Friday, February 12, 2016

Weekly Newsletter

Welcome Back to the OSA's Weekly Newsletter! 
We hope that you've had a safe and happy Mardi Gras, and are getting readjusted to your classes and daily routines.

Remember, the deadline for Fall 2016 study abroad is just 3 short days away, so make sure to finish up your application this weekend!

Important Upcoming Deadlines:

    - FALL 2016 study abroad application due Feb. 15th
             - SUMMER 2016 study abroad application due March 1st

Opportunities Abroad this Summer:

International Internships Deadlines to Apply: Feb. 15th (2nd session)
GRIT Scholars Deadline to Apply: Feb. 19th

International Events in New Orleans:

1. Qui a tué Alain Sassin? An Interactive Murder Mystery
Friday, February 12, 2016 @ 6 pm
Alliance Française of New Orleans, 1519 Jackson Avenue
Featuring PHD student of Tulane's French & Italian department

2. Vietnamese New Year in New Orleans
February 12-14, 2016
Mary Queen of Vietnam Church, 14001 Dwyer Blvd
Event features food, carnival games, dragon dances, concerts and more!

International Events at Tulane:

1. Héctor Hoyos: "Interpretation and Literacy Agency"
The Department of Spanish and Portuguese presents a takl by Dr. Héctos Hoyos, Assistant Professor of Latin American literature and culture at Stanford University. 
Friday, February 12, 2016 @ 4:30 pm
Jones Hall 100A, Greenleaf Conference Room

2. The 21st Annual Summit on Environmental Law & Policy
The Tulane Law School presents their annual summit featuring panels on international water rights, endangered species protection, solar energy protection and more!
February 19th and 20th
Tulane's Uptown Campus, Weimann Hall
More info: 

Photo via Courtney Foster, sand boarding on the Dunas de Concon in Viña del Mar, Chile during her Fall 2015 SIT program in Arica, Chile

Interesting Reads:

Did you know?

In 2014, Germany officially abolished college tuition fees, even for international students.

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