|Courses with Women in Mind Fall 2016|
If you're looking for a course that examines gender, check out this list compiled by
Newcomb College Institute.
|2016 Daisy Chain Application Form|
Be a part of a Newcomb College tradition. Junior women (and sophomores who will be abroad during Spring 2017) may now apply to be part of the Daisy Chain. Daisy Chain is a part of the Under the Oaks Ceremony held on May 13, 2016 at Dixon Hall. Students are selected based on their scholastic and on-campus achievement. Daisy Chain participants are permitted to stay in campus housing until after commencement, if they currently live in campus housing. Should you be chosen to participate in Daisy Chain, you will be a part of the team that assembles the actual 'daisy chain.’ Questions? Email Sarah McAllister Basinger at email@example.com.
|Oak Wreath Application 2016|
The Oak Wreath is bestowed upon senior women who have distinguished themselves through an engaged pursuit of learning, leadership in student activities, and contribution to the Newcomb/Tulane community.
|Apply to the LeaderShape Institute|
The LeaderShape Institute is coming to Tulane from May 8 to May 13, 2016 and is looking for emerging leaders. If you are not graduating this May, please consider applying and sharing with your Newcomb organization, other organizations you are a part of, and friends looking to develop their leadership skills.
|Newcomb Big Sisters/Little Sisters|
Participate in one of the most popular Newcomb traditions! Sophomore, junior or senior Big Sisters will serve as a resource, guide, and friend for first-year Little Sisters during the transition to Tulane. The deadline to sign up for the program is July 20, 2015.
|Women to Women Mentoring Program|
The Women to Women Mentoring Program connects undergrads with other women who have paved the roads before them.
Read current and past issues of the Newcomb News, a weekly newsletter sent to all Tulane women undergraduate students with information about upcoming events and opportunities.
|Fridays at Newcomb|
This Friday afternoon lecture series provides students a chance to learn more about academic disciplines that differ from their major area of study.
|Feminist Film Series|
The Newcomb Feminst Film Series is a collaborative project intended to provide students, faculty, staff, and community members the opportunity to see female-focused films not traditionally screened in a movie theater.
NCI and the NAA have sponsored several networking events on campus and around the nation. Alumnae have met with current students to discuss professional opportunities and strategies in business, politics and medicine.
|Bulletin Board Materials for RAs|
Tulane RAs are invited to use these materials to create a bulletin board in their hall.
There are many grant opportunities for students and faculty.
|Collat Media Lab Information|
Students, faculty and staff in the media lab work with current technologies to design and create digital media projects.
Check out our internship to learn more about women focused organizations and opportunities for funding through the Newcomb College Institute.
The Newcomb Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for incoming women at Tulane who are interested in an academically enriching and shared four-year experience.