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The Altman Program supports events that promote an integrated approach towards liberal arts and business disciplines, address the interconnectedness of today's globalized world, and touch upon changing opportunities in global economies, politics, and culture - both from academic and practical points of views. Sign up to receive email notification of Altman-sponsored events.

Keeping up With Altmans: Kaitlyn Taylor Interns With Title IX Office  -  Aug 04, 2020
Kaitlyn Taylor of the 2022 cohort spent her summer in New Orleans participating in a remote internship with Tulane's Title IX Office. She sent us a synopsis of her experience and shared what she has learned during her internship: "This summer, I have the pleasure of interning for the Title IX... more
Keeping up with Altmans: Caroline Richter in the Global Scholars Fellowship Program  -  Jul 20, 2020
Caroline Richter's Global Scholars Fellowship Program Cohort   Caroline Richter of the 2022 Altman cohort participated in the Global Scholars Fellowship Program with the Global Livingston Institute, an international development organization based in Colorado and Uganda. This remote fellowship is... more
Keeping up with Altmans: Sage Beleau's Research on Racial Integration  -  Jun 23, 2020
Sage successfully defends his thesis in Spring 2020. Photo from Providence Classical Academy. Sage Beleau of the 2024 cohort is joining the Altman Program from Providence Classical Academy in Bossier City, LA. For his high school senior capstone project, he researched the economic and academic... more
Thinking about graduate school in public policy or international affairs?  -  Mar 10, 2020
Briana Suarez, International Admissions and Operations Manager with the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs, will answer questions about:    Selecting a graduate program  Preparing an application  Paying for school  Career opportunities  And more!   DATE: Monday, March 16 ... more
How a Washington Assassination Brought Pinochet’s Terror State to Justice, March 25, 2020  -  Feb 20, 2020
A Lecture by Alan McPherson of Temple University Date: Wednesday, March 25, 2020 Time: 4 pm Location: Greenleaf Conference Room, Stone Center for Latin American Studies, 100 Jones Hall Sponsored by the Stone Center for Latin American Studies, the Altman Program in International Studies &... more
Keeping up with Altmans: Alec Devaprasad Conducts Research in Mexico  -  Feb 05, 2020
Alec Devaprasad of the 2021 cohort spent his summer in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, conducting an independent research project on the region’s education system. He interviewed individuals at various institutions, including Centro Victoria Casa de Hogar, Colegio Juan de la Barrera, and Universidad... more
Altman Program Lecture Series Fall 2019  -  Jan 29, 2020
The Altman Program sponsors both formal lectures open to the general Tulane population and informal talks by prominent figures in the business and liberal arts fields. Let’s take a look at some moments from events during the Fall 2019 semester. October 31, 2019 - HE Ivan Korcok, Ambassador... more
America's Love-Hate Relationship with The Bomb: U.S. Nuclear Policy in the 21st Century, November 14, 2019  -  Sep 30, 2019
Alexandra Bell, Senior Policy Director at the Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation, will give a lecture on current nuclear policy of the United States. Date:  Thursday, November 14, 2019 Time: 4:30 pm Location: Rogers Chapel, 1229 Broadway St.   
Refugees Crises Now: U.S. and UNHCR Policy in a Global Perspective, November 19, 2019  -  Sep 27, 2019
Jana Mason, U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees A closer look at the Americas, Syria, and the Rohingya Date: Tuesday, November 19, 2019 Time: 4 pmLocation: Diboll Gallery, The Commons This lecture is part of the Refugee Speaker Series at Tulane. Free and Open to the Public Questions? Please email... more
Velvet Revolution: 30 Years Later, October 31, 2019  -  Sep 27, 2019
HE Ivan Korcok, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Slovak Republic to the United States, Washington, D.C. Ambassador Korcok will speak about the 1989 events that resulted in the fall of the totalitarian regime and the re-introduction of democracy in the former Czechoslovakia. Date... more

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