Centers, Institutes and Affiliates
Founded in 2011, the Alexis de Tocqueville Project in Law, Liberty, and Morality was established to promote scholarship and discourse in moral and political thought.
The mission of Center Austria is to direct international student and faculty mobility between the University of New Orleans and universities in Austria. Center Austria promotes the communication and extension of Austrian and Central European culture through scholarly and artistic activities and academic partnerships.
UNO-CHART is an applied social science hazards research center at The University of New Orleans that collaborates with Louisiana communities including the City of New Orleans and its surrounding parishes.
The mission of the Eisenhower Center is the study of the causes, conduct, and consequences of American national security policy and the use of force as an instrument of policy in the twentieth century.
The Greater New Orleans Archaeology Program is a resource for private and public property owners, planners, and concerned citizens about archaeological issues in the greater New Orleans area.
For 35 years, the Greater New Orleans Writing Project at UNO has been dedicated to improving writing and the teaching of writing throughout the Greater New Orleans area. We're a site of The National Writing Project, an organization funded by the US Department of Education.
The Ethel and Herman Midlo Center for New Orleans Studies promotes understanding of New Orleans history, politics, culture and public policy issues, particularly civil rights, sponsoring and participating in events that bring together scholars on special topics relating to New Orleans.
We started at our neighborhood public school, John McDonogh Senior High, with the idea of our students investigating their worlds. For a year, the students wrote, photographed, interviewed and edited. In June of 2005, we brought out five books—collaborative ethnographies—about New Orleans.
The mission of The Ogden Museum of Southern Art, University of New Orleans, is to broaden the knowledge of the visual arts and culture of the American South through its permanent collections, changing exhibitions, educational programs and its Goldring-Woldenberg Institute for the Advancement of Southern Art and Culture.
An independent academic survey unit offering high quality research services to people inside and outside of the University. We provide training and experience in survey research to graduate and undergraduate students.
From our first Festival of just 500 attendees, we've gone on to toast our 25th anniversary in 2011. Read up on our history, accomplishments, and what people are saying about us.
The UNO St. Claude Gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to showing the work of University of New Orleans M.F.A. candidates and faculty as well as exhibitions in conjunction with district and community events.
The MITC is focused on maritime and intermodal transportation projects affecting New Orleans, the greater metropolitan region, as well as the state and the Gulf Coast region. MITC has undertaken numerous maritime research projects that focus on transportation related issues that affect economic development in Louisiana.
The National WWII Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world - why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today - so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn.