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Think your setbacks will keep you from being like the people you admire? Then this event is for you! Come hear renowned psychiatrist and Tulane alumnus Dr. Ned Hallowell share stories of disappointments and achievements. This event will provide an empowering message of taking risks, stepping outside of your comfort zone, and finding community support to learn from your mistakes and succeed. Moderated by Dr. Rebecca Mark. Lunch provided, and space is limited. For questions, email success@tulane.edu. br /

pnbsp;Newcomb-Tulane College recognizes students who, by achieving academic excellence, embody the highest goals of the institution. Prizes are awarded by appropriate departmental and college committees and are presented at the Senior Awards Ceremony held during commencement weekend.nbsp;nbsp;/p

Enjoy free lunch and soft drinks, hear about successful projects from recent grant recipients, and learn more about applying for grant funding from Newcomb-Tulane College. 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.

Enjoy free lunch and soft drinks, hear about successful projects from recent grant recipients, and learn more about applying for grant funding from Newcomb-Tulane College. 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.

pNewcomb-Tulane College recognizes students who, by achieving academic excellence, embody the highest goals of the institution. Prizes are awarded by the appropriate departmental and college committees and are presented at the Senior Awards Ceremony during Commencement weekend. Invitation only.nbsp; nbsp;/p

Nina Tandon is at the cutting edge of science where sci-fi meets reality. As CEO and co-founder of EpiBone, the world#39;s first company growing living human bones for skeletal reconstruction, she works on growing artificial hearts and bones that can be put into the body. Beyond her work at EpiBone, she studies the new frontier of biotech: homes, textiles, and video games made of cells.

New Orleans-born Herlin Riley is a renowned drummer, composer, and founding member of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra in New York City. He has been a veteran member of the bands of Ahmad Jamal and Wynton Marsalis, and his latest album as a bandleader, emNew Direction/em, was released in 2016.br /
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Peter Martin is an acclaimed jazz pianist, composer, arranger, and educator who#39;s performed, toured, and recorded with Chris Botti, Betty Carter, Wynton Marsalis, Christian McBride, Joshua Redman, and Dianne Reeves, as well as the Berlin Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic. He attended Juilliard School of Music, and is a former member of the faculties of Northwestern University and Southern Illinois University (Edwardsville).br /
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emThe New York Times/em calls New Orleans native Courtney Bryan a pianist and composer of panoramic interests. Currently serving as an assistant professor in the Newcomb Department of Music at Tulane, Bryan previously was appointed as a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the Department of African American Studies at Princeton University. Her compositions, ranging from jazz and experimental music to gospel and spirituals, have been presented at Lincoln Center in New York City, the National Gallery of Art, and Bethany and Abyssinian Baptist Churches, to name a few.

New York-based trumpeter Antoine Drye has been playing professionally for over two decades, and has collaborated with some of the biggest names in jazz including Ellis Marsalis, Brian Blade, the Roy Hargrove Big Band, Mark Whitfield, Helen Sung, and many more.br /
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