Great Professors Create Great Relationships

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Dr. Estelle Levetin teaching Medical Bota

Today’s Tuesday with Tulsa blog post comes to us from Meghana R., a biology/pre-med major from Tulsa, Okla.

Hi everybody!  After a really relaxing Spring Break, it’s time to make that final push to the end of another great semester!  I actually picked up my enrollment card the other day and when asked about my graduation date (May 2015- 395 days away!), I couldn’t believe that it was finally my turn to be a senior!  I only have one more year to take advantage of all the fun times and meaningful experiences TU has to offer.  One such meaningful experience is building great relationships with my amazing professors, of which TU has no shortage. Continue reading

SENEA: Sustainable Engineering for Needy and Emerging Areas

Casey Reed
23 days into 2012, and TU students have already changed lives….
Read this great project report about two TU undergraduate mechanical engineering students who traveled to Guyana, South America a few weeks ago to establish solar powered water chlorination systems in three different villages. This project began in May 2010 and the research and development was performed by students at the undergraduate level.
Sustainable Engineering for Needy and Emerging Areas
Guyana Pilot Implementation

I can’t wait to read the reviews next year, when the students return to expand this year’s project.

Tuesday With Tulsa: Meet a TU Alum

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Welcome to our first Tuesday with Tulsa blog post! On Tuesdays, we want to feature guest blog posts from the TU community- alumni, students, faculty, and anyone else that is affiliated with TU and has something they want to say.

Today’s blog post is by Britney Grayson, a TU alum who is finishing up a combined MD-PhD program at Vanderbilt University. Thanks, Britney, for contributing to our blog!

-Casey Reed

Hello from Nashville! My name is Britney Grayson. I am a Tulsa native (graduate of Booker T. Washington High School and the International Baccalaureate Program) and alumna of The University of Tulsa, class of 2004. I am delighted that many of you reading are considering TU for college. I’d love to share a little bit of my story with you including why I am so thankful that I chose TU for my undergraduate education.

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