John Klingman to lead a 6 Day "Architectural Adventures" tour in New Orleans

Discover the magnificent architecture and rich cultural heritage of New Orleans on an exclusive, five day tour with Architectural Adventures. From the famous Creole Townhouses and Cottages in the...  Read more »

Students explore the social impact of artificial intelligence

New Wave Article Mary Cross Artificial intelligence is at most people’s fingertips everyday. But we may not understand its implications and complexities. “When you speak to Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s...  Read more »

Annie Peyton, TSA 11, awarded prestigious Luce Scholarship

New Wave Article Carolyn Scofield Annie Peyton, a 2011 graduate of Tulane University, won a prestigious Luce Scholarship for 2016-2017. Peyton, who graduated with scholarly honors from Tulane’s...  Read more »

Kiel Moe Lecture

Kiel Moe is a registered practicing architect and Associate Professor of Architecture... Read more »

Small Center Awarded 2017 Excellence in Historic Preservation

The Louisiana Landmarks Society honored Small Center with the 2017 Excellence in Historic Preservation Award for their work on Façade RENEW. Façade ReNEW is a grant program for restoring historic...  Read more »

2017 APX Workshop

Alpha Rho Chi is excited to announce this year’s workshop with Ben Smith and Yasushi Ishida. Yasushi is a professor at Woodbury University in Los Angeles where he has done extensive research on...  Read more »

Otto Lyon, BSA '17, helps Tulane team wins NASA’s Big Idea Challenge for spacecraft design

Tulane team wins NASA’s Big Idea Challenge for spacecraft design New Wave Article | Keith Brannon Tulane University engineering students’ innovative idea for a flower-shaped,...  Read more »

Brad Bell: Digital Thinking + Digital Making - Prototyping, Simulation, and Materiality

Brad Bell is an Associate Professor at The University of Texas at Arlington and the Director of the Digital Architecture Research Consortium (DARC) at UT Arlington. He researches and teaches on the... Read more »

Sparking Conversation about Community-Engaged Design

The Tulane School of Architecture Graduate Government formally invites any and all interested to our annual Graduate Colloquium. This year's theme is "Sparking Conversation about Community-Engaged... Read more »

Lecture: Sara Zewde

“On Thursday, February 16th at 6 PM, AIAS and NOMAS (the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students) and NOMA (the National Organization of Minority Architects) presents Sara Zewde at... Read more »


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