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Frogs’ Bright Colors Cue Scientists to Diversity

SSE Student Honored with Highest Academic Honor

As if majoring in chemistry wasn’t enough, recent graduate Joanna Lapucha decided to receive a dual degree in French, while competing as part of Tulane’s track and field team. Lapucha made it a mission to personally challenge herself with graduate-level courses. And she did all this while maintaining the highest of cumulative grade point averages.

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Upcoming Events — Highlights

Fall 2014 Welcome at Tulane begins
with Move-In Day

Friday, August 22, 2014
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School of Science and Engineering Freshmen
Welcome – Open House for All New Incoming
Students and Families

12:15 PM – 2 PM • Saturday, August 23, 2014
Boggs Center for Energy & Biotechnology –
First Floor Lobby
All New Incoming Students and their
guests are invited to attend

SSE Weekly Seminars
Seminars will resume in the fall semester.

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Tulane Biologist Discovers New Rare Flowering Plant in the Grand Canyon

Tulane Biologist Discovers New Rare Flowering Plant in the Grand Canyon
Photo: Ryan Rivet

A research team lead by Tulane University biologist John J. Schenk has discovered a previously unknown flowering plant in a remote corner of the Grand Canyon.

“The tropics are considered a biodiversity hotspot containing many undiscovered species,” says Schenk. “However, there are many species left to be discovered even in our own backyards.”

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Neuroscience

The mission of the Neuroscience Program is to provide students with a rich educational and scientific training in multiple biomedical disciplines as they relate to the brain and the nervous system.

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School of Science and Engineering, 201 Lindy Boggs Center, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5764 sse@tulane.edu