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Meeting the Challenge of Burnout

Join us for a virtual discussion with Professor Christina Maslach, a leading researcher in the field of occupational burnout.

Burnout is the result of mismatches between the workplace and the worker in six critical areas. Innovative answers to this challenge need to modify the job-person relationship by managing the chronic job conditions in these areas, so that people can work smarter rather than just harder.

Please check the OCH website and Facebook for further details about the event and links to attend.

Anthropology Senior Presentations

Join us in Harwell Hall to learn about the fascinating research our Anthropology seniors have been doing.

The presentations begin at 11:30 a.m. and run until noon when we break for lunch. The rest of the presentations will follow at 12:30 p.m.

Food and drinks will be provided.

Anthropology Open House

Join the Anthropology department in Harwell Hall for an open house! This is an opportunity for the TU community to tour the department where you can see animal and human bones, stone tool artifacts, taxidermied animals and much more. Whether you are thinking of a new major, taking a class or just have an intense curiosity, you will have a chance to talk to many of our professors and current students to learn more about anthropology and archaeology. Harwell Hall is located near Kendall Hall and Oliphant Hall and refreshments will be available. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Miriam Belmaker at miriam-belmaker@utulsa.edu.

Research Skills Webinar for Graduate Students – Citation Management: Zotero

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.

Citation Management: Zotero

Learn how to utilize Zotero, a citation management software, to collect and organize references for your research projects and import citations into Word documents. 

Questions? Email april-schweikhard@utulsa.edu. 

Research Skills Webinar for Graduate Students – Demystifying Databases: Scopus

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 search results.

Questions? Email april-schweikhard@utulsa.edu.