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Enhancing Tulane Students' Experiences: Building on our Existing Strengths for Sustained Excellence and Student Success - Shared screen with speaker view
Beth Wee
28:46
Webinar is being recorded.
Kimberly Foster (she/her)
33:11
Remember to use the Q& A for your questions. I will try to monitor this chat as well, in case you have trouble finding the Q&A.
BrandE Faupell
36:38
So if we want to increase diversity and have full equity and inclusion, the system itself needs to change. Any first steps you can suggest?
John Dobry
49:03
Parents
Karen Weissbecker
01:03:10
Shout out to the Tulane Center for Academic Equity
Celeste Lay
01:04:03
What's your take on why young men are opting out of college, and what suggestions do you have to engage these men while they're in college?
Dylan Lucia
01:13:48
Thank you, that was very interesting!
Kimberly Foster (she/her)
01:14:43
If your question was not answered in session 1, we will address as many as we can at the end session.
Kimberly Foster (she/her)
01:14:54
Thanks for all the great and provocative questions.
Beth Wee
01:46:33
I think this question was referring to non-faculty staff like the academic advisors who work so hard.
Celeste Lay
02:00:32
At least half go abroad
newcomb-tulane college
02:00:37
50%
Casey Love
02:00:42
Yes. Nearly 50%
Siena Farrar
02:00:51
Many students are doggedly still trying to go abroad, Lee :). NTC Office of Study Abroad has 100+ students abroad this semester, even!
Siena Farrar
02:01:42
Many students are doggedly still trying to go abroad, Lee :). NTC Office of Study Abroad has 100+ students abroad this semester, even! - Study Abroad Advisor
Liv Newman
02:03:17
Thank you! This has been a fantastic experience!!
Solange Abdulnour-Nakhoul
02:03:30
Thank you
Kimberly Charlesworth
02:03:36
Thank you everyone!
Siena Farrar
02:04:23
Thank you!
Beth Wee
02:04:25
Thanks, Dick! :)
Sarah Spromberg
02:04:33
Thank you!