Centennial Friday Events Photo Gallery
Friday, November 9, 2012 kicked off a weekend of events celebrating Tulane University's School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine's founding in 1912.
The day's events were both scientific and social and offered current SPHTM students the chance to network and mingle with alumni, staff, faculty, and the guest speakers at events like department open houses, a networking roundtable luncheon, and a student poster presentation.
Dean Buekens and GEHS CHair Maureen Lichtveld unveil the promotional poster for the new research center, Center for Gulf Coast Environmental Health Research, Leadership, and Strategic Initiatives.
Dr. Robert Reimers, GEHS faculty, shares a laugh with Dr. Lichtveld and an alum.
A Tropical Medicine department open house sign.
The Trop Med department gave open house visitors a lollipop with a mosquito encased in it and a chocolate covered insects!
Trop Med Chair Nirbhay Kumar visits with alumni Mauricio Sauerbray and alumni/faculty Antonio D'Allesandro.
A captive audience at a presentation.
Lining up for the excellent spread of food at the Networking ROundtable luncheon.
Participants at the community health roundtable.
The poster presentation gave 26 students the opportunity to share their research with alumni and guests.
PhD student Veronica Barcelona chats with other students. Veronica also won the drawing for the Kindle!
Joel Lamstein from John Snow, Inc. leads a student seminar: Building a Career in Public Health: What Qualities and Skills Employers Seek.
Visit our Friday Centennial Events Shutterfly album to see all the photos. If you are featured in one of the above photographs, please email Tara Brown at email@example.com so she can add your name to the caption.