The Center for Anatomical and Movement Sciences (CAMS) gives Tulane biomedical engineering students a unique approach to engineering education. In addition to the hands-on experience of human cadaver dissection, students are also able to view and participate in ground-breaking surgical demonstrations performed on cadavers.
School of Science and Engineering Tailgating Tent
11 AM – 2 PM • Saturday, September 6, 2014
Tulane Uptown Campus – Lavin-Bernick Center Quad
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The Entergy Chair in Clean Energy Engineering Investiture Honoring Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Professor Dan Shantz
3 PM – 5 PM • Friday, October 17, 2014
Woldenberg Art Center – Freeman Auditorium
Reception will follow in Woodward Way Breezeway
Everyone is Invited
SSE Weekly Seminars
Seminars will resume in the fall semester.
In Spring 2014, four faculty from the School of Science and Engineering participated in Tulane’s newest semester abroad program in Costa Rica: professors George Flowers and Stephen Nelson, from the Earth and Environmental Sciences department, and Thomas Sherry and Sunshine Van Bael, representing the department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology. They were joined by Ludovico Feoli, executive director of the Center for Inter-American Policy, and Colin Crawford, executive director of the Payson Center for International Development.
We are committed to excellence in teaching and research in ecology and evolutionary biology as we discover new knowledge and provide a rich learning environment.
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