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Keeping up with Altmans  -  Aug 03, 2017
  Rising Junior Kate Hahn-Madole recently attended the Public Leadership Education Network (PLEN) seminar on "Women in Global  Policy." The Altman Program, along with the Newcomb College Institute, supported her trip to the seminar in Washington. While in DC, she got to network with established... more
Keeping up with Altmans: Rising Senior Grant Lewis' Accelerated Summer  -  Jun 20, 2016
Rising Altman senior Grant Lewis (far left) spent his entire junior year abroad, first in Buenos Aires, Argentina on the IFSA-Butler Argentine Universities Program, and then in Madrid, Spain at Tulane's partner, ICADE (which you can read about on our blog). Immediately following his time abroad,... more
Keeping Up with Altmans: A Summer on Capitol Hill  -  Jun 12, 2016
Rising Altman Junior Danny Finley was busy on Capitol Hill before heading off for his Year Abroad in Brazil and Spain! Just after landing in Rio, Danny sent this dispatch about his summer as a Legislative Intern for Congressman Cedric Richmond. What an exciting time to be working in Washington, D.... more
Keeping up with Altmans: Senior Nate Benjamin awarded a Fulbright  -  May 05, 2016
Nathan "Nate" Benjamin just graduated from Tulane as a member of the inaugural class of Altman Scholars who were admitted back in 2012. While on campus, he majored in Political Economy (B.A.) and Management (B.S.M.), became President of the Model U.N. club and studied abroad in San Jose, Costa Rica... more
Congratulations to Amanda Verdi, Altman's First Boren Scholar  -  Apr 25, 2016
Congratulations are in order as the Altman Program celebrates rising junior, Amanda Verdi, who is the recipient of the Altman Program's first-ever David L. Boren Scholarship for study abroad. The Boren Scholarship Program, which is an initiative of the US Government's National Security Education... more
Altman Interdisciplinary Lectures Series - Jo Cavanagh, OAM, CEO of Family Life  -  Apr 25, 2016
The Altman Program is excited to co-sponsor, along with the Tulane School of Social Work, a lecture by Jo Cavanagh, "Social Enterprise & Frugal Innovation: Strategies for Social Change, Impact & Wellbeing from a Community-Owned Nonprofit Model in Australia." The purpose of the Altman... more
Altman Scholar Molly Noonan to intern on Conan  -  Apr 15, 2016
While finishing up her sophomore year in the Altman Program at Tulane University, Communication and Management major Molly Noonan stopped by the Altman office with some great news - she'd secured an internship writing for Conan in Los Angeles! Given that she'll be doing comedy writing all summer,... more
Altman Scholars in the World: Altman Seniors visit Cuba  -  Mar 28, 2016
Three seniors in the Altman Program received an Altman Scholarly Engagement Grant to fund a research excursion to Havana, Cuba. Harley Jackson, Kaila Lopez, and Michael Swanson (all Altman Class of 2016) spent a week in the capital city studying the inner workings of the political, economic, and... more
The Altman Program and Tulane's Stone Center hosts Dr. Edward Fischer  -  Mar 24, 2016
  Dr. Edward Fischer will be visiting Tulane March 31-April 1 and will give a number of talks around campus. Dr. Fischer is Professor of Anthropology and Director of the Center for Latin American Studies (and the Institute for Coffee Studies) at Vanderbilt University. He is also the founder of... more
Altman Scholars in the World: Altman Senior Ethan Levy Meets President Bill Clinton  -  Mar 20, 2016
Altman Senior, Ethan Levy, class of 2016, has been innovating since he started his tenure at Tulane almost four years ago, and all of his entrepreneurship has most recently culminated in the online sharing site, FailUp, a website where students can post their ideas for various ventures and allow... more