Main Street: The Lost Dream of Route 66 is an exhibition of photographs by Pulitzer-Prize winning photographer Edward Keating. It is the result of 11 years of travel along Route 66 – the 2,400 mile stretch between Chicago and Santa Monica. Called the "mother road" in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, Route 66 has […]
We invite the TU community to explore the profound impacts of inner experiences through the "Inner Journeys" exhibit. Dive into the insights of Albert Einstein's thought experiments, William Blake's mystical verse, and surreal artworks. Discover how these experiences inform mental health treatments, from hallucinogenic substances to meditation. The exhibit is divided into four chapters, each […]
The 2023–24 season at the Alexandre Hogue Gallery continues with Rebecca Drolen’s exhibition ‘Unstable Entity.' Unstable Entity uses photographs and architectural constructs to explore balancing and tipping points within culturally unstable expectations of female strength, resilience, and bodily performance. The work compares physical bodily forms to ad-hoc assemblages that are tenuously balanced using common building […]
Tulsa Time is an in-person 2-day visit program that helps prospective students envision their life at TU. The program begins on Sunday afternoon and ends on Monday afternoon. TU does […]
TU students, faculty and staff, please join the Collins College of Business in welcoming Ken McQueen, Secretary of Energy and Environment for the state of Oklahoma, as a guest lecturer. […]
Stop by the Baptist Collegiate Ministries building for free hot lunch, beverages, and ice cream every Monday! ALL TU students, faculty and staff are welcome!
TU community join the Department of Anthropology and Sociology for a public oral defense by Forrest Valkai.