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Navigating Academic Life: Research Opportunities and How to Get Them

Location: Uptown Campus
Weatherhead Lobby


Weatherhead and the Honors Program presents: 

Navigating Academic Life: Research Opportunities and How to Get Them

If you are interested in doing research either on campus, or outside of Tulane, this program is perfect for you! In this program, we will have a panel of Tulane faculty members and students to provide you with insights on what it means to "do research". You will get a chance to listen to their experience and their tips on getting/funding the research positions that you want. Additionally, you will get an opportunity to ask our panel any question that you may have regarding research. On this panel, we will have the following people:

Dr. Michael J. Moore (Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering)

Emily Gatehouse (Senior Program Coordinator of CELT)

Jeong min Oh (Student in Biomedical Engineering)

Hannah Kent (Student in Classical Studies) 

Cameron Leahy (Student in Political Science)

Dr. Charlotte Maheu Vail (Director of the Honors Program)

Please join us for this program on November 14th (Tues) at 6 PM in Weatherhead Lobby. Dinner will be served by Pyramids Cafe. 

See you then!



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