Nimrod’s Virtual Conference for Readers and Writers
Join us for our first-ever Virtual Conference for Readers and Writers! Oct. 17-Nov. 18, 2020 For 41 years, Nimrod has hosted an in-person, all-day writing conference in conjunction with the publication of our fall issue. While we’ve had to cancel this year’s in-person events due to the pandemic, we’re thrilled to host our first-ever all-virtual Conference for […]
Walk and Talk Week
There's a lot going on, and we get it! We're here for you and would love to walk and talk with you. Select a topic of concern or interest and schedule a time to talk with someone who has similar interests or expertise. All walks start from the Hardesty arch. Schedule a walk online.
The library is hosting drop-in sessions at noon every Tuesday to help faculty, staff and students with research, article retrieval, Permalinks and more! Stay for five minutes or for the whole time – it's your choice! Join online: Zoom with the Library
This virtual group will be based on the best-selling book by Brené Brown, and will provide the skills needed to focus on living an authentic life instead of a perfect one. College is a great time to learn how to build up your self-esteem and self-worth. Discuss these challenges and learn skills with your peers […]
Planning on applying to the online MBA program? Let us help you build a strong application and highlight your strengths. Register for the application webinar on Tuesday, Nov. 3. Register here: https://utulsa.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEscOqqqDgtE9MOiZYnr7cZtyuXDvDdquLY.
Stop by the Little Blue House (at the corner of 5th & Evanston) Wednesdays at noon for a free boxed lunch! We serve vegetarian and vegan options. We also have a lawn and picnic table you can use while observing social distancing.
Are you struggling with how to best use your degree? Unsure about what career opportunities are out there for you? Wish you could just create your own? Join this virtual workshop, hosted by Sarah Sparks (’12), service experience designer for Nike, to learn more about how to tailor your future career to align with your […]
A panel of three Indian Law experts will discuss the McGirt decision and its civil jurisdiction implications in the areas of Health Law, Family Law and Indian Child Welfare, Environmental Law, Property Law, and other areas. Panelists include Aila Hoss, Assistant Professor of Law, University of Tulsa College of Law; Elizabeth Kronk Warner, Dean, S.J. […]
Are you a graduate student looking to advance your research skills? Join one of McFarlin Library's upcoming virtual webinars for TU graduate students. Register for one or both webinars and take your research skills to the next level. Demystifying Databases: Scopus Learn how to utilize advanced searches in the multidisciplinary database, Scopus, including tracking, analyzing and visualizing […]
Let's polish up that application! Join us for a webinar focused on building your M.S. in Cyber Security application. Learn more and register here.
Earth Matters is a club centered around environmentalism. Join meeting using GoToMeeting. Contact Meg Grier or Kyra Briggs for additional information.
Join us at Hardesty Hall breezeway to chalk words of encouragement across campus!
This virtual, open drop-in group will be led by Kirsten Robertson, PsyD, and Amanda Gentz from CAPS. The unique circumstances of a global pandemic can lead to so many different feelings, such as anger, fear and sadness. We will focus on providing you skills to manage stress and discuss how we can support each other. […]
Join us for a virtual evening with Dr. Chan Hellman, internationally renowned for his work on building a hope-centered response to trauma. Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 7 PM – 8:30 PM. This FREE event will be hosted on Zoom. Register here. Hellman is a professor in the Anne & Henry Zarrow School of Social […]
Join us for an entertaining night of virtual trivia and see how much you really know about TU and Tulsa. The first 100 TU students to register and play will receive a free pizza code courtesy of Mazzio’s. All you need is a cell phone and laptop! Register online.
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. […]
Part of Hurricane Thursday! Sign up online.
Join us to hear from Dr. Syeachia Dennis, assistant professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine, OU-TU Family Medicine Residency Program. Dr. Dennis will be discussing community medicine and race.