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Faculty Involvement

There are various opportunities for faculty to get involved with students and contribute to the mission of Newcomb-Tulane College. 

 

  High time commitment - these are semester-long investments that may involve an application, selection or proposal process

  Medium commitment - may involve more than one meeting or communication with college staff

  Low time commitment - these are one time events or communications

 

Engage with Students

Come to College Coffee or Global Café

Be a Residential Faculty Mentor

Teach an Honors course

Supervise a student summer research project or serve as a reader for an Honors Thesis

Participate in Equity Thursdays

Join the First-Gen College Faculty and Staff Council

Teach a TIDES course

Become a POSSE mentor or a College Track mentor

Serve as a Reading Project discussion group leader

Participate in International Education Week

Serve on a review committee for nationally competitive scholarships

Teach a mini-course for international students through Tulane Advantage

 

 

Engage with Newcomb-Tulane College

Serve on a Faculty Committee

Apply for a Duren Professorship

Attend an NTC Faculty Meeting

Participate in the Academic Integrity process

Propose a Course

Propose a Study Abroad program

Use a grant to infuse your class with a global perspective

Participate in Honors Weekend and other recruitment events

Write for The Global Observer

Come to Global Cafe, an event for international and internationally-minded Tulanians

Join the International Partners Outreach Group

Share your experience teaching English abroad

 

Encourage student success by referring them to academic support services

Submit an Academic Alert

Tutoring

Advising

Career coaching

Success coaching