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Tyrrell Hall

Tyrrell Hall is home to six state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms. Envisioned as a teaching laboratory, Tyrrell offers a place where faculty can experiment with technology and explore how it might enhance and extend classroom interactions both near and far. Two classrooms accommodate small seminars of 10-15 students; two classrooms are suited to classes with 18-20 students; one classroom accommodates 30 students; and the Ellen G. Adelson Auditorium will seat 108.

Parking after 5:00 p.m. is available in the Westby Hall and McFarlin Library lots. 

2930 East 6th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700

Upcoming Events

Public Radio Tulsa's The Give and Take on Sentencing Reform

Oklahoma’s state prisons are dilapidated, overcrowded and understaffed. Women in Oklahoma are incarcerated at twice the national rate. Two state questions...

2/22 6pm
A Talk with Lisa Lindsay: Atlantic Bonds

Lisa A. Lindsay is a Bowman and Gordon Gray Distinguished Term Associate Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Join her...

3/1 7pm

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mark-rideout

mark-rideout left a positive review 10/25/2017

Dr. Battigelli's talk was incisive, stimulating, funny, and thought-provoking. We are so fortunate that she is in Tulsa to share her scholarship and to work with our students. She played to a standing-room-only crowd for good reason. Many thanks to the Bell family for making this visit possible.

Tom Quiring

Tom Quiring left a positive review 10/9/2017

We enjoyed hearing the views of Drew Edmondson on state problems and what he would do to resolve the problems.

karen-rubio

karen-rubio left a positive review 3/24/2017

Really interesting to learn the history of chocolate in the pre-Colombian times of Mexico. The play was well done, had moments of humor and ended with a spectacular dance scene featuring traditional dancers.

Patricia WIlson

Patricia WIlson left a positive review 8/27/2015

The exhibit and the lecture by John Clanton, photo editor of the Tulsa World, were both fabulous. John talked about getting the shot that has a touch of humor, often through juxtaposition or cuteness, the way photojournalishm has evolved, and answered questions. This was a great way to learn about the subject and about the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities.