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Students

Samuel Kellum running on race track

Samuel Kellum

Samuel Kellum is a second-year student from New Orleans pursuing degrees in finance and computer science. Kellum created a program to help pharmacists fill prescriptions for patients with hemophilia and other bleeding disorders.

Kellum is also part of Tulane’s Division 1 cross-country and track teams.

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Arianne D. Sacramento seated at desk using computer

Arianne D. Sacramento

Arianne D. Sacramento is a second generation Filipino American. She is pursuing three graduate degrees and serves as the President of the Graduate and Professional Student Association. Sacramento decided to go to medical school after nearly a decade in research.  Read More

Kyla Denwood smiling and leaning against wall

Kyla Denwood

Kyla Denwood is a fourth-year student from Lombard, Illinois. She is a student intern at the Office of Undergraduate Admission, part of the Tulane University Marching Band, a member of the Club Ballroom Dance team, the Soundwave Pep Band and Phi Sigma Pi National Honor Fraternity.  Read More

 

Amelia Eldridge

Amelia Eldridge

Amelia Eldridge, a senior from California, is majoring in neuroscience. She is also a trip leader with and the manager of Campus Recreation’s Outdoor Adventures program.  Read More

Jacie Pujol

Jacie Pujol

Senior Jacie Pujol of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, is pursuing degrees in French horn performance and neuroscience. She is also one of the drum majors in the Tulane marching band.  Read More

 

“The best part about being back on campus is being surrounded by familiar (masked) faces.”
– Kyla Denwood

 

Will Kadison

Will Kadison

Will Kadison is a Maker Ninja — a student worker at Tulane’s Scot Ackerman MakerSpace.  Read More

Collin Dean

Collin Dean

Collin Dean finds opportunities to participate in university activities and services like “Wednesdays with the O” and weekly bible study.  Read More

 

Cassidy Frazier

Cassidy Frazier

Third-year public health student Cassidy Frazier works at the Reily Center and is a member of the Shockwave dance team.  Read More

Becca Lubin

Becca Lubin

Fourth-year student Becca Lubin of Winter Haven, Florida, leads the mellophone section in the Tulane University Marching Band.  Read More

 

“New Orleans always felt like home to me, so making the decision to come to Tulane was an easy one.”
– Cassidy Frazier

 

Audrey Abizaid

Audrey Abizaid

Audrey Abizaid, a second-year student from McLean, Virginia, says her professors have been helpful as she balanced in-person and online classes this semester.  Read More

Brent Daniel

Brent Daniel

Brent Daniel is a first-year student from Charlotte, North Carolina, who also has New Orleans ties.  Read More

“Being on campus has changed my entire first-year experience.”
– Brent Daniel

 

Experts

Samuel Kellum running on race track

Wendy Windsor on the Department of Campus Recreation’s mission to keep campus healthy

The Department of Campus Recreation, led by director Wendy Windsor, has stayed open with stringent COVID-19 safety protocols in place since early August. Windsor now looks forward to next fall with the expectation of “new normal” operations, taking lessons learned from the pandemic. Windsor recently has been elected president-elect of NIRSA: Leaders in Campus Recreation, a national, professional organization. Windsor holds a doctorate in education in sport management.

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Robin Forman

Robin Forman on upgrades to temporary classrooms

As Tulane prepares to begin the spring 2021 semester, Robin Forman, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, talks about improvements to the temporary classrooms installed last fall to increase the university’s capacity to hold on-ground classes in a safe, socially distanced manner during the COVID-19 crisis.  Read More

Brian Johnson

Brian Johnson on Arrival Center

Brian Johnson is the assistant vice president for Housing, Residence Life and Campus Recreation. Johnson and his campuswide volunteer team, along with Campus Health and the School of Medicine, have coordinated a new move-in experience for students that begins at the Tulane Arrival Center, located in the Hyatt Regency Hotel in downtown New Orleans. This year’s Arrival Center will open Jan. 9 – 16.  Read More

 

Scott Tims

Scott Tims on campus COVID-19 testing

As Assistant Vice President for Campus Health, Scott Tims oversees the day-to-day operation of the daily testing, contract tracing and isolation/quarantine programs that make it possible to have in-person learning on campus.  Read More

Sharon Courtney

Sharon Courtney on community testing

Sharon Courtney spoke on how Tulane’s robust COVID-19 testing program, run by the School of Medicine, serves not just the university’s faculty, staff and students, but the city as well.  Read More

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