The Newcomb College Institute provides academic and co-curricular programs designed to enhance the education of undergraduate women at Tulane University.
The Newcomb Grant Program recognizes the co-curricular as a vital extension of the curricular, values interdisciplinary and cross-unit collaboration, and funds the production of new knowledge and research by faculty and students and the integration of this research into the undergraduate curriculum in all fields.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Newcomb Fellows program?
The Newcomb Fellows is a voluntary association of faculty from all undergraduate colleges of Tulane University. A Newcomb Fellow supports the higher education of women and participates in activities of the Newcomb College Institute that foster faculty-student interaction and research. The Newcomb Fellows program was established by a resolution of the Tulane Board of Administrators in November of 1987. The Newcomb College Institute administers the Newcomb Fellows program.
Who can become a Newcomb Fellow?
A faculty member (full-time, visiting, post-doc or professor of practice) who teaches undergraduates at Tulane University can apply to become a Newcomb Fellow.
Who can apply for a Newcomb Fellows grant?
Faculty members who are Newcomb Fellows may apply for faculty grants. Undergraduate and 4 +1 female students who are enrolled full time at Newcomb-Tulane College may apply for student grants.
How do I become a Newcomb Fellow?
To apply to become a Newcomb Fellow, download and fill out this application.
Who can I contact for more information?
For more information, send an email to email@example.com.