COST: $10 per person (plus online ticket processing fee).
If you would like to come on the trip with dependents, please sign up in person at OISS and pay with check or cash.
Downtown: Will begin loading at Deming at 9:15 a.m. and bus will leave at 9:30 a.m.
Uptown: Will being loading in front of the library on Freret St. at 9:30 a.m. and all buses will leave at 10:00 a.m.
OPPORTUNITIES AT TULANE
ESL Class for International Spouses/Partners
English for Academic and Professional Purposes is pleased to announce this exciting class starting September 9.Join to practice your English skills to gain the confidence and fluency to effectively communicate in everyday contexts! For dates and times and enrollment information Click here.
Non-credit English program for international students and scholars.
We will match you with five to ten students at your available time. The class meets several times a week at both the uptown and downtown campuses, as well as online.
Remember the non-credit program is an ungraded opportunity to continuing enriching your English. What do we do? We set up individualized goals to improve your English to accomplish your academic and professional goals. We have had undergrads, grad students, postdocs, spouses, children, staff and faculty all participate. This year it will be headed by Donna Murray, Ph.D. Email LearnEng@tulane.edu if you have any questions. As always check out our website at http://English.Tulane.Edu or like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/tulaneeapp
Robert Connor, Ph.D.
Director of English for Academic and Professional Purposes Director of English as a Second Language English.Tulane.Edu
6901 Willow Street Room 103
Center for Global Education
Career Workshops for International Graduate Students
The Office of Grad and Postdoc Studies will be holding a series of Career Workshops. These workshops are great opportunities to get ahead on your career search. More information about these workshops can be found below in the lower right hand column.
Be a Visitor Speaker on Latin America in your Community
The Latin American Resource Center is looking for speakers for the Fall 2015 semester!
If you are a faculty member, post-doc or student who is a part of Latin American Studies or any of its affiliated departments, you can volunteer to go into local classrooms and community organizations to give an engaging presentation on a Latin American topic. For more information and to participate, please CLICK HERE.
Tulane Confucius Institute invites you to Join a Chinese Community Class
Introduction to China
Thursdays from 9/24 – 12/3 at 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. LBC 209.
This class includes 9 sessions of fun introductions to Chinese culture and useful phrases. Bag lunches will be provided.
Saturdays from 8/29 – 12/5 at 2:00 – 4:30 p.m. Newcomb Hall 200a
This is a Chinese language course for beginning non-heritage learners. The course requires no prior knowledge of the language. It teaches beginning Chinese and introduces Chinese culture to interested learners, who are Tulane faculty and staff, students and community members. There is a $200 fee for the course including the expenses for textbooks and materials.
Thursday, September 3, 2015. 5:30 p.m. Bruno’s Tavern, 7538 Maple St.
Are you an international student who wants to learn about Saints football? Like food and happiness? Then come join Tulane’s International Studies Activism and Networking at their first meetup, where you’ll be able to watch the preseason Saints game with other students and stuff your face with free food! Contact Diane Kowalski at email@example.com more information or see theFacebook event.
Jazz in the Park
Thursdays between September 3 – October 29, 2015. 4:00 – 8:00 p.m. Louis Armstrong Park.
Just outside of the French Quarter lies the famous Louis Armstrong Park. Starting on Sep 3, the park will host a live concert series every Thursday from 4-8 p.m. There will be local bands, live painting and art displays, food vendors, and even a DJ to host each event! Admission is free so head on over to the park and watch the sun go down to the sounds of a NOLA band.
Elegua Dance & Drum Company
Workshop - Friday, September 4, 2015. 10:00 a.m. Ashe Cultural Arts Center
Tour/Concert – Friday, September 4, 2015. 6:00 p.m. Ashe Cultural Arts Center
Elegua, the internationally renowned women’s percussion ensemble from Venezuela, will make a rare appearance in New Orleans. The group brings pure excitement and rhythms that will make you want to get up and move. There will be a drum and dance workshop for young adults. To participate, call (504) 569-9070 to reserve space for your group. There will also be an exhibition tour and concert, which costs $10. Hope to see you there.
Louisiana Seafood Festival
Friday, September 4 – Sunday, September 6, 2015. 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. City Park Festival Grounds.
From our waters to your plate, the Louisiana Seafood Festival is a celebration of all the fresh and flavorful seafood that makes our state great. This three-day festival is free of admission and has live music, celebrity chef cooking demonstrations, a beer garden, a kid’s tent, an arts village, and of course tons of food and beverages! Learn more about this festival HERE.
A Shared Space: KAWS, Karl Wirsum, & Tomoo Gokita
Exhibition Opens Thursday, September 10, 2015. 10:00 a.m. Newcomb Art Gallery
If you’ve walked around Tulane’s campus, you have probably seen the giant sculpture by KAWS in front of the Woldenberg Art Center. Be sure to check out more of his work at this exhibition. Alongside pieces from KAWS’ collection will be work by Chicago-based artist Karl Wirsum and Japan-based artist Tomoo Gokita.
Downtown hours are an opportunity for international students, scholars, and staff at Tulane’s downtown campus to meet with an OISS advisor, ask questions, and request services. If you are a new international student at the downtown campus, you can also complete your required check-in process during downtown hours.
Location: Josephine Louise Ballroom
Time: Thursdays, 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.
Uptown coffee hours will be held weekly, with a different theme each week!
Prayer Space (Downtown)
Tidewater Building 15th floor Room 1506, has been dedicated as a quiet prayer space for students of all religious denominations.
Hours: Open when building is open.
Check the digest weekly for more updates about times and locations.
Career Workshops for International Graduate Students
The Office of Grad and Postdoc Studies will be holding a series of Career Workshops.
This workshop is designed for graduate students in their dissertation period and postdoctoral fellows and will provide information about the career search.
Careers in Academia II: The Interview Process
Tuesday, November 10th at 6:00 p.m.
In this session you’ll learn what to expect and prepare within the interview process: phone interview skills, what to anticipate at an onsite interview, preparing for the job talk and sample class, and negotiating a job offer.
CV Writing Workshop
Thursday, October 22nd at 12:00 p.m.
For international students considering academic careers
Resume Writing Workshop
Wednesday, November 18th at 12:00 p.m.
For international students considering careers outside of academia.
The mission of the Office of International Students and Scholars is to provide leadership in the internationalization of Tulane University by supporting the Tulane international community and facilitating cross-cultural interaction. By way of support, OISS offers quality programs and services and ensures compliance with federal immigration regulations.
Our strong belief is that a vibrant international community enriches Tulane University and the New Orleans community and is an essential component to understanding our role within the global community.