Commencement at Tulane resembles a season of events rather than just a single day. From the School of Liberal Arts Diploma Ceremony to the Tulane 34 Awards, the Newcomb-Tulane College Senior Awards, and the Graduate Hooding and Recognition Ceremony, it's clear just how accomplished our liberal arts students and faculty have become during their tenure at Tulane University.
With an exceptional toolkit from her studies in the School of Liberal Arts and experience from multiple internships, Brianna Gershkowitz begins a competitive position at NBCUniversal.
Fulbright award recipient Tayla Moore will return to India to study how biomedical and traditional systems work together as an all-encompassing treatment for diabetes.
Liberal Arts grad Brian Contreras will continue research to develop programs for New Orleans' Latin American communities with the local nonprofit Fund 17.
This summer Rose Brutkiewicz begins a new role as Account Development Representative for the leading business and technology company Salesforce.
School of Liberal Arts 2019 Diploma Ceremony Speaker Zharia Jeffries will continue her journalism career as she enters the Newhouse School's Magazine, Newspaper and Online Journalism program at Syracuse University this fall.
Tulane's Class of 2019 student Unified Commencement Ceremony speaker Abi Mbaye graduated with bachelor's degrees in public health, English, and Africana Studies.
David Woodside graduated with bachelor’s degrees from the School of Liberal Arts and the A. B. Freeman School of Business. He is an Altman Scholar in the Altman Program in International Studies and Business.
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