MADISON- Tulane University students are planting their own kind of seeds to take to market.
The six enrolled in the graphics arts class on the local campus are helping the City of Madison create a logo for the new Downtown Madison Farmers Market opening on May 13. read full article
Madison is the site of Tulane's newest campus, located at the corner of Main Street and US Highway 51. The campus enrolls part-time students seeking undergraduate credit in the liberal arts, sciences, business studies, media arts, and computing.
Madison Campus non-credit course offerings
(open to the public)
Microsoft Excel I June 27, 2014 Instructor: Beth Wynn
This course provides hands-on, introductory training in Microsoft Excel. Topics introduced include the Ribbon interface; entering and editing data; selecting cells and ranges; printing worksheets; creating formulas, and functions; formatting cell contents; inserting and deleting columns, rows, and cells; charts; and more. Time: 10:30am-1:30pm Cost: $10
Introduction to Photoshop July 11, 2014 Instructor: Karlos Taylor This course will touch the basics of Photoshop use for production on screen and for print purposes. Photoshop itself is capable of a great range of projects, and students will be exposed to software functions that may open them to better exploration of the tool. Time: 10:30am-1:30pm Cost: $10
Website Development July 18, 2014 Instructor: Beth Wynn This course provides hands-on, introductory training in creating your Webpage. You will learn basic web development languages, web development tools, web design, styles and any other tips and tricks you can use. Time: 10:30am-1:30pm Cost: $10
Writing your Personal Memoir II July 25, 2014 Instructor: Virginia Earnest This course is a continuation from Personal Memoir part I. You will learn more about the nature of a memoir and what you should include and exclude. This course is designed to help you continue writing your memoirs. Time: 10:30am-1:30pm Cost: $10
Achieving Calm in the Midst of Chaos August 1, 2014 Instructor: Chris Webb Learn how stressors affect you psychologically and physiologically. Practice techniques to handle immediate stress, and review lifestyle behavior modifications that may improve your health and wellness. Topics include deep breathing and visualization exercises, positive self-talk, time management and more. Time: 10:30am-1:30pm Cost: $10
All workshops will be held at our Madison, MS Campus. For registration information please visit the Madison Campus, call (601) 605-0007, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.