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Chapman Hall

Chapman Hall, originally built in 1971 to house the College of Nursing, was the most modern nursing training center in the nation at the time. Currently, Chapman Hall is the home of the Henry Kendall College of Arts and Sciences.

2830 East 5th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700

Upcoming Events

"Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters" Documentary Screening

University of Tulsa Photo Club will be screening Gregory Crewdson: Brief Encounters on Wednesday February 21 at 7 p.m. in Chapman Hall Lecture Hall. Free...

2/21 7pm
“America's Classical Music”? 100 Years of Constructing and Challenging the Jazz Canon

The University of Tulsa Institute for Bob Dylan Studies and the Department of History are proud to announce a talk on Jazz and American Society by Iain...

2/26 3:30pm
Meet a Muslim

Get a free vegetarian lunch and have a discussion about Islam with someone of the faith. Sponsored by the Little Blue House & the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth...

2/28 12pm
Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar Lecture

Dispossession, Racism, and the Environment Drawing on more than 20 years of research in the Pacific Island country of Papua New Guinea, Paige West,...

3/12 7pm

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Ramola Rajagopal

Ramola Rajagopal left a review 11/14/2017

First hand accounts from survivors was a very sobering experience, not to mention the account of the Americans involved in making or crafting the bombs in the States. The secrecy to which these Americans were sworn, and the isolation they had to endure are reminiscent of iron curtain countries. Wow, eye opening ! Communism, dictatorial, freedom of speech these, are all relative it seems. Certain dark pursuits warrant regimental conditions and the attendant restrictions. Never mind the inconvenience it causes and to whom.

hpl2375

hpl2375 left a positive review 11/4/2017

Super interesting and informative! Great history and application to current events!

Platner, Paul Steven

Platner, Paul Steven left a positive review 4/8/2015

The presentation was very informative. The speaker presented it on a level where the lay person could easily understand the concepts.