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The Office of Academic Affairs and Provost is hosting two town halls for faculty, students, and staff to learn more about Tulane's upcoming decennial reaccreditation process with our regional accreditor, SACSCOC (the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges).

The Office of Academic Affairs and Provost is hosting two town halls for faculty, students, and staff to learn more about Tulane's upcoming decennial reaccreditation process with our regional accreditor, SACSCOC (the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges).

Pivot 2020: Designing a world of many centers— What does a world of many centers look like? How might we get there?

The Phyllis M. Taylor Center for Social Innovation and Design Thinking (Taylor) at Tulane University  together with the The Pluriversal Design Special Interest Group of the Design Research Society (DRS) invite you to join us in jointly reimagining a world of many centers.

We are co-hosting a mini-conference and writing retreat in June 4-6, 2020 in New Orleans to encourage conversations around shifting centers, methods, epistemologies and ontologies.  

The Taylor Student Showcase is a dynamic event to celebrate the CI Social Venture Accelerator graduates and Taylor award winners for 2019-2020. During the event, we will have simultaneous presentations from CI graduates and you will have a chance to “choose your own adventure” and hear from select projects that interest you. Dinner will be served.

Parking is free on Tulane's campus after 5 PM. 

Founded in 2000, the annual Tulane Engineering Forum is presented by the engineering alumni of Tulane University and the Tulane School of Science and Engineering. Over 500 professionals are expected to attend, representing over 200 companies.

Stop in the Tulane Bookstore during Homecoming/Family Weekend and meet Tulane Newcomb Alumna and author, Ellen Byron, when she signs the 5th installment of her Cajun Country Mystery series, FATAL CAJUN FESTIVAL! 

Saturday September 21, 2019, 9:30-4:30, at the Woldenberg Art Center at Tulane. The 10th Annual Salon de Jeanne d'Arc is a free conference sponsored by Tulane Medieval and Early Modern Studies and the Krewe de Jeanne d'Arc.

This year's keynote presentation will go at 10:30 and will be on Popular Medievalism. It will be given by Tulane Professor of English and Director of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Adam McKeown. Panel discussion and lunch to follow.

Everyone is invited to tour various SSE research laboratories.  The tours will begin in the Lindy Boggs Bldg. first floor lobby where students will be available to escort guests to the labs. 

Please take a minute on Wednesday August 21st to check out what the Tulane Living Well Clinic located downtown has to offer.  A few representatives from the clinic will be available from 9:00am-1:00pm 1555 Poydras in the Bowers Auditorium.

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