Upcoming Events and Seminars
Monday, August 8 (Emphasis on International Students)
Wednesday, August 17 Location TBD
For new and returning graduate students, this orientation will assist in filling out and submitting all paperwork to ensure payroll enrollment. Staff from Student Payroll will be on hand to collect I-9s and answer any questions regarding payroll.
Please note: for students to be paid on the August 26th paydate, they must have completed and submitted their I-9 documents by August 18th.
*Hosted by the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies
New Graduate Student Orientation
Tuesday, August 23
9:00 AM to 5 PM Richardson Building, Room 117
This day long program is designed to orient new Master's and PhD students on the contacts, offices, and resources on campus that will help them make their time as a graduate student at Tulane successful.
Topics include: Student Health Services, Title IX, Emergency Preparedness, Plagiarism & the Graduate Honor Code, GAPSA & GSSA, OGPS & Career Advising, Student Services, Library Services.
The Work Force Management Office will be on site to collect 1099-S and answer payroll questions.
Students can sign up here. *Hosted by the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies
Teaching Assistant OrientationWednesday, August 24
9:00 AM to 12 PM Location TBD
All new graduate student instructors are invited to attend the orientation to learn about university policies and resources for teaching. Topics include: Student Honor Code, Grievance Procedure, CELT, Blackboard & Instructional Technology Services, Student Resources & Support Services, Library Services, and more.
Students can sign up here.*Hosted by the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Studies and the Center for Engaged Learning and Teaching
International Student Orientation
Friday, August 28
8:30 AM to 1 PM Rogers Memorial Chapel
The Office of International Students and Scholars will work with the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and the professional schools as much as possible to ensure that topics already covered on Tuesday at other graduate and professional orientations will not be covered again on Friday. A final schedule with session topics will be sent out during the summer.
* Hosted by the Office of International Students and Scholars
Recurring Events and Seminars
Become a Sober Event Monitor!
Trainings are held in LBC-Stibbs from 5pm-7pm
For more information, please go to Tulane TIPS
Office of Graduate and Professional Studies Workshops
Attend one or many of the OGPS Workshops!
Whether you want to learn more about Tulane, learn skills for teaching, or are beginning to plan your career after Tulane, OGPS has a workshop for you!
For more information, please go to OGPS Workshops
Howard-Tilton Memorial Library Events
Attend a Library workshop!
Workshops on Citation Management, Data Management, Impact Factors and more!
For more information, please go to Library Events
Office of International Students and Scholars Activities
Attend OISS Activity and meet students that have come to Tulane from all over the world!
The OISS activities offer free Coffee Hours, volunteer activities, and other activities around New Orleans!
For more information, please go to OISS Activities
School of Liberal Arts Events
Attend the School of Liberal Arts Events
Enjoy music, dance, or a seminar with the School of Liberal Arts!
School of Science and Engineering Seminars
Attend the School of Science and Engineering Weekly Seminars
Chemistry Department Bowling Night
Tuesday, September 1st from 7pm-9:30pm at Rock'N'Bowl
Come join the Chemistry department in a night of bowling, food, and drinks!
For more information, please contact a Chemistry Department GSSA Rep
Math Department Graduate Colloquium Series
Tuesdays 4:15pm-5:15pm in Stanley Thomas 316
September 15th, 22nd, 29th
October 6th, 13th
A series of student talks from the Math Department Graduate Students.
For more information, please contact a Math Department GSSA Rep
BME Graduate Student and Faculty BBQ
Friday, October 2nd from 5:30pm-8pm at the Fly
Join the BME students, faculty, and their families for an afternoon enjoying BBQ
For more information, please contact a Biomedical Engineering GSSA Rep
APTEC Poster Session Social - Chemistry, Physics, Chemical Engineering
Monday, November 9th from 6pm-8pm in LBC-Kendall Cram
Come enjoy wine and cheese and learn about work of Chemistry, Physics, and Chemical Engineering Graduate Students from around the Gulf Coast!
For more information, please contact a Chemistry GSSA Rep
BarCamp NOLA 8
July 18th and 19th, 930am-530pm on campus in the Lindy Boggs Center for Energy and Biotechnology
Barcamp is a tech-focused event with participant generated content. You can give a presentation on any topic, story, piece of knowledge, or experience.
Or feel free to just attend a full day worth of interesting and informative presentations by local community members
Registration is free, and sponsors provide gifts for registered attendees!
For more information, please go to www.barcampnola.com
International Students Independence Day Extravaganza
July 5th, 6-8PM on campus in the Greenbaum Quad
Spend an evening throwing water balloons, shooting squirt guns, and eating Raising Cane's chicken!
For more information, please e-mail the Director of International Students and Scholars, Kristy Magner.