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The School of Liberal Arts' Center for Scholars and the Newcomb Art Department present, "Unraveling Raphael," a lecure by Lisa Pon, Professor of Art History, Meadows School of the Arts, Southern Methodist University, on Monday, December 3rd at 6:00 pm in Stone Auditorium, room 210 Woldenberg Art Center.

This two-day event will showcase the diversity of health science-related research at Tulane, and will feature presentations by students, faculty and staff university-wide. Poster presentations will be displayed for review at the J. Bennett Johnston Building on the downtown campus from 9:00am - 4:00pm Monday and Tuesday March 18-19, and a series of prizes will be awarded by Deans and Center Directors for outstanding presentations. There will also be a number of associated lectures, and we will have information and representatives from research-related offices, cores and departments.

TULANE IDEA SYMPOSIUM The Idea Symposium is an annual event which invites Newcomb-Tulane College undergraduate participants from the full breadth of disciplines housed within Tulane University to showcase the scientific rigor and creative talents they possess. The symposium offers students presentation experience and fosters collaborative relationships with faculty mentors and fellow students. The Idea Symposium features poster presentations, panel discussions, demonstrations, and exhibits. All are welcome to attend!

Please join Tulane School of Liberal Arts Dean Brian Edwards who will speak about his vision for the liberal arts at Tulane.

The Newcomb Art Department presents "Birds in the Hand: Micro-Manuscripts and the Devotional Body," a lecture by Alexa Sand, Professor of Art History and Associate Vice President and Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Utah State University. 

Faculty Development 

Lecture Series


Monday, December 3, 2018


“Preparing for Promotion in the Tenure Series”



Room 6065

School of Medicine - 1430 Tulane Avenue



“Preparing for Promotion in the Non-Tenure Series”

(Clinical, Research, or Education Track)



Room 6065

School of Medicine – 1430 Tulane Avenue


All School of Medicine faculty are encouraged to attend


Light refreshments will be provided

Announcing a General Medical Faculty Meeting


The Second Reading of Proposed Amendments to the GMF Bylaws at 4:30pm

an Address by Michael A. Fitts, J.D., President of Tulane University at 5:00pm


Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Main Auditorium of the School of Medicine

1430 Tulane Avenue


All School of Medicine faculty are encouraged to attend

Light refreshment will be provided beginning at 4:00pm


With 65 million refugees in the world today, their fate and what the future holds for them internationally is the topic of a major conference at Tulane Law School.

Escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China , the impact of import tariffs on international trade and how developing LNG markets will shape the energy industry globally will be part of the 3rd annual U.S.-China Energy and Trade Law Forum hosted by Tulane Law School's Center for Energy Law and the Tulane Energy Institute Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. This major conference will gather global experts from industry, government and the legal and business academies to discuss some of the most pressing challenges and opportunities of our time.

Date, Time, LocationFriday, November 30, 12:00-1:30PM, Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, Room B12 (basement)