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Three street signs saying Black Wall Street, East Archer and North Greenwood

At the intersection of public art and historical trauma

What are the politics and roles of commemorative public art today? Art…

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Economics research: Public school funding and Oklahoma’s lagging chargeables

Motor vehicle revenues, such as tag fees, are one of the ways…

LGBT

Suicide risk and prevention research published in LGBT journal

The study looked at protective factors within the trans population to determine…

nationally competitive awards

Student researchers honored with nationally competitive awards

This year's winners include recipients of Goldwater and Gilman Scholarships, Canadian Fulbright…

Michaela Conway at the 2020 Oklahoma Archaeology Conference

Digging into the past: TU hosts groundbreaking archaeology conference

TU students Audra Whitehurse and Michaela Conway won the first and second prizes for their research posters at…

gaming the museum

Gaming the Museum event encourages interactive learning in historical setting 

The symposium incorporated interactive learning into museum design, exhibits and educational programs…

kristi pruiksma

TU ERRT sleep treatment effective in military members with PTSD 

TU alumna Kristi Pruiksma conducted the study to obtain preliminary data on…

LIBR

TU, LIBR partnership at the forefront of mental health research 

Close ties to LIBR are an incentive for students, especially those at…

Macdonald and Maher at Kharaneh IV

TU anthropology team unearths human connection

Professor Danielle Macdonald and her team discover connection to the people of…

chapman professorship

Chapman Professorships allow faculty to innovate for student engagement 

A total of 38 full-time resident faculty members from all five of TU’s colleges received the $5,000…

student in satin rare books room

Exploring our hemispheric pasts through TU’s astonishing archival collections

Professors join an initiative, Cultures of the Americas, to breathe new life…

Tulsa Race Massacre Photo

A haunting portrait of Tulsa’s history: 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre exhibit

For the first time in TU history, special collections will feature a…