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SoPA transfer studennt orientation. For information on how to attend, please contact gina@tulane.edu.

First time freshmen student orientation - session 2. For information on how to attend, please contact gina@tulane.edu.

First time freshmen orientation - session 1. For information on how to attend, please contact gina@tulane.edu.

 Last Day to Confirm Registration for SoPA Students. View the full academic calendar here.

Classes begin August 19, 2020. View the full academic calendar here.

The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South and A Studio in the Woods recently announced a virtual discussion of the book, Life of a Klansman: A Family History in White Supremacy, by National Book Award winner Edward Ball.

This month's Braid & Flow topic is RECKONING. A bill, an account, a settlement. How do we hold ourselves and others accountable? How do we form the language to call out oppressive institutions and call in the individuals at the helm? July’s Braid and Flow: Reckoning will look into our practices with regards to Climate, Money, and Cultural Institutions. Through this conversation, we hope to come to restorative and healthy solutions to this period of reckoning.

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.

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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.

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