Martin Luther King Day
MLK day - No Classes
Celebrate and honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. Monday-Friday: Keep your eyes on TU’s social media accounts for the MLK fact of the day and remember them for Friday’s Trivia Night. Monday, Jan. 18 11 a.m.: Tune in to KTUL Channel 8 to watch the Tulsa MLK Day Parade 12:30-2:30 p.m.: Drive-through pick-up […]
Tom Fanning, chairman, president and CEO of Southern Company, America's premier energy company, has worked for the company for more than 38 years and has held 15 different positions in eight different business units, including numerous officer positions with a variety of Southern Company subsidiaries in the areas of finance, strategy, international business development and […]
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. […]
A TU Legal Clinic is opening a new clinic with free, virtual consultations on housing programs on Saturday, Jan. 23. Our north Tulsa/Greenwood team consists of 16 law student interns and three licensed supervising attorneys. We provide free legal services to our clients. Call us at 918-631-5799 and leave a voicemail that you are interested […]
Professor Matthew Fletcher and Professor Stacy Leeds will discuss the expansion of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation caseload, the impact of potential agreements and legislation, and how state and federal courts have applied the McGirt decision. Zoom Webinar ID: 961 5852 2758 Zoom Webinar Passcode: 512890 Sponsored by TU Native American Law Student Association and the […]
Hosted by the Center for Global Engagement
In this talk, Montrece McNeill Ransom, JD, MPH, public health expert and belonging strategist, will define and characterize belonging, highlight its impact on human potential and health disparities, and describe how our legal system can serve as a facilitator and barrier to a sense of belonging for marginalized populations. She will also offer tips on […]
Join John Chandler, TU Alumnus '92, and Williams Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, to learn what sets Williams apart over public accounting firms. All participants will be entered to win an iPad sponsored by Williams.
Just because you've left home doesn't mean you can't enjoy a "home-cooked meal" from the comforts of your dorm room. Join Cassandra Crawford-Ciglar, Health Sciences career coach, to learn some creative hacks for eating well as an undergrad (and it doesn't come from a box or have neon orange powder)!
"Ask Me Anything" is an opportunity for students, especially from the Collins College of Business, to meet their new career coach. This session will create an opportunity for cool connections and an understanding of what career coaching offers.
Study abroad information for engineering students
Join us for an essential and timely discussion about white rage in America. Copies of Carol Anderson's book "White Rage: The Unspoken Truth of Our Racial Divide" will be distributed prior to the event by our partners at Fulton Street Books in Tulsa. Register via Zoom.
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 […]
Beadwork is a fun and culturally significant activity for indigenous people. Each first Friday during the spring semester, Lexie Tafoya will feature different beadwork projects. This session can be watched and enjoyed by anyone, but making beadwork with indigenous patterns is a practice exclusive to indigenous people. For people who wish to participate or learn […]