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Live Well: One Wave 1.0

Location: Uptown Campus
LBC 210 McKeever


One Wave 1.0 is a overview workshop aimed to introduce students to the One Wave Bystander Intervention Program.  In this condensed training you will learn how to recognize potential moments of harm, effective strategies to use to help you intervene when something gets your gut, and how to proactively play a role in sexual assault prevention.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

For questions about the Live Well workshop series, please e-mail whp@tulane.edu.

 


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Ross University Vet Admissions Presentation

Location: Uptown Campus
Boggs 105


A representative from the admissions department of the Ross University Veterinary School will be coming to talk about their program and how to apply!


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T1 Dean's Hour- Admissions Process

Location: Uptown Campus
1430 Tulane Ave, Hutch Auditorium


T1 Dean’s Hour

Tuesday, October 10

 


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NCI Grants, Internships, and Experiential Learning Information Session

Location: Uptown Campus
7025 Freret St, Wisdom Dining Room


Come to an NCI Information Session to learn more about the NCI summer internship grant, research grants, PLEN and Feminist Camp grants, and the NCI Women to Women Mentoring Program. The sessions are at the NCI House (7025 Freret). 


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Slave Trail of Tears: The Forgotten Journey of a Million

Location: Uptown Campus
Freeman Auditorium, Woldenberg Art Center, Tulane University Uptown Campus


A Studio in the Woods and the New Orleans Center for the Gulf (Nola Gulf South) welcome you to Slave Trail of Tears: The Forgotten Journey of a Million. Edward Ball tells the story of a migration twice as large as the wagon train journey that would carry half a million whites west, a movement twenty times bigger than the Native American “Trail of Tears” that led into Oklahoma.


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USG 20th Senate, 5th Session

Location: Uptown Campus
Jones 102


The general meeting for the representatives of the student body. All students are welcome to join! Legislation for projects will be presented for discussion and potential voting. If you have questions about getting involved with USG, USG Senate, or USG policy, please contact usg@tulane.edu. Roll Wave!


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Sober Event Monitor Training

Location: Uptown Campus
LBC 203-Stibbs


Hosting social events with alcohol is a privilege granted to student organizations by Tulane University. The Alcohol Policy requires student organizations that wish to host events with alcohol to have Sober Event Monitors in place during their event. The Sober Event Monitor training helps students make sound choices when faced with difficult decisions about alcohol use. The training is an interactive, discussion-based program facilitated by a trained Sober Event Monitor facilitator.

Sober Event Monitor Eligibility


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Fall Break

Location: Uptown Campus
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Teach English Abroad Information Session!

Location: Uptown Campus
Newcomb 119


Come to an information on Teaching English as a Second Language. ESL Staff Member Megan Ritterbusch will go over information on how to get TESOL certification and opportunities to find work teaching English, both in the US and abroad!


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Intercultural Art Showcase

Location: Uptown Campus
City Diner


A celebration of cross-cultural exchanges and international diversity through art and performance. 


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