Tulane Student Honored as Newman Civic Fellow
Ron’ Joniele “Nelly” Bruce, a political science, social policy and practice junior who is also minoring in English, has been selected as a Newman Civic Fellow by Campus Compact.
Courtney Bryan Named First Creative Partner of LPO
Musician, composer, and the Albert and Linda Mintz Professor of Music Courtney Bryan will contribute to the artistic vision, public programming, and more in her new role at the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra.
New Scholarship Honors a Profound Passion for Music
Celebrating the life of her brother, liberal arts alumna Melanie Nathanson founded the Daniel "Danny the Lip" Lippitt Scholarship this year to support music training and education.
Theatre Professor Elected to Board of U.S. Institute of Theatre Technology
Assistant Professor in the Department of Theatre and Dance Jennifer Jacobs brings 40 years of experience as a theatre artist and a focus on equity to her new appointment with USITT.
Upcoming Featured Events
- Today, March 17: Hydroxychloroquine and Covid-19: Clinical trials, Politics and Public Debate, presented by the Science, Medicine, Technology and Society Working Group in Liberal Arts.
- March 22: What Can You Do with a Liberal Arts Minor? Tales from the Field, presented by Liberal Arts Summer Programs.
- March 23: Give Green! Please consider supporting the School of Liberal Arts during Tulane's 24-hour day of giving.
- March 30: School of Liberal Arts Dean's Speaker Series "Anti-Racism and Anthropology," featuring Lee D. Baker.