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Nature article offers views on better understanding software

Hazel Rogers Endowed Chair in Media Studies and Associate Professor of Cyber…

Tulsa to secure U.S. position as global tech leader with $51M award

The Biden-Harris administration and the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) has awarded…

Anonymous donors gift $30M to Athletics Endowment Fund

University of Tulsa Athletic Director Rick Dickson announced a transformative anonymous gift…

Women’s AcceleratHER Fellowship announces second cohort

Cherokee Nation and The University of Tulsa announce the launch of the…

UTulsa professor speaks on pioneering energy transition in Bahrain

The University of Tulsa’s (UTulsa) Mohan Kelkar, Ph.D., Chair of Petroleum Engineering,…

UTulsa professor awarded grant for solar system ocean world research

The University of Tulsa’s Brett A. McKinney, Ph.D., was awarded the Established…

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New USchool director to lead gifted education program for children

The University of Tulsa is pleased to announce that Gabriel Fuchs, Ph.D.,…

DEI rises with 2024 celebration banquet

Actress and writer Anna Deavere Smith was the keynote speaker at The…

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Alumnae awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowships

The University of Tulsa is proud to announce that two recent Oxley…

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UTulsa associate professor recognized as AIChE Fellow

Laura P. Ford, associate professor of chemical engineering at the University of…

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UTulsa professors featured as keynote speakers for North American conference

This year’s 12th North American Conference on Multiphase Production Conference was held…

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Two-time alumna named one of four U.S. Supreme Court Fellows

The Supreme Court Fellows Commission has announced the appointment of University of…

Spring 2024 President’s Honor Roll

More than 585 University of Tulsa students were named to the President’s…

Anthropology professor’s research helps lead to new Israeli national park designation

In April, a new national park opened in Israel’s Jordan Valley. Miriam…

New law alumnus launches exciting career with JAG

Graduating law school is an exciting time as students welcome the culmination…

Professor advances potential of solar, wind energy systems

The renewable energy sector is experiencing remarkable growth, with solar and wind…

UTulsa’s first majority-female pen testing team makes finals

The University of Tulsa’s Global Collegiate Penetration Testing Competition (CPTC) team made…

Recent law grad enjoys success at Florida Public Service Commission

Family, rigor, and effectivity are just a few of the words that…