Tuesday, September 18, 2007
Tom Fudge: Given the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, why would any person in San Diego, who's doing well in his profession, move to New Orleans? That's actually a good question to put to Michael Bernstein. Michael is a professor of history and economics who was a dean at UCSD.
Now he's provost at
in New Orleans. Tulane was established in the 19th century and, like all of New Orleans, it's still recovering from the flooding of Hurricane Katrina.
- Michael Bernstein , provost and senior vice president of academic affairs for Tulane University, where he's also a professor of history and economics. Michael is a former professor and former dean of arts and humanities at UCSD.