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Lecture: The Importance of Historical Preservation in a Post-Disaster Recovery Context: Haiti & Beyond.

Henry Robert Jolibois is a specialist in "Archictecture, Construction, Heritage Protection Arts." He is speaking as part of the Haitian Studies Association 2017 Annual Meeting, co-hosted by Tulane... Read more »

Tiffany Lin featured in Private University Products and News Professor Spotlight

Associate Professor of Architecture Tiffany Lin is profiled in Private University Products and News September edition. The in-depth article, Building People: Tulane School of Architecture, dives into...  Read more »

CANCELLED - "Reyner Banham and the Paradoxes of High Tech" - Todd Gannon, Ph.D

This event has been cancelled. Students, faculty, staff and community members are invited to a lecture by Todd Gannon, Professor and Section Head at Ohio State Knowlton School of Architecture. Gannon... Read more »

New Dean's Blog series - All School Meeting Reflections

A new Dean's Blog series, All School Meeting Reflections, shares highlights of the Fall 2017 All School Meeting as a springboard for broader reflection. In the first post , Dean Schwartz discusses...  Read more »

Summer 2017 Newsletter

The Summer 2017 newsletter is now online! This edition celebrates our donors and the opportunities their support creates while highlighting the work of students, faculty and alumni. Click here to...  Read more »

Students featured for library design proposals

Photo: Provided by Kentaro Tsubaki By Mary Cross, originally published in New Wave. View the full article here . Libraries have evolved as public spaces for learning and community engagement. Last...  Read more »

"Competitions and Collaboration" Lecture

Tulane Women in Architecture will host a lecture by Judith Kinnard, FAIA, Harvey Wadsworth Chair and Professor, titled "Competitions and Collaboration" on Wednesday, September 13 at 6 p.m. in... Read more »

When does preservation become social justice? Danielle Del Sol explores for National Trust for Historic Preservation

"The more inclusive preservation becomes, the more people can access the tools that it offers and use them to transform and uplift their own communities, whether through storytelling or neighborhood...  Read more »

Good News Memo - Summer 2017

From Dean Kenneth Schwartz: As a new academic year begins, I would like to share some of the avenues the school is pursuing to provide students with resources, skills and opportunities to thrive...  Read more »

Dean Schwartz welcomes students at Tulane Hello Wave event in Los Angeles

Dean Schwartz speaks at Hello Wave event
Dean Kenneth Schwartz addressed incoming students and their parents during a Hello Wave reception in Los Angeles this month. Roughly 150 attended the event hosted by Steven and Tracie Angarella...  Read more »

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