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The Honors Program offers a residential, cohort experience for freshmen and sophomores. Freshmen in the Honors Program are encouraged to live in Wall Residential College, and Sophomores in Weatherhead Hall. Both communities are led by faculty members who, along with their families, reside in the communities. 

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Truman Scholar 2017

Lilth Winkler-Schor, a Newcomb Scholar from Seattle, Washington, won a  prestigious Truman Scholarship, which provides $30,000 toward graduate school and the opportunity to participate in professional development programming to prepare for a career in public service leadership.

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Tulane graduate Annie Peyton, currently in Thailand as part of the Luce Scholars program. (Photo provided)
Tulane graduate awarded prestigious Luce Scholarship

Annie Peyton, a 2011 graduate of Tulane University, won a prestigious Luce Scholarship for 2016-2017. Peyton, who graduated with scholarly honors from Tulane’s School of Architecture, is currently in Thailand where she is working with a small landscape architecture and urban design firm.

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Kelsey Lacourrege was one of 11 Tulane students to receive a Fulbright award for 2016-17 (photo courtesy of Kelsey Lacourrege).
Tulane is a top producer of US Fulbright students

With 11 students receiving Fulbright awards for 2016-17, Tulane University has been recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs as a top producer of Fulbright winners. 

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Members of the Tulane team hold a model of their winning design. Top row from left to right are: Professor Timothy Schuler, John Robertson and Matthew Gorban. On the bottom row are Afsheen Sajjadi, Ethan Gasta, Otto Lyon and Maxwell Woody. Photo Credit: N
Tulane team wins NASA’s Big Idea Challenge for spacecraft design

Tulane University engineering students’ innovative idea for a flower-shaped, solar-powered space ferry won the top prize in NASA’s BIG Idea Challenge, a national contest to design better ways to assemble spacecraft in space.

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Bria Trosclair (SLA '16) poses with her students in Ruse, Bulgaria.
Bria Trosclair, Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program

Bria Trosclair writes about her experience as a Fulbright English Teacher and the fascinating city of Ruse, Bulgaria where her program and the school where she teaches are located.

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 Jean Danielson Scholar Reva Resstak (2016) at an environmental fair
Jean Danielson Application Live

The Application for the Jean Danielson Memorial Scholarship is live now. Click Read Full story for more information and to access the application.

The Jean Danielson Memorial Scholarship Fund rewards outstanding honors students in financial need with grants for enrichment opportunities during the summer. The Honors Program encourages rising sophomore, junior and senior honors students who are commited to living a life of purpose and intellectual vigor to apply for funds for a research or other field experience in the US or abroad. 

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Summer Research Applications Live

Applications for Summer Research Grants are now live. Click Read Full Story to find the more information and applications to the program.

The Honors Summer Research Program is an opportunity for students to work with a Tulane professor on a scholarly project for six weeks during the Summer. Honors freshmen, sophomores, and juniors in ALL Schools are encouraged to apply, and it is open to students who have no research experience or who already have some experience with research.

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Lipaz Avigal and Giulia Duch, recipients of the Jean Danielson Summer Scholarships
Scholarship Provides Exceptional Opportunity

Tulane University students Giulia Duch and Lipaz Avigal learned firsthand about the complexities of integrating refugees into new communities by speaking with immigrants, NGOs, startups, journalists, and politicians in Europe this summer. “Although camps in Greece receive the most media attention, the interviews in Western Europe show the story doesn’t end when refugees make it to Germany,” said Duch.

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Since 1904, Tulane scholars have been recipients of some of the most prestigious scholarships and fellowships in the academic world.

In 2016-17, Tulane University was recognized by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs as a top producer of Fulbright students.