Tulane Highlights Social Entrepreneurs, NOEW, and FIRST Robotics Competition

Social Entrepreneurship Takes Center Stage

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Tulane Alums Score Big at New Orleans Entrepreneur Week

Ventures with strong connections to Tulane University and the A. B. Freeman School of Business were big winners in last week’s 2012 New Orleans Entrepreneur Week, an event highlighting the city’s thriving startup community. Companies founded by Tulane staff, students or alumni won three of the five major contests, each winning a $50,000 cash prize, while many more participated as contestants throughout the week. [Read More]

Former Tulane Basketball Player Proves To Be Challenge For FIRST Robotics Competitors

Johnny Arthurs, a former Green Wave player whose basketball jersey (#31) was retired in 1993, joined the FIRST Robotics Bayou Regional on March 16 to test his skill against robots designed by high school students as part of the FIRST Robotics program supported by the Tulane School of Science and Engineering. Arthurs won. [Read More]