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The Tulane School of Architecture generates and applies knowledge that addresses urgent challenges of humankind.


Photo of cover of Dwell Magazine featuring the home of faculty Emilie Taylor Welty.

Dwell features faculty's sustainably built home

Emilie Taylor Welty, Director of the Architecture Program and Professor of Practice, is featured on the cover and an inside spread of the March/April 2024 issue of Dwell Magazine for her innovative approach to sustainable living in New Orleans.

collage, top showing a New Orleans city map with drainage directional outflow indicated and on the bottom a sectional drawing of underground water management systems next to the Mississippi River.

Landscape Architecture and Engineering dual degree launches at Tulane

As climate change and extreme weather continue to impact communities around the world, the need for professionals skilled in the fields of landscape architecture, architecture, engineering, and planning is growing. Tulane School of Architecture launches a new degree in response.

Exterior of the federal reserve building

Faculty's research leads to federal regulations on resiliency

Jesse Keenan, Favrot II Associate Professor of Sustainable Real Estate and Urban Planning, contributed research and a policy proposal leading to new climate-related federal rules.

Headshots in a three-by-three tiled grid for Zaid Kashef Alghata, Wes Michaels, Rebecca Choi, Heather Veneziano, Verse Shom, Liz Camuti, Will Bradshaw, Adam Marcus, and Sonsoles Vela.

Nine permanent, full-time faculty join TuSA

As the Tulane School of Architecture strives to remain at the forefront of architecture and built environment education, the school welcomes its largest wave of faculty hires.

Cover of book titled "the review, how & what for"

Actar publishes The Review book

‘The ReView: How and what for,’ published by Actar, features TuSA's pedagogical project through the work of both students and faculty.

Digital square-sized poster titled "Metropolis Future100" in the middle and abstract shapes on the top, bottom left and right sides of the poster

Three students selected for Future100 list

Students Brianna Baldwin, Andreea Dan, and Ethan Lewis have been named among the top 100 graduating architecture students in the U.S. and Canada by Metropolis magazine.

Large group of students from US, UK, Caribbean walk down a narrow Caribbean street with historic buildings on either side of them and in the background

Historic Preservation students train alongside international colleagues

Tulane School of Architecture's Historic Preservation program is lead academic partner with the Commonwealth Heritage Forum for a multi-year, international research studio in the Caribbean.

Professor Margarita Jover

Professor partners with National Academies of Sciences

Professor Margarita Jover is partnering with the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine to pilot a new interdisciplinary design studio investigating challenges along the Gulf of Mexico.


Incoming graduate students Joshua McGrew (M.Arch), Jessica Triche (MSHP), and Jade Johnson (MSRED) seek to increase diversity in the professions of the built environment.

The National Professional Awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) awarded two separate honors for the analysis and planning work by Landscape Architecture faculty Wes Michaels, Associate Professor, and Liz Camuti, Assistant Professor.

Professor Jesse M. Keenan is among dozens of international experts involved in the writing and editing of a new U.N. report on the state of climate of change.

Richardson Memorial Hall is undergoing a renovation that promises to bring the school to the next level of architecture and design education.

Margarita Jover, Professor of Architecture, and Iñaki Alday, Dean of Tulane School of Architecture, recently won an international design competition through their practice.

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Dean's Message

Creative, innovative design work is key for Tulane as it seeks to lead the region and country in terms of what it means to live with water.