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Are you currently working on or planning to work on a literature search such as a systematic review, literature review, meta-analysis or scoping review? Do you have methodological questions, need ideas on how to organize the content, or would simply enjoy company while conducting these complicated searches?

We invite all individuals at different stages of their literature search process to join in on this open literature review sit-in.

Itching for a challenge when she turned 60, Jane Bertrand set out to reach the highest point of each state. Her strategic mistake was to start with the easiest ones, leaving the most strenuous for the end of this decade-long quest. She recruited over 50 family members, colleagues, and childhood friends to join her in making this the experience of a lifetime. Join the Tulane Bookstore when Jane signs her latest publication You Started WHAT after 60? Highpointing across America. 

American filmmaker Ken Burns will be coming to Tulane’s campus on Friday, March 29, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. in the Kendall Cram Ballroom in Tulane’s LBC. The event will be moderated by Tulane professor of history Walter Isaacson, and they will have a conversation about the people and events that molded our history, as well as watch a retrospect from Burns’s groundbreaking historical documentaries. 

 

Stop in the Tulane Bookstore, and get a slice of Nola and Tulane history. Meet and greet with Tulane's own, Ann Case and local writer and historian, Edward Branley! Check out the history of Tulane University in Ann Case's, pictorial Tulane University: A Campus History Series. Or take look into the rich cultural history of old New Orleans with Edward Branley's, New Orleans: The Canal Street Car Line and New Orleans Jazz. 

Tulane Connect Mentor Match Week: Join Today!

 

Are you looking for a mentor this semester? Curious about what the day to day looks like for someone in your dream career? Tulane's Office of Alumni Relations is offering exclusive access to a robust network of nearly 10,000 Tulane alumni who are eager and willing to meet you and share their wisdom and advice about life beyond Tulane. You are invited to participate in the first annual Tulane Connect Mentor Match Week: February 25-March 1.

 

The Jewish Studies Department is hosting its annual Israeli conference entitled "Globalization and Culture in Israel".  Several guest speakers include: Nir Baram, Rabbi Dr. Haim Rechnitzer, Dr. Yael Halevi-Wise, Dr. Neta Stahl, Dr. Jack Kugelmass, Dr. Tamir Sorek, Dr. Abigail Gillman, and Dr. Eric Zakim.

On February 1, Rare Books will offer the chance to see Tulane's three volumes of Audubon's Birds of America, on display in Room 603. Turn the pages and learn more about the printing feats that made these double elephant folios possible. Rare Books librarians will be on hand to discuss the books' historical background and cultural significance and to provide more information about Tulane's Rare Book collection. Open to all.

The Middle American Research Institute invites you to join us February 14-17, 2019, at Tulane University and the New Orleans Museum of Art to learn of the recent developments in Maya studies as they relate to the broader topic of collapse. Our great line-up of speakers and workshops will address the issue of political decline over the span of ancient Maya prehistory! These researchers will help us address the topic in a multi-disciplinary fashion and bring attention to recent research in the region.

Join the Center for Global Education from 2-4 PM in the LBC for cookies, coffee, international snacks, and a chance to meet and mingle with international students, returned study abroad students, and other members of the global community at Tulane. Welcome!

Orgsync Event

Join the Center for Global Education from 2-4 PM in the LBC for cookies, coffee, international snacks, and a chance to meet and mingle with international students, returned study abroad students, and other members of the global community at Tulane. Welcome!

Orgsync Event

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