David Banush, Tulane University’s Dean of Libraries and Academic Information Resources, has received membership into the Grolier Club, the oldest and most prestigious bibliophilic society in America. (Photo by Paula Burch-Celentano)

Tulane University Dean David Banush named to prestigious Grolier Club

David Banush, the dean of libraries and academic information resources at Tulane University, has been elected to membership in the Grolier Club, the oldest and most prestigious bibliophilic society in America. 

Founded in 1884, the Grolier Club is the oldest bibliophilic society in the United States. Based in New York City, the club consists of nearly 800 American, British, European and… (read more)

TUL National Poetry Month logo and screenshots of participants

Connect with Tulane libraries by celebrating National Poetry Month

Tulane University Libraries are celebrating National Poetry Month this April by inviting anyone from the Tulane community—students, faculty, staff and alumni— to submit their favorite short poems from any period, in any style and any language.

To participate, please provide your name, affiliation, the poem you want to share, some information about it, even a short video of yourself… (read more)

Dr. Lina Moses is charged with distributing impactful COVID-19 scientific information to the World Health Organization and has enlisted the services of Elaine Hicks from Tulane’s Matas Library of the Health Sciences to help curate the information.

Tulane University librarians help provide critical information to WHO teams

Tulane University faculty member Dr. Lina Moses, a seasoned epidemiologist and disease ecologist in the Tulane School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, was deployed to Geneva where she worked on the COVID-19 response over the past two months. Receiving daily publication reports, Moses is charged with rapidly distributing the most impactful scientific information to the … (read more)