TU students are invited to a Cane Money Moves workshop to learn how to: - Identify components of a spending plan - Create an effective spending plan - Recognize the role of saving money to reach your goals - Plan for emergencies - Identify different budgeting tools - Save small to yield great profits later […]
Ahead of this fall's TU Presidential Lecture Series event with Pixar animator Danielle Feinberg, the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities is sponsoring a free screening of her latest film Turning Red for TU students. Feinberg served as the visual effects supervisor for the film and was the first woman in 20 years to hold that role […]
Tulsa women's soccer hosts UTSA in their first American Athletic Conference game of the season
TU is proud to support Tulsa Area United Way (TAUW) efforts to improve lives and strengthen our community. Our 2023 campus-wide campaign kicks off with the "Day of Caring" Sept. 15, when TU volunteers will improve Kendall-Whittier Elementary School's courtyard water gardens and plant flowers in the front flower beds from 9 a.m. to 1 […]
Interested in grad school? Learn more about TU's different graduate degree programs, meet faculty advisors and gather more information about Masters and Doctoral degrees offered by TU. Lunch from Chipotle and gift bags will be available for attendees.
Forgot to pack a professional outfit when you left for college? Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered! TU students are invited to raid our professional clothes closet for a free outfit to help you put your best foot forward at the Career Fair. Attend two or more prep events plus the career fair and you […]
TU students, faculty, and staff are invited to a biological science lecture titled "Mycoviruses and their importance in fungal pathogenesis using the causative agents of canola blackleg and human aspergillosis as examples." Presented by guest speaker Ioly Kotta-Loizou, faculty of natural sciences at Imperial College London.
Join Jennifer Frey and Kyle Harper for a robust inter-collegiate discussion on the Greco-Roman world. From sex, slavery, war, and plagues to religion, culture, and imperial power; why would we study such a foreign culture today? Nothing is off the table as these two discuss the ancient world and its relevance for our own time! […]
Kendall College of Arts & Sciences students, faculty, staff, and community partners are invited to our Welcome Back Cookout Friday, September 15th on Dietler Commons! Join us for an afternoon of community, food, and fun on the Commons. See the new location of the Dean’s Office in Tyrrell Hall and get to know the College […]
The Tandy School of Computer Science is proud to present the 2023 Graves Distinguished Lecture featuring William Casebeer, Ph.D., director of AI and machine learning in Riverside Research’s Open Innovation Center. He will discuss using virtual reality environments to generate synthetic data for object recognition models in a lecture titled "Virtual Testbeds for Training Data […]