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Organized by Tulane's Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies, the 3MT is an academic competition that challenges PhD students to describe their research within three minutes to a general audience. 3MT celebrates the discoveries made by research students and encourages their skill in communicating the importance of research to the broader community. Community members, as well as all Tulane faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend this event. A reception will follow the competition.

 Please join us for our informational session to learn about the Mandel Palagye Middle East Peace Program. The five-week program begins on Tulane campus and then travels to Israel to studt the Arab Israeli conflict. The entire program is FREE for the 15 students selected.

 Please join us for our  informational session to learn about the Mandel Palagye Middle East Program.  The five week-program begins on Tulane campus and then travels to Israel to study the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Entire program is FREE for the 15 students selected.

The 2019 cohort of the Mandel-Palagye Summer Program for Middle East Peace spent five weeks studying the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. For three weeks they were based at Hebrew University in Jerusalem learning about a wide range of issues related to the conflict. A central focus was the city of Jerusalem itself: it's importance in the larger conflict as well as the daily lives of people living in and around the city.

Students worked on individual research projects, ranging from the role bilingual schools can have in peace efforts to security measures to protect holy sites.

Meet admission staff from Public Health programs across the globe.

For more information visit: https://thisispublichealth.org/event/this-is-public-health-grad-fair-new-orleans-la/


Tulane School of Liberal Arts & Newcomb Art Department present a lecture by Dr. Renana Bartal,  Senior Lecturer, Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts, the Art History Department, Tel Aviv University, "Relics of Place: Stone Fragments of the Holy Sepulchre in Eleventh-Century France," Friday, October 25, at 6 pm in Stone Auditorium, room 210 Woldenberg Art Center.

This lecture is supported by the Center for Scholars, Medieval and Early Modern Studies, and CELT (Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching).


Join us for our first meeting of the semester! We will be discussing our plans for the upcoming year, followed by a discussion of ethical issues in medicine. There will be delicious snacks and free Philosophy Club pins for those in attendance!

This two-day event will showcase the diversity of health sciences research at Tulane and will feature presentations by students, faculty and staff university-wide. Poster presentations will be displayed for review from 9am-4pm each day at the J. Bennett Johnston Building on the downtown campus, and a series of prizes will be awarded by Deans and Center Directors for outstanding presentations.

New Orleans Center for the Gulf South would like to invite you to Coastal New Orleans: Lost Communities of the Urban Delta, 1820s-1920s, a lecture by Richard Campanella.

Old Lake End. Citrus. Elkinsburgh. Metairieville. East End. Lee. South Point. New Lake End. Bucktown. West End. Spanish Fort. Milneburg. Sea Brook. Little Woods. Michoud.

Leif Oxburgh,

Faculty Scientist III (Full Professor),

Maine Medical Center Research Institute

Full Professor, Tufts University School of Medicine

Member, Cell, Molecular and Developmental Biology Program,

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences