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International Programs Info Session

Location: uptown campus
Building:Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC), 203


 Come and learn about Summer 2017 opportunities to participate in service-learning programs in St. Martin and India!



For more information contact Alexa Schwartz

 


 

International Programs Information Session

Location: Uptown Campus
LBC (Stibbs 203)


Come and learn about Summer 2018 opportunities to participate in service-learning programs in St. Martin and India!

What does it mean to engage internationally? What are the benefits of global learning? Hear what these programs offer to foster community engagement, personal growth, and the acquisition of knowledge beyond the classroom.


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First Do No Self- Harm: Working with Communities Traumatized by Disaster with Dr. Charles Figley

Location: Uptown Campus
Josephine Louise Ballroom, Josephine Louise House


Natural disasters and acts of terrorism leave not only physical damage but also leave communities traumatized.  As the Tulane community begins to work with recovery efforts in these areas, we must first to educate ourselves about mental health and the stresses that come from working with traumatized communities. Distinguished Professor Charles Figley will provide an informal overview of how to retain your mental health while trying to help others.


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Dialogues on Difference: Systemic Oppression

Location: Uptown Campus
Lavin-Bernick Center, Qatar Ballroom Room (2nd Floor)


This workshop is an introduction to the concept of oppression and the common ways in which oppression manifests across various axes, including race, class, gender, sexuality, ability status, age, religion and more. 

What is oppression?

"Conscious and unconscious attitudes and behaviors directed towards a subordinate group coupled with the power and privilege of the advantaged group and manifested at individual, cultural, and institutional levels."


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Intern Tulane

Location: Uptown Campus
LBC 213 Kendall Cram Lecture Hall


Tulane can help you find, fund, or earn credit for Internships!

If you are looking for an internship this spring or next year, this is the information session you need to attend. Hear brief presentations from NCI, CPS, NTC, Hire Tulane, Taylor, and more about internship resources that will help you find, fund, or earn credit for your next internship.

RSVP HERE


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Intern Tulane

Location: uptown campus
Building:Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC), 213


Tulane can help you find, fund, or earn credit for Internships!

If you are looking for an internship this spring or next year, this is the information session you need to attend. Hear brief presentations from NCI, CELT, CPS, NTC, Hire Tulane, Taylor, and more about internship resources that will help you find, fund, or earn credit for your next internship.

 



For more information contact Alexa Schwartz by phone at 504-862-3355

 


 

Public Service Internship Fair

Location: uptown campus
Building:Lavin-Bernick Center (LBC)


 Meet Community Partners and Find an Internship!



For more information contact Alexa Schwartz

 


 

Public Service Internship Fair

Location: Uptown Campus
LBC (Qatar Ballroom)


Meet Community Partners and Find an Internship!

Public service internships are a great way to fulfill the 2nd tier of the graduation requirement, earn elective credit hours, get involved in the New Orleans community, and gain professional experience.

 

Come and meet representatives from over 100 local organizations looking to find interns from all academic fields for Spring 2018. Bring a resume. 

Professional attire required!

 


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How can fighting climate change foster sustainability in your field?

Location: Uptown Campus
Qatar


Panel discussion focusing on the intersections between sustainability and politics, science, public health and activism.


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Dialogues on Difference: Intersectionality

Location: Uptown Campus
Lavin-Bernick Center, Qatar Ballroom Room (2nd Floor)


This workshop is intended to help participants explore the concept of intersectionality and the ways in which their own intersecting social group identities shape their experiences in relation to power, privilege and oppression. 

What is Intersectionality?


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