School of Liberal Arts 2018 graduates celebrate at Tulane's Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 19 in The Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
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2018 Commencement Spotlights
Former Beinecke Scholar, and Anthropology and Classical Studies major, Hannah Hoover was the 2018 School of Liberal Arts Diploma Ceremony student speaker.
Two-time National Book Award recipient, MacArthur Genius winner, and SLA English Professor Jesmyn Ward gave a heartfelt speech at Tulane's 2018 Unified Commencement Ceremony.
School of Liberal Arts Award Recipients
From departmental and university awards, to national scholarships, Tulane's School of Liberal Arts graduating seniors shine bright with their impressive achievements.
Three SLA professors have been awarded prestigious fellowships from the American Council of Learned Societies, the preeminent representative organization for humanities and social-sciences scholarship in the U.S.
Composer and pianist Courtney Bryan never followed the most straightforward path to artistic success. Drawing mostly from jazz but also incorporating experimental music, gospel, classical and R&B, her work defies easy characterization.
2018 Graduating Student Spotlights
Michael Spanbauer began his PhD in 2013 with the promise of receiving individual attention from faculty and experiencing the spirit of camaraderie among the students.
Two SLA seniors were awarded top prizes in the Short Subject category of the 2018 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts' Student Screenwriting Competition.
Jake Ward, a senior honors student graduating in Political Economy and Economics with minors in Mathematics and German, epitomizes the values of a liberal arts education.
This past week, we celebrated the graduation of our students with their families and friends. The ceremony, however, is named a commencement, rather than a graduation – and for good reason. The completion of college or graduate school does not mark an end, but a true beginning.
When Dean Carole Haber steps down from her leadership role June 30, she leaves behind a School of Liberal Arts that is bigger, better, and bolder than it was ten years ago.
Made possible by the generous funding of NYC-based art advisor, Sandy Heller (A&S '94), the new SLAMM course, 'How to Acquire a Work of Art,' gave students real-world interactions with curatorial duties, and ultimately, the actual purchasing of local art work.
Kathryn Cook, a junior pursuing a double major in history and Russian, has been selected as a 2018 Beinecke Scholar.
Rachel Blume was recently awarded the Campus UnSung Hero award from the One Love Foundation for her work leading campus programming around healthy relationships and relationship violence.
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