Michael Cooper, president of Bernhard’s Sustainability Division, leads a group of A. B. Freeman School of Business energy students on a tour of Tulane’s central energy plant. Bernhard has made a bold commitment, dubbed the “360 Promise,” to hire 360 Tulane graduates over the next three decades. The program is a partnership between Bernhard and the Tulane Energy Institute, a world-renowned component of the A. B. Freeman School of Business.
Award-winning writers Natalie Diaz and Daniel Alarcón are keynote speakers for International Education Week, which takes place Nov. 14-16. Alarcón’s work explores the social, cultural and linguistic ties that connect people throughout Latin America and the United States. Diaz is devoted to language advocacy work and preserving the Mojave language. Read more on the Tulane news site.
The first writer after World War II to use Konzentrationslager — “concentration camp” — in German-language literature, Ilse Aichinger was a major voice in the work of memory of the Holocaust. Read more on the Tulanian site.
The 2022 Partners for Advancing Health Equity Summit: On the Front Lines of Equity and Justice invites leaders in health equity and justice to take part in an in-depth experience of learning and collaboration to promote actionable change in health equity research, practice and policies. The summit will take place Dec. 4-6 at the Hyatt Regency in downtown New Orleans. There is an option to attend the event virtually. The summit will feature multiple plenaries, breakout sessions and workshops, as well as opportunities to experience the culture and history of New Orleans. Registration is free. Partners for Advancing Health Equity (P4HE Collaborative) is a national Robert Wood Johnson Foundation-funded collaborative of scholars, funders, community members and private sector representatives. The summit is organized by the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine. Visit the School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine website for more information.
Emilie Taylor Welty, director of Architecture at the School of Architecture and design-build manager at the Albert and Tina Small Center for Collaborative Design, shares her optimism about architectural education and the work of Tulane’s School of Architecture.
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Trivia Frazier, a pioneer in the life sciences, and Katy Williamson, a foundation director, have joined the board of Tulane, the university’s main governing body.
Allison Emmerson, archaeologist at the School of Liberal Arts, discusses using Apple technology to excavate the ancient city of Pompeii.
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