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Tyrrell Hall

Tyrrell Hall is home to six state-of-the-art multimedia classrooms. Envisioned as a teaching laboratory, Tyrrell offers a place where faculty can experiment with technology and explore how it might enhance and extend classroom interactions both near and far. Two classrooms accommodate small seminars of 10-15 students; two classrooms are suited to classes with 18-20 students; one classroom accommodates 30 students; and the Ellen G. Adelson Auditorium will seat 108.

Parking after 5:00 p.m. is available in the Westby Hall and McFarlin Library lots. 

2930 East 6th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700

Upcoming Events

RAW Writing Club

Join us for a writing sorkshop every Wednesday at 7 p.m.

9/20 7pm
RAW Writing Club

Join us for a writing sorkshop every Wednesday at 7 p.m.

9/27 7pm
From Gossip Girls to Cultural Critics: Writing about Rock and Pop Music

A talk by Kevin Dettmar. In the mid-1960s, a distinctive new branch of American letters began to bear fruit: smart, sometimes funny, sometimes trenchant...

10/2 7pm
RAW Writing Club

Join us for a writing sorkshop every Wednesday at 7 p.m.

10/4 7pm
Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan: Narrative Perspectives on the Wounded and the Dead

A Lecture by Michael Zeitlin Stories about war rely on graphic accounts of wounded bodies, which often stand in stark contrast to the cold medical...

10/9 7pm

Recent Events

RAW Writing Club

9/13/2017

RAW Writing Club

9/6/2017

Recent Activity

karen-rubio

karen-rubio left a positive review 3/24/2017

Really interesting to learn the history of chocolate in the pre-Colombian times of Mexico. The play was well done, had moments of humor and ended with a spectacular dance scene featuring traditional dancers.

Patricia WIlson

Patricia WIlson left a positive review 8/27/2015

The exhibit and the lecture by John Clanton, photo editor of the Tulsa World, were both fabulous. John talked about getting the shot that has a touch of humor, often through juxtaposition or cuteness, the way photojournalishm has evolved, and answered questions. This was a great way to learn about the subject and about the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities.