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Come visit this interactive student showcase held by upperclassmen from Arts for Social Impact, a class based in the Taylor Center for Design Thinking and Social Innovation. There will be a variety of different projects on display, each representing a unique intersection between arts and society. Paint a rain barrel, participate in a multimedia art show, and browse the beautiful art pieces on display. There will be free food and coffee! Click here to RSVP on Facebook.

The Tulane University Police Department (TUPD), along with other law enforcement agencies across the United States, will joins forces with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) in the National Take Back Initiative! This event allows citizens to anonymously submit unwanted prescription drugs, which are then properly secured, weighed, and collected by representatives of the DEA for proper disposal.
The event will take place on Saturday, April 27, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at three collection sites:

Join the Lavin-Bernick Center for University Life, Newcomb Art Museum, University Marketing, and Parent Programs for an afternoon of crafting to jazz up your mortar board and/or umbrella for graduation! We will provide basic crafting supplies... you just bring your mortar board and an umbrella (see below on how to claim one!). When you are done, snap a picture and share with family and friends so they know how to find you at graduation!
The event is open to graduating students ONLY.

Join us for a Social Innovation Conversation featuring Ann Yoachim, director of the Small Center for Collaborative Design and Dr. Zaza Kabayadondo, learning scientist and Taylor Senior Fellow. Ann and Zaza will lead a lively discussion around similarities and differences between public interest design, human-centered design, design thinking for social impact, and other themes.

This weekend bootcamp that teaches the basics of human-centered design for social impact. Learn via short cycles of individual and group practice, including direct work in the community. The FAST 48 serves graduate students at Tulane, as well as staff, faculty, educators, and community organizations interested in learning design thinking for their practice, research, or organizational programs. We welcome artists, creative types, and local social entrepreneurs!

TUCP is proud to present its Spring Speaker Series! No tickets are required, and the event is free and open to the public!
Doors: 6:30 pm
Show: 7 pm
Megan Twohey is a prize-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times who has focused much of her attention on the treatment of women and children. Along with a team of reporters who exposed sexual harassment and misconduct across industries, she was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for public service in 2018.

Drop by Freeman Auditorium in the Woldenberg Art Center at Tulane University for a free screening of two films documenting treatment of formerly and currently incarcerated women.

Title: "The Archive of the Enslaved: Power Enslavement, and the Production of the Past"
During this presentation, Dr. Montalvo will discuss her current book project, The Archive of the Enslaved: Power Enslavement, and the Production of the Past, a legal history of slavery, capitalism, and freedom that narrows in the everyday business of slavery in the antebellum courtroom to examine the relationship between the production of property and the production of the past.
Maria R. Montalvo is the Bonquois Postdoctoral Fellow in Women’s History in the Gulf

Title: “In Treatment: Psychiatry and the Archives of Modern Sexuality”

Please join us for an interactive panel discussion on issues surrounding emerging technology in the energy sector. Moderated by Tulane University Senior Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Patrick Norton, the panel features representatives from Entergy Corporation and various Tulane departments. The program includes networking from 11:00 - 11:30, a light lunch, and the option to tour Entergy's Advanced Metering Infrastructure Lab following the discussion. Open to all Tulane community members. Registration is required.