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Local Tulane Clubs operate in numerous cities around the United States and the world, offering social, educational, and cultural activities for area alumni. The clubs are constituent members of the Tulane Alumni Association.
Activities of the club are planned and organized by local alumni with the assistance of the Tulane Office of Alumni Affairs. Therefore, your ideas and your help are always welcome. The continued success of the club is dependent upon your involvement, so please contact the club president to get involved.
This page is an online bulletin board for local alumni to share information and ideas with each other. For example, if you are looking for a roommate, a new job, or new employee, or if you want to announce that a New Orleans band is coming to town, here's where to make your announcement.
Lynette Bilello (G'97), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Parker and Associates (www.parker-associates.com), an EHS consulting company is seeking qualified candidates with 1-2 years of experience to assist in all aspects of environmental, health and safety consulting.
Excellent verbal and written language skills required.
Fluent Spanish and/or French verbal and writing skills a plus.
Minimum qualifications include a B.S. in engineering and/or a related science field from an accredited university. Candidate must be able to demonstrate practical application of environmental health and safety regulations.
Salary commensurate with experience and credentials. Benefit package included.
Or Email Peter O'Konski Direct at:
Since this is a free service, commercial announcements will not be accepted. Please limit posting to 100 words.
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The Albert H. “Sonny” Small, Jr. (A&S’79) Regional Challenge Grant for Tulane Alumni Residing in the DC, Virginia, Maryland Area
Tulane alumnus Albert H. “Sonny” Small, Jr. has announced a unique opportunity for alumni in the D.C., Virginia and Maryland area making a gift to the Tulane University Rebuilding Fund. Mr. Small will match all donations, dollar for dollar*, made to the Tulane University Rebuilding Fund from alumni donors in D.C., Virginia and Maryland and those who have not yet made a gift to the Tulane Rebuilding Fund - up to $500,000 total.
This Challenge allows these alumni to give to Tulane University knowing that the amount they give will be doubled, making the impact of their individual gifts even greater. The collective impact of new gifts from alumni and matching funds from this challenge grant will provide essential support for Tulane during its rebuilding process.
Donors from these areas need only make their gift to the Rebuilding Fund. Qualifying gifts will automatically be applied to the Albert H. “Sonny” Small, Jr. Challenge Grant.
*up to $10,000 per household
This unique award was established six years ago by Timothy Sykes (Tulane College ’03) to recognize and nurture talented individuals whose abilities and accomplishments may not be in traditional areas of endeavor. There are many ways to be “successful” in today's society and this award acknowledges young people with unique interests and passions. This does not preclude from consideration those with significant demonstrated success in the classroom or on the playing field - it simply seeks to broaden the definition of accomplishment in a university environment.
A candidate may self-nominate or be nominated by another member of the Tulane community by means of a statement (minimum 2 pages) that describes the individual’s talent/potential and supports that description with a listing of his/her related accomplishments or an example of the applicant’s work. Nominations are open to any member of the Tulane community – student, faculty, staff or young alumni. Applications for the award will be reviewed by a committee appointed by President Cowen.
Completed nominations are due by April 17, 2009 and may be submitted by email to email@example.com or by mailing them to Tulane University Office of Development, 6823 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, LA 70118. Please call 504.314.7633 with any questions.
Read and discuss
Nine Lives: Mystery, Magic, Death, and Life in New Orleans
By Dan Baum
November 13, 2012
Hosted by Amanda Barnett (NC’83) and Aubrey Hoskins Flynn (NC’04)
Red River Bank, 1412 Centre Court, Second Floor Training Room, Alexandria LA 71301
RSVP by November 7 to Aubrey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 318-561-5803
Light refreshments will be served.
Get together with other area Newcomb and Tulane alums for a night of friendship and conversation as we discuss Dan Baum’s Nine Lives: Mystery, Magic, Death, and Life in New Orleans. Baum, assigned to cover Hurricane Katrina by The New Yorker, grew "frustrated by having to focus so much on the disaster and its aftermath." He decided instead to celebrate "the most interesting thing about New Orleans"- its people. Through telling the life stories of nine unique New Orleanians from the different neighborhoods, the author paints a fascinating portrait of a city and her people.
Learn more about this book, and about The Tulane Reading project, at http://tulane.edu/reading.
Alumni Relations, Tulane University, 6319 Willow Street, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5901 email@example.com