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Monday, August 26, 2019 - 2:00pm

Uptown Campus
Newcomb Institute
The Commons, third floor 43 Newcomb Place, New Orleans, LA, , ,

Welcome to our new home! Visit Newcomb Institute's new space on the third floor of the Commons to learn more about NI programs, meet our staff and tour our new office. Refreshments will be provided. 

Monday, August 26, 2019 - 2:00pm

Uptown Campus
The Commons - Third Floor
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Students and parents are invited to meet the staff and tour the new space of Newcomb Institute on the third floor of the Commons.

Tuesday, August 27, 2019 - 5:00pm

Uptown Campus
The Commons 335 (Meeting Room 2)
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Newcomb Institute Organization presidents and treasurers should attend this event to learn about budgets and NI student organization policy. 

 

Wednesday, August 28, 2019 - 5:00pm

Uptown Campus
Diboll Gallery, The Commons
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Come learn more about what Newcomb Institute has to offer! Representatives from over twenty Newcomb student organizations will be present. There will also be opportunities to learn about programs like Newcomb Scholars and other ways to be involved with the Institute. First-year students are especially invited to attend, though all are welcome. 

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 12:00pm

Uptown Campus
Newcomb Institute
23 Newcomb Place The Commons, New Orleans, LA, , ,

The Newcomb Scholars Program selects twenty intellectually curious and motivated first-year students to participate in an academically rigorous, interdisciplinary learning and leadership experience.
The Newcomb Scholars Program is the only selective, small cohort program for Tulane University undergraduates focused on feminist leadership. Together, the Scholars make up a community of diverse thinkers, leaders, and activists. With the help of their peers, the Newcomb faculty and staff, and the vast array of resources available to them through Newcomb Institute, Scholars are empowered to develop the skills necessary to become innovative and compassionate leaders in the 21st century. 
As a Newcomb Scholar, you will:
Develop a diverse set of leadership skills, from public speaking and networking to critical data analysis.
Take part in special seminar courses designed to develop your writing and research skills. These classes will prepare you to complete a two-semester independent research project tailored to your academic and post-graduate interests. Each seminar course is small, allowing you to develop close relationships with your faculty and cohort.
Access resources available only to Newcomb Scholars. We offer generous financial support to allow you to participate in applied learning opportunities like competitive internships, academic research, and nation-wide conferences.
Connect with Tulane faculty, nationally renowned visiting lecturers, and Newcomb alumnae, many of whom are thought leaders in their professions.
First-year, full-time students in the Newcomb-Tulane undergraduate college are eligible to apply to the Newcomb Scholars program during their first fall semester at Tulane University. We encourage you to attend one of our information sessions during the first week of class before applying. Applications will be available on NewcombInstitute's website on Friday, September 6, 2019 at newcomb.tulane.edu/scholars 

Tuesday, September 3, 2019 - 5:00pm

Uptown Campus
Dixon Auditorium
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Experience a Newcomb tradition! Meet the big or little you were matched with over the summer at the pinning ceremony. A short reception with cake and refreshments will follow. 
This event is invitation only. 

Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - 4:00pm

Uptown Campus
The Commons 333 (Meeting Room 1)
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Treasurers of Newcomb Institute student organizations are required to attend one of the two mandatory trainings to prepare for the school year. 

Wednesday, September 4, 2019 - 4:00pm

Uptown Campus
Newcomb Institute
43 Newcomb Place The Commons, New Orleans, LA, , ,

The Newcomb Scholars Program selects twenty intellectually curious and motivated first-year students to participate in an academically rigorous, interdisciplinary learning and leadership experience.
 
The Newcomb Scholars Program is the only selective, small cohort program for Tulane University undergraduates focused on feminist leadership. Together, the Scholars make up a community of diverse thinkers, leaders, and activists. With the help of their peers, the Newcomb faculty and staff, and the vast array of resources available to them through Newcomb Institute, Scholars are empowered to develop the skills necessary to become innovative and compassionate leaders in the 21st century. 
 
As a Newcomb Scholar, you will:
Develop a diverse set of leadership skills, from public speaking and networking to critical data analysis.
Take part in special seminar courses designed to develop your writing and research skills. These classes will prepare you to complete a two-semester independent research project tailored to your academic and post-graduate interests. Each seminar course is small, allowing you to develop close relationships with your faculty and cohort.
Access resources available only to Newcomb Scholars. We offer generous financial support to allow you to participate in applied learning opportunities like competitive internships, academic research, and nation-wide conferences.
Connect with Tulane faculty, nationally renowned visiting lecturers, and Newcomb alumnae, many of whom are thought leaders in their professions.
First-year, full-time students in the Newcomb-Tulane undergraduate college are eligible to apply to the Newcomb Scholars program during their first fall semester at Tulane University. We encourage you to attend one of our information sessions during the first week of class before applying. Applications will be available on NewcombInstitute's website on Friday, September 6, 2019 at newcomb.tulane.edu/scholars 

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 5:00pm

Uptown Campus
Newcomb Institute
23 Newcomb Place The Commons, New Orleans, LA, , ,

The Newcomb Scholars Program selects twenty intellectually curious and motivated first-year students to participate in an academically rigorous, interdisciplinary learning and leadership experience.
The Newcomb Scholars Program is the only selective, small cohort program for Tulane University undergraduates focused on feminist leadership. Together, the Scholars make up a community of diverse thinkers, leaders, and activists. With the help of their peers, the Newcomb faculty and staff, and the vast array of resources available to them through Newcomb Institute, Scholars are empowered to develop the skills necessary to become innovative and compassionate leaders in the 21st century. 
As a Newcomb Scholar, you will:
Develop a diverse set of leadership skills, from public speaking and networking to critical data analysis.
Take part in special seminar courses designed to develop your writing and research skills. These classes will prepare you to complete a two-semester independent research project tailored to your academic and post-graduate interests. Each seminar course is small, allowing you to develop close relationships with your faculty and cohort.
Access resources available only to Newcomb Scholars. We offer generous financial support to allow you to participate in applied learning opportunities like competitive internships, academic research, and nation-wide conferences.
Connect with Tulane faculty, nationally renowned visiting lecturers, and Newcomb alumnae, many of whom are thought leaders in their professions.
First-year, full-time students in the Newcomb-Tulane undergraduate college are eligible to apply to the Newcomb Scholars program during their first fall semester at Tulane University. We encourage you to attend one of our information sessions during the first week of class before applying. Applications will be available on NewcombInstitute's website on Friday, September 6, 2019 at newcomb.tulane.edu/scholars 

Thursday, September 5, 2019 - 5:00pm

Uptown Campus
The Commons 333 (Meeting Room 1)
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Treasurers of Newcomb Institute student organizations are required to attend one of the two mandatory trainings to prepare for the school year. 

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