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You're invited to the Spring 2019 Health, Racism, and Communication Seminar Series!

On Tuesday, March 26, 2019, three members of the Maternal and Child Health Coalition will speak at the third seminar in the series.  We will be joined by Kimberly Novod, Founder and Executive Director, Saul's Light Foundation, Ashley Hill, Advocacy and Outreach Coordinator, Birthmark Doula Collective and Founder, The Uptown Doula and Clare Daniel, Administrative Assistant Professor of Women's Leadership, Newcomb College Institute.

You're invited to the Spring 2019 Health, Racism, and Communication Seminar Series!

On Wednesday, March 20, 2019, Danielle L. Broussard, Research Consultant, and Maeve Wallace, Research Assistant Professor at Tulane SPH&TM's Mary Amelia Women's Center.

The event will be from 12:00pm -1:00pm and doors open at 11:45am.

You're invited to the Spring 2019 Health, Racism, and Communication Seminar Series!

On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, Nicole Deggins, founder and director of Sista Midwife Productions will speak.

The event will be from 12:00pm -1:00pm and doors open at 11:45am.

Tulane Law Professor Ann Lipton annually gathers corporate and securities scholars from around the country to explore changes in the industry following Tulane's Corporate Law Institute March 14-15. At this year's Roundtable March 16, from 8:30 to 5 p.m., more than a dozen scholars from around the country will discuss women in mergers and accquistions, the role of shareholder votes in mergers and acquisitions, mandatory shareholder disclosures and securities enforcement, among other relevant topics.

Dr. Papasian served as chair of the Department of Biomedical Sciences from 1998 to 2017. He currently serves as an Editor for mSphere, a journal published by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM), and has continuously served as an Editor or Editorial Board member for ASM journals since 1996. Dr. Papasian has received multiple teaching awards, and the UMKC-SOM established the ‘Christopher Papasian Excellence in Teaching Award’ in his honor upon his retirement in 2017.

Valuing Community Engaged Faculty Work

The next informational meeting for the GCHB 6790 Food Security & Resilience summer course in Italy will take place Tuesday, February 12th from 12-1pm in the GCHB Large Conference Room (2212) on the 22nd floor of the Tidewater building. Representatives from the Financial Aid office will be there to provide information on opportunities to utilize financial aid to cover the costs of the program. We will also be talking more about the course itself and answering questions you may have.  Lunch will be provided!

The ongoing European immigration crisis has inspired a complex literary production in French spanning from Mathias Énard, Laurent Gaudé, and Nicole Caligaris to Patrick Chamoiseau and Alice Zeniter, which reflects but also critiques the contradictory political debates and media representations surrounding it.

The Philosophy Club will hold its first meeting of the semester on Wedneday, Feb. 6 at 7pm in the Race Room in the LBC. We will be discussing the ethics of "Designer DNA". Snacks and refreshments will be served, and there will be free Philosophy Club stickers available for all in attendance!

9:30am: Light Breakfast

 

10:00am: Opening Remarks by Christopher Dunn, Professor of Spanish and Portuguese and Africana Studies, Tulane University

 

10:15am: Kris Lane, Professor and Chair of History, Tulane University

"Mining the Margins of Amazonia: The Long View"

 

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