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Grant Showcase Luncheon: International Experiences

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


Celebrate International Education Week by hearing from students who received Newcomb-Tulane College funding for international projects, research, and experiential learning. Information on how to apply for funding will be provided, and lunch will be served. RSVP at bit.ly/iew-grantlunch2017.


Please RSVP via the web at http://bit.ly/iew-grantlunch2017 or
For more information contact Melissa A. Weber by phone at 504-314-2829

 


 

Fridays at Newcomb

Location: uptown campus
Building:Caroline Richardson Building


Last Call is a multiracial collective of queer artists, activists, and archivists. Drawn together by the closing of the last remaining dyke bar, Last Call creates innovative, multi-platform performances, events, and digital media that document and interpret neglected queer history, creating connections between those who lived this history and those who have much at stake if it is forgotten. Last Call was founded by Rachel Lee, Sara Pic, and Bonnie Gabel. Last Call is co-directed by indee mitchell and Bonnie Gabel. 



For more information contact Lauren Wethers

 


 

"Town, Country, and Natural Environment in Beatrix Potter's Imaginative World"

Building:Woldenberg Art Center


 On Friday, October 20th, a scholar of 19th- and 20th-century British literature and the histories of science, gender, and sexuality, Professor Judith Page (University of Florida), will deliver a campus-wide talk, "Town, Country, and Natural Environment in Beatrix Potter's Imaginative World."  In this lecture, Page will present a chapter from her current book project focusing on Beatrix Potter, best known as the author of the Peter Rabbit tales, first published at the beginning of the twentieth century.



For more information contact Melissa Bailes
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Dissemination and Implementation Research: Challenges and Opportunities

Location: downtown campus
Building:1440 Canal Street, 1210


Tulane University Translational Science Institute Grand Rounds

Dissemination and Implementation Research: Challenges and Opportunities

presented by

Maria E. Fernandez, PhD
Professor of Health Promotion and Behavioral Sciences
Director, Center for Health Promotion and Prevention Research
University of Texas School of Public Health

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 12:00 PM
Tidewater Room 1210
Lunch will be served at 11:30 AM



For more information contact Katherine by phone at 504-988-3079

 


 

Getting the Most Out of APHA 2017

Location: downtown campus
Building:1440 Canal Street, 1206


Get the most out of your American Public Health Association conference attendance. The conference has a lot to offer.  Learn about what is available at the conference and how to see speakers and posters most important to your work.



For more information contact John Marmion by phone at 504-988-2090
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Networking Tips for Everybody- Expand your Contacts at APHA and Beyond

Location: downtown campus
Building:1440 Canal Street, 1206


Come learn why networking is important for your career.  You will learn how to network at the American Public Health Association conference and beyond, how to meet people and what kind of contacts you want to meet.



For more information contact John Marmion by phone at 504-988-2090
Tickets are Not required

 


 

Refugee Speakers Series

Location: uptown campus
Building:Rogers Memorial Chapel


 This is the second event in the Refugee Speakers Series, a three-part series that will run in Fall 2017.



For more information contact Sarah Cramsey by phone at 504.862.3077

 


 

Louisiana Sexual Assault Student Activist Conference

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


This student-run conference provides a venue for sexual assault activists from across Louisiana to gather to learn from local and national experts and to share their experiences about sexual assault activism on their college campuses.



For more information contact Laura Wolford

 


 

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

 


 

Refugee Speakers Series

Location: uptown campus
Building:Rogers Memorial Chapel


 This is the capstone event in the three-part Refugee Speakers Series. Dr. Pearlman recently published a book based on her interviews with hundreds of Syrian Refugees.



For more information contact Sarah Cramsey by phone at 504.862.3077
Tickets are Not required

 


 

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