The Newcomb-Tulane College Office of Cocurricular Programs invites undergraduates to enjoy free lunch and soft drinks, hear about successful projects from recent grant recipients, and learn more about applying for a Newcomb-Tulane College grant.
The Tulane Reading Project presents a film screening of the award-winning documentary about public education in the United States.
Ellis Marsalis, regarded as the premier modern jazz pianist in New Orleans, will perform with his group and participate in an audience Q&A session following the show.
Local education leaders will discuss the pros and cons of charter schools, as well as the state of the school system in post-Katrina New Orleans in this roundtable discussion, presented in conjunction with the Tulane Reading Project.
The Jazz at the Rat concert series presents a tribute to legendary New Orleans drummer Idris Muhammad, featuring Jesse McBride and The Next Generation, performing alongside students in Tulane's Jazz Studies program.
The Jazz at the Rat concert series presents Ashlin Parker and Trumpet Mafia, performing alongside students in Tulane's Jazz Studies program.
The Tulane Reading Project presents John Merrow's documentary about the transformation of New Orleans' public school system following the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
Join the main characters of 'Hope Against Hope: Three Schools, One City, and the Struggle to Educate America's Children' for a discussion about the controversial reinvention of New Orleans schools in the aftermath of Katrina.
This informal workshop is for undergraduates who have questions about applying for a Newcomb-Tulane College grant.
The Dean's Colloquium series, which invites distinguished alumni back to campus to discuss their careers, welcomes Meria Carstarphen ‘92, the newly-appointed superintendent of Atlanta Public Schools.
The Jazz at the Rat concert series presents pianist/vocalist Davell Crawford, performing alongside students in Tulane's Jazz Studies program.
Students, parents, and alumni are invited to kick off homecoming weekend with a complimentary breakfast of homemade breads and pastries, fresh juices, and coffee, plus live music.
The Tulane Reading Project presents a screening of 'The Experiment,' a documentary about New Orleans charter schools and five children who attend them for two years after Hurricane Katrina.
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