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NASA and NALSA: Preserving the university’s Native American beginnings

The University of Tulsa is home to two vibrant student-led organizations dedicated…

The College Tour visits TU

Welcome to The University of Tulsa’s stop on The College Tour! Hosted…

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NIH grant to advance Native American pain research

Professor of Psychology Jamie Rhudy is advancing the study of Native American…

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TU creates Oxley College of Health and Natural Sciences

The University of Tulsa has announced that the biology, chemistry, geosciences and…

TU Law welcomes John W. Franklin to campus for Oct. 28 talk

The University of Tulsa College of Law is honored to host historian John Whittington…

TU among the 500 best universities in the world

The University of Tulsa was recognized last week as the best university…

TU launches writing fellowship for mid-career academics

The Second Book Institute is a week-long, immersive retreat aimed at giving…

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TU music composition senior’s original film score wows critics

Senior music composition major Kyleigh Taylor recently composed an award-winning score for…

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Cybersecurity education at TU expands to underrepresented communities

TU’s GenCyber Tulsa 2023 camp for Native Americans and women will become…

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“A voice for all”: Meet this year’s Student Association president

Biochemistry major Justin Yang has been active in TU’s Student Association since…

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TU develops new partnership with Hanoi University in Vietnam

The University of Tulsa signed a global partnership agreement with Hanoi University…

Welcome, new TU faculty!

The University of Tulsa is delighted to welcome 16 new faculty members…

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TU raises minimum wage to $15 per hour for staff

The University of Tulsa announced Wednesday that the minimum wage for staff…

TU community celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month 2022

Led by two vibrant student organizations, The University of Tulsa is celebrating…

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TU reinstates B.A. degree in philosophy and religion

The University of Tulsa announced today the reinstatement of a Bachelor of…

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TU Cyber Corps to receive $6.3M from National Science Foundation

The University of Tulsa’s elite Cyber Corps program has received approval for…

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School of Music, Montereau create student immersion program

Two TU music students are moving into Montereau, Tulsa’s premier not-for-profit retirement…

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Music alumnus releases debut album

After several years living and working on the West Coast, Paul Humphrey…

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From ACLU intern to Federal Reserve analyst

Economics and sociology major Caroline Williams spent late spring and the better…

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Introducing TU’s new Faculty in Residence family

TU has relaunched its Faculty in Residence program, with Assistant Professor of…

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TU establishes Switchyard as an intersection for music, literature, ideas

From May 30 to June 4, 2023, The University of Tulsa will…