BACKPEDALING — During the spring semester, packs of prospective students and parents led by tour guides who have mastered the art of walking backwards are common sights on the Tulane University uptown campus. Here, sophomore Peter Jahnig, right, leads a tour during a Destination Tulane event on Thursday (April 17).
|Early Modern Faces: European Portraiture, ca. 1480-1780||4/20/2014|
|Wave of Green: Faculty-Staff Day of Service||4/21/2014|
|Team Science: Evidence-based Guidance for Practice and Policy||4/22/2014|
|artTALK at Newcomb Art Gallery||4/22/2014|
|Researching Early Modern Faces Discussion||4/22/2014|
|Career Wave: Tulane to Hollywood||4/24/2014|
|Book Signing and Presentation by Tulane Professor Carolyn Kolb||4/25/2014|
|Spring 2014 Cram Jam||4/30/2014|
Tuesday, April 22, noon
Holly J. Falk-Krzesinski, vice president for global academic and research relations for Elsevier, will speak about team science initiatives for funding opportunities. In this free presentation, Falk-Krzesinski will review highlights of a collection of evidence-based information to guide team science practice and policy. She is focused on strategic initiatives and stakeholder needs at research institutions and federal funding agencies. A reception in Woodward Way follows the presentation. This event, which is open to the public, is hosted by the Mary Amelia Douglas-Whited Community Women’s Health Education Center as well as The D. W. Mitchell Lecture Series and the Provost’s Faculty Seminars in Interdisciplinary Research.
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