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Hear from students who received Newcomb-Tulane College funding for internship-related costs. Information on how to apply for funding will be provided, and lunch will be served. All full-time undergraduates are invited. Visit college.tulane.edu/grant-workshops to RSVP, or learn more about Newcomb-Tulane College grants at college.tulane.edu/grants.

Enjoy free lunch and soft drinks, hear about successful projects from recent grant recipients, and learn more about applying for a Newcomb-Tulane College grant. This year, nearly $100,000 in grant money is available to all full-time undergraduates for research projects, academic conference travel, internship costs, and much more. Open to all full-time undergraduates, but space is limited.

The Newcomb-Tulane College academic awards ceremony to honor the academic achievements of the undergraduate Class of 2019. By invitation only. Students are notified in April if they are invited to this event. 

Students, parents, and alumni are invited to kick off homecoming weekend with a complimentary breakfast, plus live music by the Derrick Butler Quartet.

Celebrate International Education Week by hearing from students who received funding for international projects, research, and experiential learning. Information on how to apply for funding will be provided, and lunch will be served. For more information about Newcomb-Tulane College grants, visit college.tulane.edu/grants or email ntcgrants@tulane.edu.  

As a legendary bandleader, educator, NEA Jazz Master, and patriarch of one of New Orleans' most renowned musical families, Ellis Marsalis is regarded as the premier modern jazz pianist in the city. At this special concert, presented annually by the Lagniappe Series of the Newcomb-Tulane College Dean's Office, Marsalis will perform with his group and participate in an audience Q&A session during the show. Free and open to the public.  

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. 

 Football to Feminism and the Blind Spot of Masculinity 

The Kylene & Bradley Beers Lecture featuring Don McPherson

*The Tulane Reading Project Keynote Lecture*

Don McPherson is a college football Hall of Famer, former professional athlete, activist, feminist, educator, and entrepreneur. For more than 24 years, Don McPherson has used the power and appeal of sport to address complex social justice issues. Learn more about Don McPherson: http://www.donaldmcpherson.com/

Free and open to the public.

Enjoy free lunch and soft drinks, hear about successful projects from recent grant recipients, and learn more about applying for grant funding from the Newcomb-Tulane College Dean's Office. This year, nearly $100,000 in grant money is available to all full-time undergraduates at Tulane for academic projects, research, participation in conferences, summer internships, and much more.

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