Curious about studying abroad, but not sure where to start? This info session is for you! Learn the basics about studying abroad, program options and scholarship opportunities. Attendees will also hear first-hand accounts from other students who have studied abroad. Free pizza will be provided.
Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to wear shades of black and brown throughout the day. End the day by celebrating with food and music at 5 p.m. in the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion office on Sorority Row.
Housing selection agreements are available beginning March 1 at 9 a.m. If you are a current TU student planning to retain or select your own room, please make sure to select by March 8. For full information visit https://utulsa.edu/housing-selection-main-page/.
This interprofessional, 3-minute research presentation event will showcase the ongoing health science-related scholarship of students at TU. Free and open to the public; masks required for all attendees.
Join TU alumni in Kansas City in welcoming Brad Carsonas the 21st president of The University of Tulsa. Alumni, students, parents and friends will have the opportunity to meet special guests and network with fellow alumni in the Kansas City area at a special reception hosted by the Kansas City Chapter of the TU Alumni Association. […]
TU Student Real Estate Club welcomes guest speaker Bruce Bolzle, co-founder of KMO Development Group. Bolzle will present a real-world commercial real estate development case study to students. Lunch will be provided; all are welcome. Contact faculty advisor Meagan McCollum (email@example.com) for more information.
TU faculty, are you curious about how the Center for Global Engagement (CGE) can work with you? We can help! CGE invites faculty members to attend a virtual information session to learn more about: supporting international students at TU helping TU students to study abroad teaching a faculty-led travel course abroad proposing an international partnership, […]
Please join The University of Tulsa College of Law as they host the Honorable Judge Robert E. Bacharach for a Q&A and book signing in the Price Turpen Courtroom. A reception of light hors d'oeuvres will be served in the law school Pit immediately following the Q&A. Books will be available to purchase at the […]
Play local multiplayer games and make friends along the way. Pizza and drinks will be served. Consoles and games will be set up for all to play, but feel free to bring your own computer or console. Stick Fight tournament begins at 8 p.m. with a Steam key for Kerbal Space Program as the prize!
Naomi Martisius, a postdoctoral fellow specializing in Paleolithic archaeology in The University of Tulsa Anthropology Department, will present her research, "Living at a Crossroads: What the Bone Tools and Ornaments from the Initial Upper Paleolithic site of Bacho Kiro Cave (Bulgaria) tell us about some of the earliest Homo sapiens in Europe." A pizza lunch will […]
Today’s FBI is an intelligence-driven and threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities. FBI professionals work around the clock and across the globe to protect the U.S. and provide its many partners with service, support, training and leadership. The FBI offers a variety of student programs, internships and career opportunities, each […]
The University of Tulsa, Oxley College of Health Sciences and Tulsa Heaters, Inc., will host an OBI blood drive in the first floor clinic waiting room at the OCHS facility downtown. To schedule an appointment, call 877-340-8777 or visit obi.org. Donate to receive your choice of a T-shirt and one free adult admission to the […]
TU students are invited to put on their dancing shoes and join the Fisher West government for a Candy Land-themed evening. Free Raising Cane's and a dessert table for the first 100 students to arrive. Dance to music provided by a TU student DJ, meet new friends and have a great time!
Collins College of Business welcomes the Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition. The Southwest Regional Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition is operated by a team of dedicated volunteers from the Information Security industry. The on-site regional competition is hosted by the University of Tulsa every March. Support is provided by National CCDC and our generous sponsors. […]
Coffee and Conversation with Carmen White Janak: Mental Health/Self-care RSVP by March 21. Presented by The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Chevron Multicultural Resource Center, Student Life and Student Association
Lunch and Learn with Kelli McLoud-Schingen: The Power of Story to Connect Across Culture Bring your own lunch. RSVP by March 21. Presented by The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Chevron Multicultural Resource Center, Student Life and Student Association
Lunch and Learn with Amanda Chastang: Inclusive Intentions Bracelet Make and Take Bring your own lunch. RSVP by March 21. Presented by The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Chevron Multicultural Resource Center, Student Life and Student Association
Endeavor Business Media is a diverse network of professionals committed to delivering valuable insights, content and experiences. They create meaningful connections that facilitate business decision-making. Endeavor is currently seeking students to join their team as they expand their company. Join them virtually to learn more about what they have to offer. Register via Handshake.
Enjoy fresh air and Tulsa's spring weather in this special space on Thomas Plaza, located just west of Chapman Stadium. Amenities include cozy seating, fire pits, hammocks, a covered study pavilion and bistro lighting. Each Tuesday evening, TU students will be able to purchase snacks including hot dogs, nachos, candy and popcorn, plus a selection […]
Coffee and Conversation with Moises Echeverria, Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice, Identifying as Latino and Gay in the Professional World RSVP by March 21. Presented by The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Chevron Multicultural Resource Center, Student Life and Student Association
Sigma Alpha Iota - Sigma Gamma will be hosting a craft sale in support of our philanthropy with Fire in Little Africa. Visit our table at the main entrance of the Student Union to shop for unique artwork, jewelry and crocheted goods.
Join Tulsa Energy Management Student Association (TEMSA) for a meeting featuring Edith Wilson with Rock Whisperer. Wilson will present a lecture regarding climate mitigation and the energy transition titled “Welcome to the Energy Revolution: Efficiency, Economy and Equity.” Open to current TEMSA members and students interested in joining TEMSA. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School of Energy at the Collins College of Business welcomes Sustainable Tulsa for the B2B Case of Sustainability Series in person and online. Panelists Matthew Horeled, vice president, regulatory and finance, PSO AEP Seth Christ, senior vice president of operations, Francis Energy Ed Fite, water quality manager, GRDA Mike Teague, Vice President of government […]
Pi Kappa Alpha and Sigma Chi are co-hosting a carnival and Fireman's Challenge, and TU students are invited to join us at Harwell Field for games, inflatables, food, prizes and more! The Fireman's Challenge is a physical course that puts contestants through some of the daily tasks firemen experience. Teams of five can sign up […]
The TU community is invited to a Thomistic Institute lecture on happiness from the perspective of St. Thomas Aquinas, presented by J. Budziszewski, professor of philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin. Free and open to the public. Free pizza will be provided.
Coffee and Conversation with Marlin Lavinhar: Social Justice and Religion RSVP by March 21. Presented by The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Chevron Multicultural Resource Center, Student Life and Student Association
TU Up Close is a day-long visit program aimed at providing prospective students an overview of the university. The program starts in the morning and concludes in the afternoon. Register online to attend.
Language Forum with Tulsa Indian Community Foundation RSVP by March 21. Presented by The Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Chevron Multicultural Resource Center, Student Life and Student Association
Join the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities at the Zarrow Center downtown for a screening of Return of the American Bison. A talk and Q&A session with filmmaker and three-time Heartland Emmy Award winner Mary Anne Andrei will follow the screening. This event is free and open to the public.
TU students are invited to join the Newman Center for a tailgate-style event on the New U. Bring your friends and get ready for some friendly Spikeball, soccer, football and cornhole competition. There will also be a tent with a cookout and music. Come and go as you please and enjoy the nice weather!
Enjoy a week of Student Association programming leading up to a free concert for students on campus. Make sure you are following @utulsa_sa on instagram when we release more details. You can also find out more about the other SA branches on our new website.
The Student Research Colloquium was established in 1998 to provide TU students with an opportunity to gain public speaking experience, learn about research from fields outside their own academic discipline and experience judging methods used by professional organizations for national and international meetings/conferences. This year's colloquium will take place March 28-April 1, with oral and […]
Join the TU community for a virtual student/alumni networking event! In celebration of Women's History Month, tune in as we learn about a day in the lives of alumnae Taleya Mayberry (BSBA '13), program director at ACT Tulsa, and Lesley Jacobs Robinson (BA '06), director at Kendra Scott Women's Entrepreneurial Leadership Institute. Register today at tualumni.com/adayinthelife
Hosts Daniel Stein Dean and Marcel Hartwig will focus on the digital dissemination of popular culture and the need to reconsider received notions of materiality and will reassess the institutions that have traditionally preserved cultural memory, such as museums and state archives. This workshop will motivate participants to develop new ways of studying the digital […]
Join a convening of local leaders, businesses and organizations as we present the Tulsa Mobility Innovation Strategy, celebrate the successes of mobility initiatives already underway and look toward next-steps in implementing the Strategy to evolve Tulsa as an inclusive and well-connected place to live, work and visit. 3-4 p.m.: Presentation and celebration 4-5 p.m.: Mobility […]
While digitalization concerns most people in the world today, many observations show unequal social participation in the use of digital tools and practices – inequalities that are often called a digital divide. Some social inequalities that already existed prior to digitalization are perpetuated throughout processes of digitalization, as is clearly exemplified by the steadily low […]
Engineering and natural sciences are ultimately based on laws of nature which are traditionally formulated in terms of mathematical equations. The exactness and accuracy of corresponding methods and models in the engineering and natural sciences are both fascinating and rewarding, and have stimulated the creation of the technological world in which we live. However, the […]
"German Mittelstand" is often referred to as the backbone of the German economy. While the term "SME" is more frequently used outside German-speaking communities, the two terms do not describe the same phenomenon. In this workshop, we will clarify what is meant by "German Mittelstand" (in contrast to "SME"), how it has developed and which […]
Siegen’s School of Life Sciences was recently established as a new research hub for digital healthcare. The school is linked to strategic partners such as Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, as well as medical schools, hospitals and practices in the bordering region. This workshop will highlight our main research areas, linking disciplines and […]
Our most anticipated exhibition of the year returns with its first in-person opening reception and awards ceremony since 2019. See the selected works of TU students – chosen by this year’s juror, Carolyn Sickles – and hear the award recipients announced at the 54th Annual Gussman Juried Student Exhibition. Opening Reception: 5-7 p.m. Awards Announced: […]
Home to the Tech-Enabled Agent, Keller Williams’ model equips real estate agents with a technological edge and the ability to offer customers whatever they wish. Learn about the reality of real estate and the ins and outs of residential, commercial and industrial real estate with Keller Williams. Register via Handshake.
Academic Lecture: Pursuing Social Inclusion for Individuals with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Sandeep Purao, Ph.D., is a trustee professor and interim chair in the Information and Process Management Group and associate director of the Hoffman Center for Business Ethics at Bentley University. He is also a visiting professor at Agder University in Norway. His current […]
Anthem is a not-for-profit organization, founded in the Tulsa area, that helps provide service dogs to individuals with mobility or psychological needs at no cost. Join TU Student Veterans Association (SVA) at Dietler Commons to learn more about service dogs, see the dogs demonstrate their skills and donate to a worthwhile cause!
Join friends and colleagues for a fun night of cheering for the Tulsa Oilers as they take on the Allen Americans! This private ticket link is for University of Tulsa students, employees and alumni, along with anyone else you would like to invite. Discount tickets start at $10.
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