Events for September 29 – September 29 › Diversity › – Events Calendar

Self Care Saturday

Allen Chapman Student Union 440 S Gary Ave, Tulsa, OK

Join the Society for Women Minorities in Medicine as we discuss the science behind slowing down with pediatric endocrinologist Dr. Trivedi. We will do yoga, meditation, and journaling exercises together. […]

Free

Boba and Chill

Student Union 3135 East 5th Place, Tulsa, OK

Join the Asian American Student Association for free boba and Asian snacks. Take a break, relax and learn more about the AASA executive team and more!

Free

Sabor latino

Mayo Village Apartments & Student Activities Center South Delaware Avenue, Tulsa, OK

Come spend a chill Saturday afternoon with LASA and enjoy Latin American food and games!

Book launch – Queerly Beloved

Dennis R. Neill Equality Center 621 E. 4th St., Tulsa, OK

Everyone is invited to attend the debut of Queerly Beloved, a heartwarming rom-com novel by TU alumna Susie Dumond (BA ’12). Read about this heartwarming novel – set in Tulsa […]

Tulsa Pride Parade

Plan to join friends and colleagues from across The University of Tulsa at the Tulsa Pride Parade. Students, faculty and staff will gather together to march through downtown in a […]

Welcome Back Picnic

Chapman Commons 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK

The Welcome Back Picnic is an annual event hosted by the Association of International Students to celebrate the beginning of a new academic year for all international and domestic students […]

Moon Festival

Jackson Commons 550 South Gary Place, Tulsa, OK

Each year on the 15th day of the eighth lunar month, people in countries such as China, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Japan, Korea and the Philippines celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. With a full moon shining in the heavens, “moon cakes” are eaten and offered as gifts to friends and neighbors. The full (round) moon signifies a […]

TU-Afghan Cultural Exchange picnic

Chapman Commons 800 South Tucker Drive, Tulsa, OK

TU-ACE welcomes everyone to our first event of the semester! Please join us on Chapman Commons for an evening of fun and community-building at a picnic with the local Afghan newcomer population. Food, drinks and outdoor activities will be provided.

Free

DEI open house

DEI Office 3126 E. 5th Pl., Tulsa, OK

Join us at the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for an open house with music, snacks, good times and to learn about the services we offer.

Free
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CAPS Drop-In Connection Group: BIPOC Peer Support

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

This support group is focused on providing a welcoming and safe space to offer support for diverse student voices. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect and speak concerning their unique individual experiences.

Pie a Board Member

Hurricane Plaza 3105 East 5th Place, Tulsa, OK

Join the Latin American Student Association to release some stress, refresh yourself with some delicious aguas fresca and support our organization! Pies 1 for $3 2 for $5 3 for $8

DEI Week: The F Word – Examining Misconceptions of Fatness

McFarlin Library 2933 East 6th Street, Tulsa, OK

Panelist discussion featuring TU professors Emily Contois and Jennifer Jones, and guests from the broader Tulsa community: Troy Knauls, Dionne Lambert and Valeria Rodriguez.

DEI Week: Body Count – Examining Hoeness

DEI Office 3126 E. 5th Pl., Tulsa, OK

Why are men celebrated when they have many partners, but women are shamed? What does it mean to be a hoe? As part of DEI Week, join the DEI office to watch a video podcast about sexual double standards featuring Brittany Renner. There will be a discussion afterward.

Free