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On never giving up: A nontraditional student’s journey

Commencement is meaningful for all graduates, marking years of hard work in…

Helmerich Center for American Research

New grad student opportunities from TU’s Helmerich Center for American Research

The University of Tulsa’s Helmerich Center for American Research is a little-known…

School of Music Advocates – Spring 2023 update

The October Homecoming launch of the School of Music Advocates has been…

TU students, alums, friends participate in Will Rogers Foundation performance

In March, numerous TU students, alumni, and friends gathered to celebrate the…

Communications alumna returns to TU, presents at TEDx

Charity Barton (BA ’18) has been busy her whole life. As a…

TU film, music alumna gets a big break at Red Clay Studios

2021 film and music graduate Madison Kenya is navigating her way through…

Vital communication: A TU alumna’s contribution to infodemiology

Taylen Hitchcock's (BS ’20) interdisciplinary study prioritizes the dispersion of accurate information…

1900s illustration of pirate

Pirate Histories from the Fifteenth to Twenty-First Century

Scholarship on the global history of piracy (widely defined) is on the…

Alumnus Bryant Loney shares his experience from story to screen

Bryant Loney graduated from The University of Tulsa in 2019 with a…

robotic hand with three fingers extended while holding a black ball between the index finger and thumb

TU researchers awarded grant to buy sophisticated robotic arm

A team from Mechanical Engineering and Anthropology received National Science Foundation funding…

man in a blue short-sleeve shirt standing in front of a colonnaded pink-and-white building

One adventure concludes and another dawns for admired music and film professor

On the eve of retiring from nearly four decades at TU, Joseph…