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In partnership with A Studio in the Woods, The ByWater Institute at Tulane University, and The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South (Nola Gulf South), Newcomb Art Museum's interdisciplinary conversation series "Uncommon Exchanges" invites the New Orleans community to interact with diverse experts from Tulane and the Gulf South region.

In partnership with A Studio in the Woods, The ByWater Institute at Tulane University, and The New Orleans Center for the Gulf South (Nola Gulf South), Newcomb Art Museum's interdisciplinary conversation series "Uncommon Exchanges" invites the New Orleans community to interact with diverse experts from Tulane and the Gulf South region.

Fridays at Newcomb is a lecture series featuring speakers across disciplines that provides students with the opportunity to learn about subjects outside of their majors. The events are held in the Diboll Gallery at Newcomb Institute, on the third floor of The Commons - lunch is provided and the event is free and open to the public.___________For more than 25 years, Deon Haywood has worked as a human rights defender and advocate for Black women, working class and low-income women, and LGBTQ communities in the Deep South.

Join Newcomb Institute on Mondays for a chill space to socialize, receive application support, and information on Institute programing and funding!

Joan W. Bennett is a Professor in the Department of Plant Biology at Rutgers. From 1971-2006, she was a faculty member at Tulane and is trained as a fungal geneticist, focused on genetics, biosynthesis and molecular biology of mycotoxin production in fungi. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, Bennett was hired by Rutgers University as an associate vice president in order to establish an office for the Promotion of Women in Science, Engineering and Mathematics.

Fridays at Newcomb is a lecture series featuring speakers across disciplines that provides students with the opportunity to learn about subjects outside of their majors. The events are held in the Diboll Gallery at Newcomb Institute, on the third floor of The Commons - lunch is provided and the event is free and open to the public.___________Selamawit D. Terrefe is an Assistant Professor of African American literature and culture in the Department of English at Tulane, where she also holds affiliations with the Africana Studies Program and Stone Center for Latin American Studies.

This gathering is specifically for affinity groups to meet, create community, support, and celebrate one another. Email Gabe Christian-Solá at gchristiansola@tulane.edu for more information!
Special events include: 
Black History Month Celebration
Indigenous People’s Day Celebration
Latinx History Month Celebration
Mid-Semester Check-in: How do you need support? Study and survival tips
Drugs and Alcohol: How to be safe during Mardi Gras 
Muses Shoe Making
Self-Care During Finals 

Join Newcomb Institute on Mondays for a chill space to socialize, receive application support, and information on Institute programing and funding!

Fridays at Newcomb is a lecture series featuring speakers across disciplines that provides students with the opportunity to learn about subjects outside of their majors. The events are held in the Diboll Gallery at Newcomb Institute, on the third floor of The Commons - lunch is provided and the event is free and open to the public.___________Fridays at Newcomb: Maya Survivors' Decolonial Struggle After the Acteal Massacre

Our November leaders' meeting topic is how to motivate and mentor your general body members. Each full student organization should have at least 1-2 representatives present, though more are welcome to attend. 

 

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