The Tulane University Chapter of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) met for its third annual pumpkin decorating event on Thursday, Oct. 13, on the Uptown Campus.
Hands-on opportunities like those available through the Media + Design program in the Tulane School of Professional Advancement benefit both the students and the
“At Work” is a digital and onsite portrait series that showcases a sample of careers in which graduates of the Tulane School of Professional Advancement are found.
Fourteen faculty members were honored by the Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) during the annual Faculty Convocation held Friday, March 25, on the Uptown campus.
Renowned designer and author Chip Kidd gave a raw assessment of the journey called his career during a lecture on the Uptown campus of Tulane University.
Twenty-four of the 32 winning entries will advance to the district competition.
In 2019, Tamzen Jenkins earned a Post-baccalaureate Certificate in Graphic Design from SoPA’s Media+Design program. See where she is now.
The school’s “Most Valuable Professionals” received VIP treatment including free game tickets, sideline access, and a SoPA gift bag.
The Tulane University Chapter of American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) hosted its annual pumpkin
A colorful, new student-designed mural welcomes visitors with the message that SoPA is “Where You Belong.”
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