Events for February 9 – June 14 – Events Calendar

TU Outdoors Grab and Go

Student Union

Informational grab and go for TU Outdoors. Students can pick up flyers and other fun giveaways!

Basics of Cooking

Join TU staff member Candice Chinsethagid for a quick tutorial on how to make some hamburger meat basics: spaghetti sauce, chili and tacos. You can make one, two or all […]

Prepare for the Fair: Polish Your Profile

Learn about your virtual representation across professional platforms, including Handshake, LinkedIn, and more. Virtual profiles are the new "first impression" for employers! This session will teach you how to give […]

Free

Anthropology Pop Up Event

Join our faculty for a discussion about majoring in Anthropology. Learn about job placement, internships and study abroad options!

Department of Education Pop Up

Do you want to follow your passion for teaching? Join our faculty and alumni in a discussion about TU's Department of Education and learn how we can help you follow […]

History, Political Science and Pre-Law Pop Up

Interested in History, Political Science or Pre-law? Join our faculty for a discussion about these majors and pre-professional track. Learn about internships, study abroad opportunities and job placement!

Prepare for the Fair: Professional Headshots

H.A. Chapman Stadium

Stop by to get your professional picture taken for your Handshake and LinkedIn profiles. Business professional attire recommended. ONEOK Suite, Chapman Stadium. No registration required.

Free

Film Studies and Media Studies Pop Up

Join our faculty for a discussion about our Film and Media Studies programs. Learn how these degree paths can fulfill your passions for media and film!

Psychology Pop Up

Are you interested in Psychology? Learn how this degree can guide you to your dreams! Learn from our faculty about internships, job placement and study abroad options.

Sovereignty, Slavery, and the Road to Indian Territory: The Entangled History of Native and African Americans

The annual Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture features Claudio Saunt, the Richard B. Rusell Professor in American history at the University of Georgia. Slavery and indigenous dispossession built the Antebellum South. This talk exposes the deep connections between these two intertwined policies and explores how they shaped the relationships, intimate and economic, between Native and African Americans. […]

Free

Resident Appreciation Night: Flowers

The first 150 students will receive a bouquet of flowers from Gas Petal Flower Truck as a thank you from Housing & Dining Services. COVID-approved. Guidelines will be observed.

Economics and Sociology Pop Up

Join our faculty for a discussion about majors in Economics and Sociology. Learn about job placement, internships and study abroad options!

It’s a Global Affair

The Concerts with Commentary series features award-winning music faculty who not only perform with excellence, but also share the cultural background and historical context of the repertoire and composers represented on the series.  Each concert focuses on a different genre, or specific composer or group of instruments.  Concerts are free and open to the public. […]