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Bate-papo is a weekly informal Portuguese-language gathering with the PORTulane campus community. All events are on Fridays and on the Jones Hall Patio, though times vary each week. When the weather is unpleasant we will meet at Pj's on Willow Street. We welcome all faculty, staff, undergraduates, graduate students as well as community members and each get-together always includes speakers of diverse proficiency levels, including native speakers.

Bate-papo is a weekly informal Portuguese-language gathering with the PORTulane campus community. All events are on Fridays and on the Jones Hall Patio, though times vary each week. When the weather is unpleasant we will meet at Pj's on Willow Street. We welcome all faculty, staff, undergraduates, graduate students as well as community members and each get-together always includes speakers of diverse proficiency levels, including native speakers.

Bate-papo is a weekly informal Portuguese-language gathering with the PORTulane campus community. All events are on Fridays and on the Jones Hall Patio, though times vary each week. When the weather is unpleasant we will meet at Pj's on Willow Street. We welcome all faculty, staff, undergraduates, graduate students as well as community members and each get-together always includes speakers of diverse proficiency levels, including native speakers.

Bate-papo is a weekly informal Portuguese-language gathering with the PORTulane campus community. All events are on Fridays and on the Jones Hall Patio, though times vary each week. When the weather is unpleasant we will meet at Pj's on Willow Street. We welcome all faculty, staff, undergraduates, graduate students as well as community members and each get-together always includes speakers of diverse proficiency levels, including native speakers.

Bate-papo is a weekly informal Portuguese-language gathering with the PORTulane campus community. All events are on Fridays and on the Jones Hall Patio, though times vary each week. When the weather is unpleasant we will meet at Pj's on Willow Street.

Bate-papo is a weekly informal Portuguese-language gathering with the PORTulane campus community. All events are on Fridays and on the Jones Hall Patio, though times vary each week. When the weather is unpleasant we will meet at Pj's on Willow Street. We welcome all faculty, staff, undergraduates, graduate students as well as community members and each get-together always includes speakers of diverse proficiency levels, including native speakers.

Coffee, king cake and career advice from Dr. Laura Barbas-Rhoden.

Online information session to go over 2023 Summer funding opportunities sponsored through the Stone Center for Latin American Studies for Graduate Students across the university who are conducting research in the Latin American and Caribbean region. During this session, we will not only talk about field research funding opportunities, but also relevant intensive language study funding opportunities. 

This event will launch the TIERA (Tulane Interdisciplinary Environmental Research and Action) program, a rebranded structuring for the Ecuador program. Learn about the exciting research your peers are conducting as we celebrate the newly launched program. There will be food and drink available, and an engaging program to learn more about this program and how you can get involved. Please RSVP on Wavesync! 

Fnd out more about opportunities to study in Latin America! We will also provide information on our undergraduate major/minor, and hand out fun, Latin American inspired keychains!

 

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