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Altman Engages  -  Sep 18, 2015
Each year, Altman Scholars attend various events on campus and reflect, drawing connections between these scholarly presentations and the Altman curriculum. Altman Senior, Nate Benjamin, recently attended Dr. Ilan Tojerow's talk, "Reading, Writing, Arithmetic...and Religions?" This event was co-... more
Summer Scholars: John McGuire  -  Sep 14, 2015
Sophomore Scholar John McGuire '18 also went from the Altman study abroad program in Costa Rica this summer an internship at City Eventions and City Outdoor, advertising companies in New York City. Read below to learn about John's awesome experiences: This summer, I worked at City Outdoor and City... more
Altman Co-Presents: "Reading, Writing, Arithmetic...and Religions?  -  Sep 09, 2015
Tulane University Jewish Studies Speaker's Series and the Altman Program in International Business will co-sponsor a talk given by Dr. Ilan D. Tojerow, Assistant Professor at the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management (SBS-EM) at the Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB). Dr. Tojerow's... more
Summer Scholars: Caroline Blatt  -  Aug 31, 2015
Sophomore Scholar Caroline Blatt '18 went from the Altman study abroad program in Costa Rica this summer straight to a ten-week internship at Dodge & Cox, an investment management firm in San Francisco. She tells us about her amazing experience below: This past summer I was very fortunate to... more
The Altman Experience: Rising Sophomore Study Abroad  -  Aug 14, 2015
As rising Altman freshmen were preparing to begin their Tulane and Altman careers, rising juniors were busily preparing for study abroad, and our first cohort of seniors was preparing to return to New Orleans for their final year on campus, our rising sophomores left New Orleans after exams and... more
The Altman Experience: The Spring 2015 Altman End-of-Year Picnic  -  May 28, 2015
After two weeks of thunderstorms, the Altman crew lucked out last week for our end-of-year picnic at the Fly in Audubon Park! We welcomed our freshmen and sophomores who were finishing up their semesters to mingle with the few juniors who had made it back to campus following their study abroad... more
The Altman Program in the News: Jeffrey Altman in Visit to Tulane Campus  -  Jun 20, 2014
"Spend your time wisely and use your youth to learn and experience as much as possible," said Jeffrey Altman during the gathering with Altman Scholars in Spring 2014. This and other pieces of advice came Altman, benefactor of Altman Program. He also listened to what the Scholars had to say about... more
The Altman Program Scholars in the News: Ethan Levy  -  Jan 01, 2014
Ethan Levy, one of 15 students in the first cohort of Altman Scholars, has been recently featured in Tulane's School of Liberal Arts newsletter. As the article pointed out, Ethan is a natural-born entrepreneur. While in middle school, he devised a way to profit when his friends outgrew their... more
New Program Aims to Produce Global Scholars  -  Nov 02, 2012
This fall, Tulane University launched a new interdisciplinary program aimed at preparing students to take on the challenges of an increasingly interconnected world. It combines business savvy with global thinking say professors of practice Myke Yest and Casey Love, who co-direct the program. The... more
The Altman Program: $8.3 Million Gift Funds New Dual Degree  -  Feb 04, 2011
The Jeffrey A. Altman Foundation has pledged $8.3 million to Tulane University to establish a new dual-degree program in business and international studies. Similar programs are available at only a handful of select universities nationwide. The first cohort of Altman scholars will enter the... more

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