Emma Hug is a senior Mechanical Engineering major from Fort Smith, AR. She recently accepted a position with NORDAM that she will start following graduation in May. Learn more about Emma’s internship that led to a full-time job.
Students from The University of Tulsa College of Engineering and Natural Sciences are teaming up with peers at Oral Roberts University in Tulsa to participate in the 2018 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition. The event, sponsored by the rocket and spacecraft development company SpaceX, challenges university teams from around the world to design and build the best transport pod. Watch the video below to learn more about the competition.
Ashley Bradley graduated with a degree in Speech Pathology from TU in 2015. She decided to stay at TU to complete her graduate work in the program. In August 2016 she was diagnosed with lymphoma. Watch Ashley tell her story about triumphing over adversity and how TU students and faculty helped her through her diagnosis and treatment.
When Ty Jones (BS ’17) of Memphis, Tennessee, was filling out college applications, he Googled the best petroleum engineering schools in the country. Search results showed The University of Tulsa was among the top three. TU’s history as a petroleum engineering leader worldwide was appealing, and he liked what he saw during his campus tour. Once at TU, Jones switched his major to mechanical engineering to learn about different types of technology and widen his view of engineering. “In mechanical engineering, you’re still able to do petroleum engineering,” he says. “It’s pretty much a win-win situation.”
At The University of Tulsa, undergraduate students can participate in several research projects with TU’s Institute of Trauma, Adversity and Injustice. From projects on the treatment of chronic nightmares to studying the mental health profiles of TU athletes, students work in a multidisciplinary setting to address problems related to violence, trauma and social injustice.