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safeTALK Suicide Alertness training with Patty Rives. New Orleans Hampton Inn & Suites, 1201 Convention Center Blvd, Antonine Room, N.O. LA 70130.  To register or inquire:

Email—Patty Rives @


Participants will discuss what we communicate with our grading; the impact that grades and grading have on teaching and learning; addressing issues of equity and maintaining quality standards. Breckenridge, A. (2014); Walvoord & Anderson (1998).

Contact Dr. Breckenridge ( or 504-988-9916) to enroll.

National Networking Night, with Tulane University Alumni Association

With Elaine Hicks. 


Please join Elaine Hicks, our research, education, and public health librarian, for an open workshop. Bring your laptop. Get help with whatever your  need du jour- from help with literature searching citation management (RefWorks) to locating Data and Statistics PubMed. 

Please REGISTER by DATE! Select one of the slots listed below!

Students will learn how to manage and organize bibliographic information in order to create machine-processed bibliographies for academic papers.

 Register here:

Short Term Mentoring Program with Dr. Sue Griffey, applications due, program runs through December 

Have you looked at your resume since returning to campus? Now is your chance! Take advantage of this program to get feedback on your resume or CV and have a short conversation about your career plans for the semester. Bring your laptop or a paper copy of your document. 

All SPHTM Graduate Student Teaching Assistants (TAs) must complete a mandatory one-hour training session to work as a TA. 

The objective of the workshop is to provide a toolkit for our TAs where ethics, academic standards, best practices, honor code, payroll, etc. are discussed. This workshop is a coordinated effort between the Office of Academic Affairs and the Office of Student Affairs and it is envisioned to be a partnership with the School’s Faculty in enhancing the teaching and learning experience at the SPHTM.