In a presentation at the Freeman School in June, Frank Molloy, clinical nurse specialist and educator with the Novick Cardiac Alliance, told MD/MBA students that the organization’s biggest challenges aren’t necessarily medical.
The Emeritus Club of Tulane University has honored Stanley Motta (BBA ’67), chairman of Copa Holdings, the parent company of Copa Airlines, with its Lifetime Achievement of the Emeritus Class Award for the Class of 1967.
Over the course of two days and two pomp-and-circumstance-filled ceremonies, Tulane University's A. B. Freeman School of Business awarded more than 700 diplomas to graduates during its 2017 commencement exercises.
On May 16, the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University co-hosted the Latin American Business Forum, a daylong conference highlighting emerging business opportunities for U.S. firms in Latin America.
Tulane University-based startup Instapath Bioptics topped more than 5,000 entrants from around the world to win first place and the grand prize of $30,000 in the International Business Model Competition. CMDX Biopsy, another Tulane-based team, also made the finals of the competition.
Marshall Wadleigh’s story of accomplishment is a testament that hard work breeds success. The Tulane University senior from Pearl River, Louisiana, maintained a 4.0 grade point average as a walk-on member of the Tulane football program, and was awarded a scholarship by head coach Willie Fritz ahead of his senior year.
C. Jackson "Jack" Grayson Jr., former dean of the A. B. Freeman School of Business, died on May 4 at his home in Houston. He was 93. Grayson was executive chairman of the American Productivity & Quality Center (APQC), an organization he founded in 1977 to spread the adoption of successful business practices and processes.
Freeman students Jodi Gottlieb, Audrey Preston, Brooke Satterfield and Cara Williamson took home first place honors in the second annual Aaron Selber Jr. Course in Alternative Investments Distressed Debt Investment Pitch Competition.
Zachary Engel (BSM ’10), chef de cuisine at Shaya Restaurant in New Orleans, won the James Beard Award for Rising Star Chef of the Year on Monday (May 1) at the Beard Foundation’s 2017 Awards Gala in Chicago.
A team of students from Johns Hopkins University with a device to improve the treatment of a potentially blinding infant eye disease won first place and the top prize of $25,000 in the 2017 Tulane Business Model Competition.