Today’s My Take on TU comes from Alyssa Hernandez, a junior Mechanical Engineering major from Tulsa, OK. This past fall, the Student Team Engaging Minorities in STEM (STEM^2) organization hosted the Second Annual STEM Fair at The University of Tulsa.... MORE
Today’s blog post is written by Erin Jones, a junior Communication and Spanish major from Bemidji, Minn. BAND The music program is one of my favorite things about TU! There are so many wonderful opportunities to learn music, strengthen your... MORE
Senior Haley Anderson traveled to Miami, Fla., to see the Golden Hurricane play in the Miami Beach Bowl on December 19. Here is a recap of her experience. 10 Realizations of a Tulsan Visiting Miami Beach for the 1st Time... MORE
Today’s My Take on TU comes to us from Houston Hardman, a freshman Athletic Training major from Tulsa, Okla. Houston is also a Global Scholar.
The Tulsa Time Overnight Visit Program November 13-14 was a huge success. Students from all over country journeyed to campus to learn more about TU’s academic programs and campus life. Watch the video below to see what Tulsa Time is... MORE
Today’s My Take on TU is written by sophomore Sina McLin. She is double majoring in Art History and Arts Management, as well as earning a certificate in Advertising. Sina is from St. Louis, Mo., and studied abroad this summer... MORE
Luke Monsees is a sophomore Finance major from Kansas City, Mo. He was also the lead guy for this year’s Homecoming activities. Watch his My Take on TU segment here.
Brian Flake is a senior Petroleum Engineering major from Mansfield, Texas. Brian studied in Brazil this past summer, and today he shares one of his most memorable experiences while abroad…getting a haircut.
Today’s My Take on TU segment comes from Ellen Emeric, a senior Sociology major from Springfield, Mo. This past summer, I participated in a summer research fellowship at Texas A&M University. Funded by the National Science Foundation, the program brought... MORE
Andrew Hansen is a sophomore from St. Louis, Mo., majoring in Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics. Today he talks about his favorite freshman memory.