Brenan Keller delights in playing the role of guinea pig. As one of a handful of Tulane University students who are in the School of Science and Engineering’s fledgling coordinate computer science major, he can’t think of a better, more practical way to prepare for his future.
School of Science and Engineering Tailgating Tent
11 AM – 2 PM • Saturday, September 6, 2014
Tulane Uptown Campus – Lavin-Bernick Center Quad
Tulane Football is coming back to campus –
come out and join the celebration!!
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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.
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.”
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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