President Gerard Clancy, M.D. explains that the importance of ensuring TU students feel accepted, empowered, engaged and sustained is vital to the university’s strategic plan.
With humor and candor, retiring Provost Roger Blais contemplates his tenure at TU.
By purposely designing several on and off-campus programs, the university nourishes the potential of students to experience the responsibilities and rewards of leadership.
David and Leslie Lawson’s heartfelt gifts help those who dream of caring for others.
The Oxley College of Health Sciences partners with St John/Ascension to provide vital hands-on experience for students and care for patients.
TU alumnus Matthew Warren aims to ensure not only that TU is compliant, but that the campus embraces the spirit of gender equality.
The School of Art’s iconic student-led ad agency celebrates a quarter century of success.
Several generous donors guarantee that TU will be within the reach of students who might otherwise not have access to a quality education.
Student Sydney Allison found her voice as she wends her way through the college life.
High ACT scores and an exceptional work ethic propelled alumnus Antwane Owens (BSBA ’96) through college and into executive positions throughout his career.
Alumna Ashley Bradley credits her biological and TU families for supporting her as she overcame a devastating diagnosis to realize her dreams.
Expanded academic programs to keep up with student and industry interest; Provost is named; latest rankings; and Institute for Bob Dylan Studies
Rhode’s finalist; Teachers Institute for Tulsa; Gussman juried student exhibition turns 50; and TUTV Media Lab
Students names Innovation Fellows; Friends of Finance speakers; business ethics competition a success; and Hour of Code for Girl Scouts
Little Lighthouse partnership; Hall of Fame inductees; student receives Goldwater Scholarship; and TU finishes 2nd in cyber defense competition
Director named for nursing and athletic training; annual conference a success; and white coat ceremony celebrates students
Law school best value; Rising scholars; new faculty; outstanding law student; and interns at Harvard Immigration Clinic
Museum management program; HCAR symposia; and Norman Rockwell
Cross County team wins fourth straight championship; 2018 football season opener; and new stadium seating unveiled
Alumni team up for a day of services; President Clancy visits alumni nationwide; and TU Uncorked returns to Cain’s Ballroom
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