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Organized by Tulane's Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, this year's New Graduate Student Online Orientation will be held within Canvas. The orientation will consist of online modules that can be completed at any time before the start of classes. 

The program is designed to orient new Master's and PhD students on the contacts, offices, and resources on campus that will help them make their time as a graduate student at Tulane successful.

Orientation Details

Braid and Flow is a bimonthly convening that explore themes that stretch across scales and disciplines, such as food and food systems, racialized violence, and technology and intimacy.

Welcome to the Braid and Flow series. To join, please sign up here: shorturl.at/gnsQW

For now, these meetings will be online. The series kicks off at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 18, with a brief introduction to Braid and Flow and this month's topic of food before we break into three separate guided conversations exploring these aspects of food and food systems: 1) Access & Distribution, 2) Health & Nutrition, and 3) Ecology & Gardening.

Tulane professor Michael Luke's Creative Journalism course partners Tulane students with local high school Morris Jeff in the publication of Krewe; an online and hard copy magazine that contains under-represented stories from New Orleans. Students are involved in every aspect of the publication, from the research, interviewing and writing process to the art selection and binding. This course is sponsored by the New Orleans Center for the Gulf South.

This event is free and open to the public and available on ZOOM.

Tulane School of Architecture's Spring 2020 Final Reviews are the culmination of graduate and undergraduate student work for the past year. Join us for one of the most exciting parts: Thesis Reviews.

To watch, click on the YouTube Live channel below.

Graduate Thesis:

  • May 5 & 6, 9am-12pm & 2-5pm (Central Time), Channel 1

Undergraduate Thesis:

Joint DR/IR Match Panel

Interested in gaining more clarity and direction on potential career paths and designing a meaningful life after graduate school?  Register for Taylor Your Life for graduate and professional students! Based on the popular undergraduate course, this 5-week course in Mar/Apr is designed for graduate students interested in designing a career with social or environmental impact.

 

The Tulane University Center for Archaeology presents an archaeology brownbag lunch talk.

 

[CANCELLED AS OF 3/12/2020]

 

"Working on an Old Excavation and Its Fragmented Records: The Case of the House of the Frescoes at Knossos"

Emilia Oddo, Assistant Professor, Department of Classical Studies, Tulane University

Friday, 3/13/2020, 12:00PM, Dinwiddie Hall Room 305

 

Lecture hosted and organized by the New Orleans Hispanic Heritage Foundation and Tulane's Middle American Research Institute. The lecture will serve as an inauguration presentation to the 17th Tulane Maya Symposium and will celebrate collaborations between New Orleans and Latin American institutions.

Trita Parsi is the 2010 recipient of the $200,000 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order. He is an award-winning author with a focus on US foreign policy in the Middle East. His first book, Treacherous Alliance - The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran and the US (Yale University Press, 2007) won the Grawemeyer award and

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