Grand openings are about beginnings, inspired ideas, and a fresh place for those ideas to take root and grow. That’s what the new interdisciplinary learning space in the Caroline Richardson Hall on the uptown campus celebrated Wednesday, August 30. The Public Health Undergraduate program and Newcomb College Institute’s Gender Studies program have joined forces to create a new space for collaborations and idea-sharing for the two flourishing programs.
Leadership from both programs recognized their natural synergy at the reception, and dedicated the space as a resource to support continued student growth and excellence. The reception also welcomed Liz Langlois (pictured below on the left) as the new Public Health Undergraduate program director.
Liz Langlois, Public Health Undergraduate program director, talking with reception guest.
SPHTM and NCI faculty and staff look on as Tulane Provost Robin Forman talks about the collaboration.
From R to L: SPHTM Dean Pierre Buekens, Tulane Provost Robin Forman, Associate Dean of Undergraduate Education Joseph Keating, and Newcomb College Institute Director Sally Kenney.
SPHTM Dean Buekens and Tulane Provost Forman talk with Associate Dean Keating and Newcomb College Institute Director Sally Kenney.
Tulane Provost Forman chats with GHMP Chair Mark Diana, Assistant Dean LuAnn White, and GHMP faculty Mollye Demosthenidy.