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You're invited to the Fall 2018 Health, Racism, and Communication Seminar Series!


Please join us for the Tulane MD/MPH Student Group Fall Blood Drive, taking place from 10:00a.m. - 4:00p.m. on Friday, September 7, 2018 in the first floor Diboll Auditorium of the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine Tidewater building (1440 Canal St.)  Donors will receive a Who Dat! t-shirt, and either Blood Replacement, Heart Club or Family Blood Coverage from the Blood Center.

Get answers to your questions on the latest prostate cancer research and treatment from Oliver Sartor, MD, one of the few medical oncologists in the world specializing in prostate cancer.

Light refreshments will be served.  Complimentary parking in building garage.

This activity is supported in part by an educational grant from Astellas Pharma Global Development, Inc.

This activity has been approved for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit.TM

Think of a job fair but run by the students that interned at the job sites. Come to this event to get to talk directly with your peers about their summer internship, seek application advice, and hear how they found grants to support unpaid/minimally paid opportunities. 

 All Tulane students are welcome to come join the 5th Annual Novel Tech Challenge Kick-Off Reception to learn how to apply for the Novel Tech Challenge and to join teams and find ideas to submit.  The deadline to apply for the Novel Tech Challenge will be September 25th at 11:59p.m..

At the end of each semester CELT hosts Faculty Grading Breaks to reward you for all your hard work. Past events have featured crepes and gelletes from Crepes Rendezvous, wine or champagne, and massage chairs. They are a great way to socialize, eat, and relax during the often stressful grading period at the end of the semester.

Students, parents, and alumni are invited to kick off homecoming weekend with a complimentary breakfast of homemade breads and pastries, fresh juices, and coffee, plus live music. 

Join March for Our Lives - NOLA as they host the National group on campus for an open conversation about gun control in New Orleans. The Parkland students have been traveling around the country engaging in conversations about how to keep the movement alive and moving toward real change.

 Author and associate professor of history at Dartmouth College Rashauna Johnson will present a public lecture and sign copies of her book, Slavery's Metropolis: Unfree Labor in New Orleans during the Age of Revolutions on Thursday, October 4 at 6pm. This event will be held in the Woldenberg Art Center Freeman Auditorium. 

Come over to the NCI House (7025 Freret St.) anytime between 12:30-1:30 PM to have lunch and meet fellow students and NCI staff. This program is open to all students, and students are also welcomed and encouraged to study at the NCI House anytime we are open. Food will be supplied until it runs out. For finals week, there will be extended hours for a craft study break.