The student advertising team from the Tulane School of Professional Advancement (SoPA)
Tulane’s M.Ed program highlights New Orleans as an incubator of teacher education rooted in the city’s history of educational reform.
Early on in his studies, AJ Durand learned how digital design could be harnessed to find solutions for societal problems.
On Friday, April 21, 2023, SoPA hosted its annual induction ceremony for Alpha Sigma Lambda, the national honor society for non-traditional and part-time students in higher education.
The certifications are available to students across all disciplines as well as non-degree students already employed in the workforce who want to enhance their skills and advance their careers.
The two new degrees are online, interactive, and aligned with industry standards to prepare adult students returning to college for rewarding careers in business or human resource management.
The Tulane School of Professional Advancement has launched a Master of Teaching (MAT) degree to develop more certified teachers for Louisiana schools.
New Orleans recognizes National Black Philanthropy Month thanks to the work of a Tulane School of Professional Advancement faculty member.
Thirteen School of Professional Advancement (SoPA) faculty members were recognized for exceptional teaching and service to the University through the nomination of students and program directors
SoPA Media + Design Program Director Rebecca Carr was named Advertising Club of New Orleans’ “Educator of the Year” at the Advertising Club of New Orleans’ ADDY Awards Program on Friday, Feb. 3.
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