On Saturday, November 3, from 9:00Am to 1:00PM Tulane CACTUS will be hosting Clean-a-Catch Basin Day in partnership with the Tulane University Center for Public Service and the New Orleans Office of Neighborhood Engagement. The event will be dedicated to servicing Uptown’s clogged catch basins. All members of the Tulane community are invited to participate, … Continue reading CACTUS – Clean-a-Catch Basin Day
On Tuesday, November 6, Tulane CACTUS will be hosting an Ethical Service in Disasters Panel to follow up our screening of Poverty, Inc. We have invited a panel of speakers to come speak about the ethics and issues in disaster relief and serving communities affected by disasters. This panel will be catered by Felipe’s, and … Continue reading CACTUS – Ethical Service in Disasters Panel
On Tuesday, October 30, Tulane CACTUS will be hosting a screening of the documentary Poverty, Inc. in Jones Hall 102 from 6:00PM to 8:00PM with food from Ba Chi catered for the event. The film explores themes related to disaster education, community service, and the industry behind foreign aid.
We are looking for some student research assistants to make recruitment calls for a large randomized, controlled trial. The primary job responsibility would be to make recruitment calls to potential study participants to inform them about the study and assess their eligibility. Some data entry and scheduling in Redcap would also be required. Applicants must … Continue reading Research Assistant Opportunity
Deadline to apply: Tuesday, October 30, 10:00 p.m. Newcomb College Institute has five open positions for undergraduate students to have a paid internship at local reproductive rights and reproductive health organizations during spring 2019. To learn more and apply, click here, or email Clare Daniel at email@example.com.