2016 Daisy Chain Application Form Be a part of a Newcomb College tradition. Junior women (and sophomores who will be abroad during Spring 2017) may now apply to be part of the Daisy Chain. Daisy Chain is a part of the Under the Oaks Ceremony held on May 13, 2016 at Dixon Hall. Students are selected based on their scholastic and on-campus achievement. Daisy Chain participants are permitted to stay in campus housing until after commencement, if they currently live in campus housing. Should you be chosen to participate in Daisy Chain, you will be a part of the team that assembles the actual 'daisy chain.’ Questions? Email Sarah McAllister Basinger at email@example.com.
Apply to the LeaderShape Institute The LeaderShape Institute is coming to Tulane from May 8 to May 13, 2016 and is looking for emerging leaders. If you are not graduating this May, please consider applying and sharing with your Newcomb organization, other organizations you are a part of, and friends looking to develop their leadership skills.
Newcomb Networking NCI and the NAA have sponsored several networking events on campus and around the nation. Alumnae have met with current students to discuss professional opportunities and strategies in business, politics and medicine.
Newcomb Grants There are many grant opportunities for students and faculty.
Florie Gale Arons Poetry Program Every year since 1999, the Florie Gale Arons program has brought a distinguished female poet to campus for a poetry reading and workshop.
Newcomb Regional Book Clubs Spring 2011 marked the first gatherings of the Newcomb Book Club. These evenings of friendship and conversation, open to all Newcomb and Tulane alumnae and alumni, proved to be so successful that the NAA continues to expand the number of cities hosting book clubs, offering fall and spring gatherings in selected cities.
Internship Information Check out our internship to learn more about women focused organizations and opportunities for funding through the Newcomb College Institute.
Student Organizations The Newcomb College Institute advises 13 different student organizations. We invite you to learn more about new ways to get involved.
Newcomb Scholars The Newcomb Scholars Program is a unique opportunity for incoming women at Tulane who are interested in an academically enriching and shared four-year experience.
Zale-Kimmerling Writer-In-Residence Program Each year since 1985, the Zale-Kimmerling Writer-in-Residence Program has brought a renowned woman writer to the Newcomb/Tulane campus to spend a week among readers and student writers who are eager for insight. Undergraduate students are exposed to an accomplished female author not only through traditional literary events, such as a public reading and interview, but they also have the unique opportunity to interact with her on an informal level through social events such as meeting for dinner or coffee during her week long visit.