Holi is the Festival of Colors, widely celebrated by Hindus. In this event, there will be Indian Pizza catered by Pizza Twist, along with a throwing of colored powders. The first 70 students will receive a free white shirt.
Students, Instructors, and the campus community are welcome to join Student Access on Tuesday afternoons to talk about using and implementing accommodations. It's a a come and go setup, so there is no set agenda. Topics include but are not limited to: Sending Accommodation Letters to Professors, Using Testing Accommodations, Notification of Ongoing Condition, Absence […]
Are you interested in learning how to make social change that is meaningful, effective, and fosters solidarity rather than division? The Industrial Areas Foundation (IAF) has an 80-year track record of creating political change for the common good through institutional organizing and civic leader development. In this seminar hosted by TU's Department of Anthropology, IAF-trained […]
TU students join Campus Recreation and test your accuracy skills with a kickball competition. Register online here.
TU and the Tulsa community are invited to listen to TUTV show recordings every week. TUTV is a student-led multimedia collaborative based at The University of Tulsa. Follow their weekly live show covering the latest news, sports, and entertainment on campus and around the globe!
Tulsa community join Kendall College of Arts & Sciences for a drink and listen to faculty members present their research at this informal symposium. This semester's presenters include: - Jennifer Jones, Applied Assistant Professor of Film Studies - Gaurav Kampani, Associate Professor of Political Science - Patrick Pedersen, Fulbright Visiting Scholar - Bruce Willis, Professor […]
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 community join the Department of Geosciences for a GeoSeminar over building subsurface models with AI. A realistic model that delineates the structure, stratigraphy, and rock properties plays a pivotal role in understanding the Earth’s subsurface, and is essential to natural resource exploration, carbon storage, and civil engineering. Traditionally, building such models requires extensive human […]
The TU community is invited for a Christian-particular praise and worship service held on Wednesdays at noon in the Sharp Chapel sanctuary during the academic year. Speakers include campus staff, students and faculty, as well as area pastors and community leaders. Students are invited and welcome. A free lunch follows WOW at 12:30 p.m. in […]
Join our cultural organizations in showing off traditional and modern multicultural attire! Snacks provided! 6-9 p.m. Fashion show begins at 7 p.m. Lorton Performance Center
Join TU's Oklahoma Center for the Humanities for a two-session reading group ahead of the spring 2024 Presidential Lecture with Jaron Lanier on March 26. There will be discussion on Lanier's book "Ten Arguments for Deleting Your Social Media Accounts Right Now." OCH will provide copies of the book a few weeks ahead of the […]
Join the Department of English for a poetry reading by Tarfia Faizullah for her first book of poetry, "Seam." Faizullah lived in Dhaka on a Fulbright fellowship, where she interviewed women rape survivors of the Bangladesh Liberation War of 1971. The nine-month war had between 300,000 and 3 million dead and between 200,000 and 400,000 […]
The University of Tulsa's Honors College, along with the Department of Philosophy and Religion and the Warren Center for Catholic Studies, is organizing a conference on March 7-9 to commemorate the historic anniversary of the "Angelic Doctor," Thomas Aquinas. The event will feature keynote speakers, joint sessions, and panel discussions by leading contemporary scholars exploring […]