Events for March 28 – April 17 › networking › – Events Calendar

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BIPOC Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.

Recurring

BIPOC Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.

Real estate career networking event

Allen Chapman Student Union 440 S Gary Ave, Tulsa, OK

Join The University of Tulsa's Student Real Estate Club for the second annual real estate career networking event. TU students are invited to meet employers and learn about different career paths in the real estate field, learn more about real estate courses at TU – including a real estate minor for undergraduate students – and […]

Free
Recurring

BIPOC Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.

Recurring

BIPOC Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.

Recurring

BIPOC Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.

William and Rita Bell Distinguished Lecture Series: Jesus and Judaism — Why the Connection Matters

Tyrrell Hall 2930 East 6th Street, Tulsa, OK

Join TU's Department of Philosophy and Religion for a lecture featuring Amy Jill Levine. Numerous Christians regard Jesus as rejecting a Judaism—influenced by legalistic, elitist Pharisees—incorrectly characterized as obsessed with ritual purity, misogynistic, vengeful and xenophobic.  Understanding Jesus in his Jewish context corrects false stereotypes, brings new meaning to his parables, politics and piety, and […]

Free
Recurring

BIPOC Connection Group

Hardesty Hall-Holmes Student Center Tulsa, OK

CAPS invites TU students to a safe, supportive space for diverse voices. Students can connect and confidentially discuss their unique individual experiences.