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Are you a leader interested in a career serving the public good? Have you demonstrated your commitment to community service? Are you planning a career that will allow you to be a change agent? Could you use $30,000 for graduate school? If you have a strong academic record and are committed to serving as a change agent, you may be a good candidate for the Truman Scholarship. To learn more about the Truman Scholarship, eligibility requirements and the application process, attend a virtual information sessions.

Wednesday, April 22 at 2:00 pm

Zoom Meeting ID: 946-9886-2888

Has procrastination gotten the better of you a time or two? Have you struggled to find the motivation to complete certain assignments? You are far from being the only one! In this workshop we will explore strategies for increasing motivation and how that translates into your academic success.

Global Cafe is a space for international and internationally-minded Tulanians. Mingle with international students and scholars and enjoy drinks and snacks.

For more details contact Lt. Col Daniel Senesky (ROTC)


6:00 AM:        Unit welcome and safety brief (Navy Building)

6:35 AM:        Color Guard competition begins (Brown Quad)

NOTE:  Tulane NROTC competes first

7:00 AM:        Platoon inspection competition begins (LBC Quad)

7:00 AM:        Drill competitions begin (LBC Quad, Newcomb Quad)

2:20 PM:        All competitions complete

3:00 PM:        Award presentations begin (McAllister Auditorium)

4:00 PM:        Event complete

Contact the Honors Program for more details.

The evening's discussion topics are "New Orleans and Mardi Gras".  

Come meet recruiters from Gladstone Place Partners for a coffee chat to learn more about interning at a boutique financial communications firm whose work spans across various sectors and industries and combines finance, consulting, and communications.

Join the Center for Academic Equity team for a deep dive into scholarship research. Contact the Center for Academic Equity for more details.

Monthly meetings of First Generation students cover a variety of topics and is a safe space to share experiences and information.  You are welcome to join the discussion at anytime.