NOTEWORTHY NEWS AND OUR LIBERAL ARTS #TUWAVE23 EVENTS
Composer and pianist Courtney Bryan earns 2023 'genius grant' award
Courtney Bryan, associate professor and the Albert and Linda Mintz Professor of Music in Tulane’s School of Liberal Arts, has been named a 2023 recipient of one of the most coveted honors in academia — an $800K 'genius grant' from the MacArthur Foundation.
Herb Weil PhD Professorship in the Humanities
Tulane alum Herb Weil (A&S ’54) recently gifted us with a Professorship in the Humanities, an endowed faculty position to help young scholars in the global humanities.
Student Spotlight: Classical Studies Excavating Pompeii
Junior Skylar Morgan jumped at the chance to be one of two SLA students who spent 5 weeks on an archeological excavation in Pompeii led by Classical Studies Professor Allison Emmerson — learning every aspect of fieldwork.
Featured School of Liberal Arts Events
Friday, October 20
Catch Up with Dean Brian Edwards
Come enjoy games, snacks & conversation while playing ball with SLA on the quad!
1:30 – 2:30pm | Josephine Louise Quad (Broadway St @ Newcomb Hall)
Saturday, October 21
School of Liberal Arts Wave '23 Tailgate Tent in Tailgate Village
Food, festivities, spirited fun & plenty of school swag!
10:30am | Berger Family Lawn (LBC Quad)
Kickoff at 2:30pm & the Tulane University Marching Band at halftime!
Additional School Of Liberal Arts Events
Friday, October 20
Summer Opportunities Fair
Learn about unique programs, courses, funding opportunities, and more!
11:30am – 12:30pm | LBC, Room 213
Panel Discussion: Tulane to the Max
Hear from a panel of four upper-division Tulane students, including three SLA majors and minors who will share their own college experiences.
1:30 – 2:25pm | Dixon Hall Auditorium
Hot Glass Demo
Join Professor Gene Koss with students from the Glass Studio Team for a favorite annual demonstration.
2 – 3pm | Woldenberg Art Center, Pace-Wilson Glass Studio
102 Newcomb Hall • New Orleans, LA 70118