Join TU's Oklahoma Center for the Humanities for a historical look at Oklahoma’s unique sports scene. Stop by 101 Archer to learn more about Oklahoma sports through the decades - from the state's professional teams like the Thunder, Drillers, and Oilers, to smaller community teams like the Roughneck Roller Derby, to All-Native softball teams and […]
TU and Tulsa community join the School of Art, Design & Art History for an exhibition of artworks by the Tulsa native and TU graduate, Daniel Lang. Upon his death in 2013, Lang donated a large collection of paintings and prints to The University of Tulsa, which have been housed in Special Collections at McFarlin […]
TU community join The Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion to celebrate Black history with Black inventors and innovators.
The Tulsa community is invited to join the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at “Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints” exhibition that documents the history and development of the handmade designs and patterns on textiles that originated in Indonesia and were copied and industrialized by Europeans and exported to Africa. The exhibition, curated by Dr. Gifty […]
TU students join Campus Recreation for intramural soccer leagues, below is scheduled events: Men - Monday and Wednesday's Women - Tuesday and Thursday's Register online here.
The Student Research Colloquium was established in 1998 to provide TU students with an opportunity to gain public speaking experience, learn about research from fields outside their own academic discipline, and experience judging methods used by professional organizations for national and international meetings/conferences. For more information, contact the Research Colloquium Committee at email@example.com. Complete the […]
TU faculty, staff, and students are invited to stop by the Kendall College of Arts & Sciences, located in the first-floor hallway of Tyrrell Hall, for snacks and refreshments on Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or while supplies last!)
TU students join the Office for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion celebrates diversity with presentations from the porch every Wednesday at noon.
The notion of role responsibility plays a crucial role in professional ethics. Despite extensive discussions on role responsibility in fields such as medicine, engineering, business, journalism, and law, the exploration of this notion in the context of the classical music profession remains largely uncharted. This is surprising, especially given the significant attention that the concept […]
Free and open to all - Join the School of Art, Design and Art History welcomes Erin Shaw as the 2024 Ruth Mayo Distinguished Visiting Artist. Erin Shaw is a painter of borderlands, the spaces between worlds. As a visual storyteller, the child of an Oklahoma farm, Shaw tills the rich soil of dichotomy through […]
TU students, join the History Club as we watch Mississippi Masala! In a time when death ran rampant in Uganda, love managed to persist halfway across the world. In this “spicy” romantic comedy, two people from two different cultures try to prove that love is about more than where you come from. Free Indian food […]
TU community join the Department of English for a book launch and reading by Christopher Stewart. Christopher Stewart is co-author of The Walmart Republic. His poems have appeared in Bryant Literary Review, The Perch, Connecticut River Review, and many other journals. His work frequently addresses themes concerning mental illness and recovery. In his academic career, […]
TU students are invited to join SAB and Res Life for a movie night with three options for you and your friends. Bring your blankets, they've got snacks!