Events for November 16 – September 24 › Virtual Event › – Events Calendar

Is Never Again … Again?

Helmerich Hall 2900 East 5th Street, Tulsa, OK

The Holocaust played a defining role in guiding our response to war crimes and crimes against humanity. The Nuremberg Trials sought to hold accountable Nazi officials and others deemed complicit […]


Dylan and the Beats

Zarrow Center for Art & Education 124 East Reconciliation Way, Tulsa, OK

This three-day symposium will feature presentations from some of the world's leading experts on Dylan's music, art and influences. Discussion panels, keynote lectures and concerts will help us better understand […]

Ask Us Anything: A Virtual Editing and Publishing Q&A

Have questions about getting your work ready to submit or about the publishing industry in general? Want to know what catches an editor’s eye or turns them off your work? Join Nimrod International Journal’s editor-in-chief, Eilis O’Neal, and associate editor, Cassidy McCants, for answers about anything and everything publishing. Editing, revising, the role of literary […]


Surprise in Fiction with Christopher Murphy

A Virtual Fiction Craft Talk Surprise is one of the most compelling, and consistently enjoyable, aspects of fiction. From plot twists to character revelations, tonal shifts to leaps in language, […]


Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction: author readings

A Virtual Reading and Author Chat Join us as we celebrate the winners of Nimrod International Journal’s 44th Katherine Anne Porter Prize for Fiction: First Prize-winner Treena Thibodeau and Second Prize-winner Ellen Rhudy. Treena and Ellen will read their winning stories and then chat with 2022 fiction judge Toni Jensen about fiction, their tips for aspiring […]


Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry: author reading

A Virtual Reading and Author Chat Join us as we celebrate the winners of Nimrod International Journal’s 44th Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry: first-prize winner Lory Bedikian and second-prize winner Angela Kirby, who will read from their winning poems. 2022 Pablo Neruda Prize judge Kaveh Bassiri will then join them to discuss poetry, tips for […]


Omega Psi Phi virtual interest meeting

Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., is the first international fraternal organization founded on the campus of a historically Black college, and they are now looking to expand at TU! The […]

Fourth Annual Investment Portfolio Challenge

Helmerich Hall 2900 East 5th Street, Tulsa, OK

The Investment Portfolio Challenge is a competition between Oklahoma schools. Students present in front of industry leaders and compete to win cash prizes. In addition to TU student teams, Oklahoma State University and Southwestern Oklahoma State University teams will also compete. The event kicks off with breakfast from 8 to 9 a.m., with presentations following. […]


BIPOC Women: Claim Your Voice, Empower Your Writing

A Virtual Panel Discussion Join us for a timely discussion about claiming the power in your voice as a BIPOC woman writer. We’ll talk about ways to claim your voice, empower your writing and more at this panel discussion. The overturning of Roe v. Wade is destructive for all women, but particularly for those who […]