My Road Began at TU

Jennifer AllenToday’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Jennifer A., a 2009 TU graduate with degrees in Spanish and Psychology.

If I had a chance to do it over, I would. College, that is. Choosing the University of Tulsa for my undergraduate education was the best decision for my life. I graduated from TU in 2009 with a double major in Spanish and Psychology. I could never recall all of the things I learned while at TU, but the further removed I am from college life, the more I realize the true impact TU has made on my life. Sure, TU was some of the most exciting and eventful four years of my life, where I met my best friends, my fiancé, made lasting relationships with professors, where I gained independence and the confidence to know that I could succeed in life…TU is where I was challenged to excel and supported to reach my goals. Continue reading

Carly In The Desert!

Carly HatToday’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Carly C., a senior political science major from Tahlequah, Okla.

My name is Carly, and I’m from Tahlequah, Okla. I’m a senior at the University of Tulsa studying Political Science. This summer, I’m interning in Miami, Ariz., with Freeport-McMoRan Copper and Gold. FCX is a mining company committed to community development locally and internationally, something I’m hoping to focus on after graduation. Currently I’m working in the Global Supply Chain where I take part in purchasing, distribution, inventory, bid walks, and everything to do with contracts. It’s a lot of responsibility that I’m lucky to have! Continue reading

Cyber Corps Program

Have you heard of TU’s Cyber Corps program? If you haven’t, and you are interested in computer science, computer engineering, electrical engineering, applied physics, engineering physics or mathematics, you should definitely check it out. Students apply to the TU Cyber Corps program during their undergraduate work, or as a graduate program. TU Cyber Corps students do all kinds of top-secret, MacGyver-like things, like extracting information from cell phones and computers in high-profile criminal investigations and programming public officials’ cell phones. I can’t tell you specific examples, because the students aren’t allowed to talk about most of it! Students from all over the country come to TU specifically for our Cyber Corps program. It has gotten a lot of press lately from prominent publications! Here are a few…

Daily Mail – The School That Trains Cyber Spies

Los Angeles Times – Cyber Corps Program Trains Spies For The Digital Age

Huffington Post – University of Tulsa Offers Course Training Students In Online Espionage

TU Earns NSA Designation As Center of Excellence