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We will be playing in the Mardi Gras Torunament on 2/15!

This event is designed to be a self-guided time of sustained writing so feel free to drop-in as you are able. Bring dissertations, theses, manuscripts, CVs, resumes, cover letters, job applications, homework, your LinkedIn profile, fellowship applications, or any other documents and commit to making progress on them.  

We'll have a big table reserved for WiSE members at Mojo and we will buy the first 20 participants a coffee/tea/etc. (up to $5). 

Society of Women in Physics and Engineering - everyone welcome! Free snacks.

Join Tulane Campus Health and SAPHE on Monday, February 10th, in the Diboll Gallery to discuss reclaiming pleasure after sexual violence in a small workshop setting. This workshop will be a small group setting. 

Swing by our tables for snacks, safer sex supplies, and information about Sex Week 2020 events throughout the week.

The Annual Intercultural Leadership Retreat takes place during the Fall semester in an off-campus camp setting. The weekend is designed to develop skills that will serve students at Tulane, in New Orleans and beyond, with interactive activities designed to create an environment for individuals to explore cultural identity, share experiences and discuss the meaning of leadership within the context of a diverse society. Participants should come prepared to participate in activities by sharing views, attitudes, beliefs and experiences openly and honestly. 

Under the Oaks is a ceremony hosted each year by Newcomb Institute during Commencement week. At Under the Oaks, we honor graduating students, including award recipients (named awards and Oak Wreath), Newcomb Scholars, Mortar Board members, Newcomb grant recipients, Center for Public Service award recipients, Newcomb Alumnae Association award recipients, and outstanding faculty, in addition to hosting the current Newcomb College 50 year reunion.

The ¡Salud! workshop series aims to build community and provide a safe space for Latinx students to explore living a good life at Tulane. Sometimes students experience homesickness and stress related to being
identified with Latinx culture, whether as a first generation American or being new to the country.

The workshop series will focus on self care, connecting with others, and developing stress reduction techniques based on mindfulness. Students are invited to drop in without feeling pressured to attend every week, and there is no need to register with CAPS.

As of 2016, most NIH and AHRQ research grant applications are required to comply with the NIH Policy on Rigor and R

Drop in each Thursday and develop a habit of self care with a weekly chair massage. 

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