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Facts and Figures 2010-2011


The Tulane University School of Science and Engineering combines the very best of a top tier research university with a strong commitment to high quality undergraduate education. Our faculty, who conduct research at the forefront of their disciplines, offer outstanding degree programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels in the areas of behavioral science, biological science and engineering, chemical science and engineering, earth and ecological science, mathematics and computational science, and physical science and engineering. DEGREES The School of Science and Engineering offers 15 undergraduate degree programs, and at the graduate level, 12 master programs and 11 doctoral programs.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

Graduate Degree Programs

Biological Chemistry Biomedical Engineering Cell & Molecular Biology Chemical Engineering Chemistry Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Engineering Physics Environmental Biology Environmental Science Geology Mathematics Neuroscience Physics Psychology

Biomedical Engineering Cell & Molecular Biology Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Chemistry Computational Science* Earth & Environmental Science Ecology & Evolutionary Biology Environmental Biology* Environmental Science* Geology* Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Mathematics Neuroscience Physics Psychology Statistics* *DENOTES MASTER DEGREES ONLY

FACULTY The School of Science and Engineering currently has a team of 57 professors, 31 associate professors, 28 assistant professors, 27 professors of practice and 14 research professors.

The School of Science and Engineering is supported by 12 endowed chair positions, 6 professorships and 6 early career professorships.

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STUDENTS Currently, the School of Science and Engineering has 1640 full-time undergraduates, 92 master students, and 292 doctoral students.

Last year nearly 200 undergraduate students participated on projects linked to sponsored research in the School of Science and Engineering. Our students benefit from 64 endowed scholarship and fellowship funds explicitly targeted to science and engineering students. SSE’s Undergraduate Enrollment

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SSE’s Sponsored Research

The faculty of the School of Science and Engineering attracts approximately $20 million dollars in sponsored research and generates over 200 articles in archival journals annually.

The School of Science and Engineering generates millions in research dollars for the University, champions undergraduate education, and successfully graduates the largest number of doctoral students at Tulane.

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FACILITIES The following facilities comprise the campus of the School of Science and Engineering: Percival Stern Hall Lindy Boggs Center for Energy & Biotechnology Israel Environmental Sciences Building Stanley Thomas Hall Walter Blessey Hall Francis Taylor Laboratory Science and Engineering Lab Complex Science and Engineering Facilities Psychology Labs at University Square CAMS – within the Reily Center Complex

The faculty of the School of Science and Engineering are affiliated with the following Tulane University research centers: CANCER CENTER - devoted to enhance teaching, research and patient care at Tulane, to foster scientific discovery and to translate research advances into clinical cancer care, and to improve cancer prevention and early detection.

CENTER FOR AGING - dedicated to the strengthening of training and service in the areas of geriatric medicine and gerontology in

cooperation with the Section of General Internal Medicine and Geriatrics in the Department of Medicine and the School of Social Work, respectively. Our educational activities reach beyond the university and into the community.

CENTER FOR COMPUTATIONAL SCIENCE (CCS) - is the first Center established in the Gulf region to focus on computational science research projects across many disciplines. The Center provides an infrastructure for investigators interested in computational science to exchange ideas, produce research and establish new collaborations.

CENTER FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASES - a matrix center within Tulane University, not geographically bound to a single floor or building, but with membership from almost every school and every campus across Tulane University. Long-term goals are to promote infectious disease research throughout the university, establish mentoring programs for junior faculty, facilitate the submission of program project and training grants, and increase infectious disease funding at Tulane University.

CENTER FOR POLYMER REACTION MONITORING AND CHARACTERIZATION (POLYRMC) - one of the world’s premier centers for research and development in polymerization reaction monitoring, it is involved in comprehensive monitoring of polymerization reactions, accelerating the creation of new materials, and promoting full-scale reactor control.

CENTER FOR STEM CELL RESEARCH AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE - devoted to developing new therapies for a series of common diseases including osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, Parkinsonism, spinal cord injury, stroke, diabetes and Alzheimer’s disease.

NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CLIMATE CHANGE RESEARCH (NICCR) COASTAL CENTER - devoted to mobilizing university

researchers, from all regions of the country, in support of climatic change research objectives to reduce scientific uncertainty about the response of coastal ecosystems to changes in climate and sea levels.

TULANE–XAVIER CENTER FOR BIOENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH (CBR) - conducts coordinated interdisciplinary research to

enhance global understanding of environmental issues, provide solutions through new applications and inform policy and practices. Sample programs include the UrbanEco Initiative, Human and Ecological Health: From Bedside to Bayou, and an Environmental Learning program aimed at enhancing environmental literacy in diverse communities.

School of Science and Engineering 201 Lindy Boggs Center • New Orleans, LA 70118 • 504.865.5764 • http://sse.Tulane.edu For more information please contact: Kat Engleman, Senior Director of Development, at Kenglema@tulane.edu or 504.919.0011.

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