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Introducing TU’s new Faculty in Residence family
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TU has relaunched its Faculty in Residence program, with Assistant Professor of Media Studies Emily Contois, her husband and dog moving into LaFortune House.
TU establishes Switchyard as an intersection for music, literature, ideas
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From May 30 to June 4, 2023, The University of Tulsa will host a national festival of literature, music and ideas called Switchyard.
Alumni Story: Dessie B. Nash ’94
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In college, Dessie went above and beyond in everything she did – leading several student organizations and serving as an orientation leader alongside her Marketing and International Business studies.
Alumni Story: Sean Alexander ’97
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Sean felt an immediate connection and fell in love with TU, then quickly got involved with Greek Life and helped launch a tech incubator in the Collins College of Business.
First-hand learning: Internships central to skill and career development
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Internships were again pivotal for many TU undergraduates this summer, including with Missouri’s attorney general, International Flavors and Fragrances and Domestic Violence Intervention Services.
TU undergrads conduct leading-edge research
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An app to help detect skin cancer, identifying missing pieces of Renaissance art and helping soldiers move about more safely – learn about these three recent Tulsa Undergraduate Research Challenge projects.
TU students design, build and test device to support outer space exploration
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NASA recently invited a team of mechanical engineering students and alumni to Johnson Space Center to test their device that can anchor to a variety of rock textures and ice under microgravity conditions.
Tulsa ranked second in AAC in 2021-22 Learfield Directors’ Cup Standings
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In the final Learfield Directors’ Cup Standings, The University of Tulsa finished out the year ranked second among American Athletic Conference schools. Tulsa completed the 2021-22 athletic year ranked 87th nationally out of 295 Division I schools and trailed only 69th-ranked UCF in The American. Tulsa accumulated 220.5 total points this year...
Five Tulsa student-athletes receive AAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year Awards
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The American Athletic Conference has announced the league’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year recipients for the 2021-22 academic year, and The University of Tulsa had five student-athletes named AAC scholar-athlete honorees. It marks the third consecutive year that Tulsa has had at least four AAC scholar-athlete award winners. Four of Tulsa’s five...
4 Tulsa teams earn Academic Excellence Award in The American
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The University of Tulsa had four teams earn the American Athletic Conference’s Team Academic Excellence Award for the 2021-22 academic year. The four Tulsa teams recognized with the Academic Excellence Award are women’s indoor track & field and women’s outdoor track & field (3.68 GPA), men’s tennis (3.63 GPA) and men’s soccer (3.38 GPA).
207 Tulsa student-athletes receive Academic All-Conference honors
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The University of Tulsa had 207 student-athletes among its 17 intercollegiate sports earn American Athletic Conference all-academic team honors for 2021-22, the league has announced. Student-athletes must have attained a cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 for the current academic year, completing a minimum of two consecutive semesters of...