Rebranded as the Tulane Idea Symposium (TIS), this event offers Tulane University undergraduates an opportunity to highlight achievements in their chosen fields, experience presenting in an academic forum, and foster faculty relationships with faculty mentors and fellow undergraduate presenters. The Idea Symposium invites students from the full breadth of disciplines housed within the institution, showcasing scientific rigor and creative talents of students in the arts, humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Equity Thursdays offer weekly presentations by members of the Tulane University community and invited guests from Greater New Orleans. Faculty, Students, Staff, Alumni and Friends share information regarding topics of academic access. Equity Thursdays meet in Cudd Hall, Room 203. The sessions discuss cutting edge research, enrichment opportunity and offer a forum for reflection on the intersection of identity and the academic experience. The Center for Academic Equity serves lunch from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM. We welcome students, faculty, and staff to come to Equity Thursdays and join the Center for Academic Equity community.
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Posse Plus Retreat March 2-4 2018
Every year the Posse Foundation and Posse Scholars facilitate an annual weekend-long retreat attended by members of the larger student body, faculty, and administration with the goal of discussing an important campus issue identified by Posse Scholars. These annual retreats are made possible by Posse's incredible partners and Universities such as Tulane University. This year's topic is Hope Hate and Race in the United States. Click this link for information on how you can attend this year's retreat which is being held at the
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Spring Semester 2018 Student Events will also include
First Generation College Student Meet Up
At this social event first generation college students, the first members of their family to complete a bachelor's degree, gather to network and share resources and support. The fall semester Meet Up, held at the Paterson Lobby, was catered by Mona's Cafe.
This event offers students a chance to wind down, relax, and celebrate their accomplishments at the end of the semester. Last semester's event held in the lobby of Cudd Hall, featured an academic themed selfie station, messaging boards, cookies and hot chocolate, and great conversation.
Academic Support Resources
Calculus Study Halls and Writing Workshops
Students in the Center for Academic Equity's cohorts (including, but not limited to Posse, Summer Experience, College Track, LGBTQ, First Generation College Students, and students of color) may participate in Calculus study halls (run by a Tulane graduate student in math).
Students can also receive one-on-one writing support from Tulane faculty members. You can review some of the fundamentals of writing and receive writing mentorship throughout the academic year. Students from all disciplines and levels of ability may participate in the program. Stay tuned to this page and become a member of the Center for Academic Equity's group at OrgSync to receive upcoming details and important updates about these support resources.
Students in the Center for Academic Equity's cohorts may also take advantage of available lending library resources which includes textbooks and other supplies (such as calculators, sketch books, and binders) for most disciplines. The Center will also consider requests to purchase items which meet the same criteria. Borrowers must agree to return items to the Library at the end of each semester or to request loan extensions if needed. Click this link to request a copy of items that are available in our Library or this link to submit a request for purchase. You must include the book title and edition, ISBN number, course title and the name of your professor if requesting a textbook purchase.