Tulane Global shapes and supports global engagement at Tulane to further our academic, research and service mission by promoting international research, scholarship, and partnerships; providing operational guidance; and supporting international students and scholars.
Associate Provost for International Affairs; Professor of Practice, Tulane University Law School
Laila Hlass is Tulane’s senior international affairs officer, leading the development of policies, programs and partnerships that advance the international scope of Tulane’s research mission and has oversight over the Director of the Office of International Students and Scholars. Read More...
The International Affairs Advisory Committee is chaired by the Associate Provost for International Affairs and makes recommendations regarding the universities’ priorities, policies and practices for global engagement.
|Tulane School or Office||Committee Member||Title|
|Chair||Laila L. Hlass||Associate Provost for International Affairs, and Professor of Practice, School of Law|
|Architecture||Rubén García Rubio||Assistant Professor|
|Business||Mauricio Gonzalez||Executive Director, Goldring Institute|
|Law||Herbert V. Larson, Jr.||Senior Professor of Practice
Director, International Legal and Graduate Programs
|Medicine||Anjali Niyogi||Associate Professor, Deming Department of Internal Medicine
Assistant Professor of Pediatrics
Director, Formerly Incarcerated Transitions(FIT)Clinic
Co-Director, Resident Initiative in Global Health at Tulane
|Newcomb-Tulane College||Casey Love||Associate Dean and Director, Global Education
Senior Professor of Practice, Dept. of Political Science
Co-Director, Altman Program in International Studies and Business
|Office of International Students & Scholars||Frank Calabrese||Director|
|Provost Office||Ana Lopez||Department Chair, Professor, and Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs|
|Provost Office||Kady Weingart||Assistant Provost for Finance and Operations|
|Public Health||Richard A. Oberhelman||Associate Dean for Global Health
Margaret W. and Eamon M. Kelly Distinguished Chair in International Development
Professor, Dept. of Tropical Medicine
|School of Liberal Arts||Kathy Jack||Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Programs, Professor of Anthropology|
|School of Science and Engineering||Joe Bull||John and Elsie Martinez Biomedical Engineering Chair
Associate Dean of Research, Faculty Affairs and Graduate Studies
|Stone Center||Tom Reese||Executive Director|
|Stone Center||Val McGinley||Director of Planning and Management|
The International Travel Group (ITG) is an advisory group composed of the Associate Provost for Global Affairs, the Global Affairs & Regulatory Compliance Administrator (chair), Executive Director for the Center of Global Education, Director of Study Abroad, Associate Vice President for Enterprise Risk Management, and the Dean for Student Affairs. Additional representatives from appropriate academic and business units of the University will serve on the ITG to advise the Associate Provost for International Affairs regarding health, safety and security policies and practices about whenever a decision is being considered to approve, cancel or suspend education, or research and engagement abroad, depending upon the nature of the travel abroad request in terms of health, safety and security.