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A $1 million donation from the Fogelman family helped launch a new real estate certificate program for undergraduate business school students. The program requires four classes.

Business school launches real estate certificate program

Olivia Warren, Associate News Editor 1 day ago

The A.B. Freeman School of Business launched a new real estate certificate program for undergraduates. The program was launched by a $1 million donation from Tulane alumnus and supporters Mark and...

NFTs are like art, but nice and fratty.

FULLABALOO | Tulane Business School NFT Gallery review

Miss Thing 1, Beta Boy Eater April 13, 2022

This article is entirely satire. All information and interviews below are fictional and for entertainment purposes only. In a new exhibit in the A. B. Freeman Business School, students have put...

OPINION | Do not default to business school

OPINION | Do not default to business school

Bobby Becker, Associate Views Editor February 2, 2022

The Freeman School of Business enrolls 25% of undergraduate students, and for good reasons: it offers built-in career support, excellent leadership and Tulane University’s sexiest building.  Once...


Tulane alumnus and former Saints safety Steve Gleason receives Congressional Gold Medal

Gabby Abrams, News Associate January 23, 2020

Tulane University alumnus and former New Orleans Saints safety Steve Gleason earned the Congressional Gold Medal in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 15. Gleason was granted the medal for his work for people living...

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Tulane graduate students win $50,000 at the New Orleans Entrepreneurship Week pitch competition

Ezra Weber, Staff Reporter April 24, 2019

On March 29, two Tulane graduate students made waves at the New Orleans Entrepreneurship Week pitch competition presented by JPMorgan Chase & Co., the A. B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane...

Christine Smith, a professor of practice in the accounting department, poses in the Goldring/Woldenberg Business Complex.

Credit where credit is due: Accounting professor Christine Smith provides students with the right assets to succeed

Taylor DeMulling, Senior Staff Reporter September 21, 2018

Sitting in Christine Smith’s class is like watching a movie in 3D — active, engaging and, at times, overwhelming. Where other classrooms may ascribe to — or even rely on — a sense of static in...

Ferguson delivered Tulanes 2017 R. W. Freeman Distinguished Lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 8, to address economic trends.

TIAA CEO addresses students on changing economic trends

Cam Lutz , Senior Staff Reporter November 16, 2017

Today's changing economic and demographic spheres are not only affecting businesses, but also students, according to Roger W. Ferguson Jr., president and CEO of Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association....

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