2006 News Archive
December 12th, 2006 in The New Wave
For the first time, the Tulane Center for Public Service brought together students, faculty and community partners at a celebration of the service-learning successes during the fall semester. More than 100 people gathered at the African-American Museum ... (read article)
Fall 2006 in The Tulanian
Students live, work and learn lessons on New Orleans in Semester in NOLA.
In summer 2005, Cambridge University student Amy Pope of Swansea, Wales, intently watched the "telly" as the devastation following Hurricane Katrina played out before her eyes...(read article)
August 24th, 2006 in the President's Letter
Cowen, Scott. 2006. Tulane University President. Tulane University.
Dear alumni, faculty, staff and friends: It's not often that one can say, "What an unbelievable year we've had," and have it be an understatement. But that definitely describes the last 12 months at Tulane. As we go into our first post-Katrina academic year... (read letter)
August 22nd, 2006 in The New Wave
The Tulane Center for Public Service now is the portal through which community organizations communicate with the university and the university's resources flow into the community. The guiding principle of the center is the belief that public service, rooted in an academic context... (read article)
July 14th, 2006 in The New Wave
Talk about the experiencing the "real world." Last week, 14 students from around the country arrived at Tulane to take part in Semester in NOLA, a six- week program coordinated through the university's Center for Public Service that combines both academic and hands-on internship experiences... (read article)
June, 2006 in Edutopia
Tulane University has staked its future on the likes of Sarah "Sally" Baker. The effervescent nineteen-year-old college freshman from Ogdensburg, New York, considers rebuilding New Orleans an "obligation." After spending her first semester as a Tulanian at Syracuse...(read article)
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