Week of Events
DEI Week: TU Turn Up
TU students are invited to unwind at the end of DEI Week by partying with your friends at TU Turn Up! There will be snacks, drinks, a photo booth, a DJ and (of course) a dance floor. Need some time to warm up? Come to Ballroom/Voguing 101 beforehand to learn some new moves and enjoy […]
This is a 3-day event (48 hours) in which participants of various skill levels and expertise join together to build games. The University of Tulsa will host this inaugural event as a partner with the Global Game Jam (GGJ) organization. The event will kick off at 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 23, on the second floor of Rayzor […]
Tulsa Women's Volleyball vs. Temple
Tulsa Men's Soccer vs. Charlotte
Panelist discussion featuring TU professors Emily Contois and Jennifer Jones, and guests from the broader Tulsa community: Troy Knauls, Dionne Lambert and Valeria Rodriguez.
Join TU's Spanish Club for a fun, casual way to practice your Spanish skills and meet other students and faculty! All levels of Spanish-speakers welcome.
CAPS Connection Groups are a supportive and confidential space for students to gain insight, knowledge and skills, and to explore new ways of interacting with others.
Why are men celebrated when they have many partners, but women are shamed? What does it mean to be a hoe? As part of DEI Week, join the DEI office to watch a video podcast about sexual double standards featuring Brittany Renner. There will be a discussion afterward.
Please join the TU–Afghan Cultural Exchange (ACE) for a celebration of community and cultural diversity. We will have cake, snacks, games and soccer (football) as a way to mark one year since our Afghan neighbors began joining the Tulsa community.
Join us Sept. 26 for a fascinating discussion with George Black, Anne Nelson and Elliott Woods. All three spent years as frontline journalists before turning from the heat of conflict to writing about history and policy and the invisible forces that determine which conflicts our country enters and on which side. Now, they are engaged […]
Start your day off on the right foot with guided morning meditations, a pastry from Pancho Anaya and coffee. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel, if you can. If you enjoy it, come back for yoga and meditation with Crystal Shaver on Thursday!
Come out to support local entrepreneurs from both TU and the Tulsa community. We've got entrepreneurs selling artwork, jewelry, sweet treats and more. Don't forget to bring a method of payment (e.g., debit/credit card, Venmo or CashApp) in case you find something you can't live without! Featuring Go Baynanas, Simply Art, Onifade's Cookie Co, Groovy […]
TU students are invited to learn about the application process for the federal government and military organizations. Job posting sites, timelines, qualifications, clearance processes and expectations will all be reviewed. Additionally, students will hear tips about how to align their talents and interests with relevant government organizations. All attendees will receive a free snack bag […]
Worship on Wednesday (WOW) -- A Christian-particular praise and workshop Sharp Chapel service held on Wednesdays at noon in the chapel sanctuary during the academic year. Speakers include campus staff, students and faculty, as well as area pastors and community leaders. Students, staff and faculty and members of the TU community are invited and welcome. […]
This support group is focused on providing a welcoming and safe space to offer support for diverse student voices. Students will be provided the opportunity to connect and speak concerning their unique individual experiences.
This guest lecture by Danielle Gurevitch from Bar Ilan University will be hosted by Lambda Alpha Anthropology in Harwell Hall, room 214, with free food!
This DEI Week event provides the opportunity to hear directly from TU and Tulsa community leaders about their personal stories. Light refreshments will be provided.
Ready for the week to be over? Get a boost in the morning with yoga and meditation with Crystal Shaver. Please bring a yoga mat, blanket or towel to practice on. Afterward, enjoy a pastry from Pancho Anaya and coffee!
This DEI week event will address multiple forms of "identi-tea," along with the ways we perceive and understand each other along lines of difference. Tea and snacks provided.
If you want to learn to solder (especially for future classes) or just want to improve your skills, sign up for a free soldering workshop. Free pizza will be provided. Register online.
Come learn about career opportunities at Paycom! Open to all students. Free pizza will be served.
The Center for Global Engagement will co-host the annual Study Abroad Fair with Student Association to showcase all study abroad opportunities available to students, from faculty-led programs to semester-long programs. There will be international music and food, and a raffle. Come meet our partners!
TU alumni Taylor Chukwu (Disney) and Bryant Loney (Netflix), along with special guest Maggie Monahan (Hulu/Disney), will talk about finding a career as a young writer in the exciting world of television. It is the first event in our semester-long series of conversations about the business and craft of writing for television. For more information, […]
Candidates for Oklahoma governor are invited to address issues important to college-age and young professional Oklahomans. TU students do not need to register; simply bring your TU ID. Faculty and staff, please register by sending an email to TUvotes@utulsa.edu.
In the year 2020, Americans suffered a global pandemic, polarizing protests and yet another tumultuous election. In his book Last Best Hope, selected as one of the New York Times’ 100 notable books of the year, George Packer traces the shocks back to their sources. He explores the four narratives that now dominate American life: Free America, […]
Join us for a conversation with GerShun Avilez, associate professor of English at the University of Maryland, as he explores how the Cold War conflict between the U.S. and the Soviet Union led to a tremendous reorganization of how Americans thought about identity, especially queer identity. Avilez will discuss the activism of homosexual organizers who […]
Have questions about getting your work ready to submit or about the publishing industry in general? Want to know what catches an editor’s eye or turns them off your work? Join Nimrod International Journal’s editor-in-chief, Eilis O’Neal, and associate editor, Cassidy McCants, for answers about anything and everything publishing. Editing, revising, the role of literary […]
Unconscious Bias in the Classroom: Fostering an Inclusive Classroom Culture for Faculty and Students This DEI Week event is led by Vice President for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Kelli McLoud-Schingen. Come to the DEI office on sorority row and learn about best practices to create an inclusive classroom. Please feel free to bring your own […]
Join the TU Amateur Radio Club for their first club meeting and hear a presentation titled What is Ham Radio? Attendees will also see a demonstration of a remote HF station and digital radio modes, and have the opportunity to ask questions about Ham Radio. Open to all majors – bring your friends!
The TU community is invited to visit the TU Catholic Newman Center for free dinner, talk, praise and worship.
Join Chris from Black Queer Tulsa to learn about ballroom culture and how to vogue like you may have seen on Legendary, Pose or Paris is Burning.