Idealist Grad Fair comes to Tulane University on October 16

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Want to change the world? There’s a degree for that! Connect with 60 Graduate Schools that can help you make a difference at the Idealist Graduate Fair.

The Idealist Grad Fair connects prospective students with graduate schools in fields such as public administration, international affairs, education, public policy, public interest law, social work, nonprofit management, global and public health, theology, environmental science, and socially responsible business.

The event is generously hosted by the Payson Center for International Development of Tulane University Law School. Representatives from the Payson Center will be at the fair to meet with prospective students interested in a Master of Science (MS) in International Development, which offers an option to gain one year of field work experience in Panama interning for a United Nations agency. Joint JD/MS and an LLM in Law & Development degrees are also offered.

Event Details
Thursday, October 16, 2014, 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Tulane University - Lavin-Bernick Center
Qatar Ballroom 
29 McAlister Drive, New Orleans, Louisiana, 70118

Parking is limited on campus. View a Campus Map: the Lavin Bernick Center for Student Life is Building 29. Find the LBC on 4Square: http://4sq.com/amoLhZ

Tulane University is accessible by public transportation. For more information please visit New Orleans Regional Transit Authority at http://www.norta.com/.

The Fair is free and open to the public. For more information and to register go to: http://bit.ly/IdealistNO14.

The venue is wheelchair accessible; to request additional accommodations; please contact Idealist at gradfairs@idealist.org as soon as possible.

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