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  • Think you can’t use lasers, weave or be creative? Step out of your comfort zone and try something new this fall in the I Can’t workshops at the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity at 910 S. Boston Avenue on the Tulsa Community College Metro Campus. These workshops encourage participants to do something they think they can’t do in a fun, welcoming atmosphere. Additionally, I Can’t workshops connect the community with local arts organizations where they can pursue their interests.“We are...
    09/17/2015
  • Dr. Brett Campbell, currently Provost at Tulsa Community College’s Southeast Campus, has been named Vice President for Workforce Development and Provost. Campbell will assess workforce needs in Tulsa County and collaborate with area employers and workforce agencies to establish training programs and academic curriculum to prepare TCC students for future employment opportunities.  He will also provide curriculum oversight and training development with program reviews, community advisory...
    09/15/2015
  • For those who prefer their jazz shaken, not stirred, the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College begins the 2015-2016 with the TTCU Pops series Music of James Bond and Jaimee Paul. The evening features guest jazz vocalist Jaimee Paul, who takes a modern approach to the timeless themes of 007 from “Skyfall” to “Goldfinger.” Performances are 7:30 p.m., Friday Sept. 11 and Saturday, Sept. 12 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education at 10300 E. 81st Street on the TCC Southeast...
    09/02/2015
  • Two nationally known leaders in manufacturing, James Reeb, former Director of Manufacturing for Caterpillar and Carlos Cardoso, former President and CEO of Kennametal, Inc., will be featured at the 2015 Manufacturing Best Practices Conference: Building and Keeping Oklahoma’s Talent Pipeline on Sept. 2 at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center, 6808 S 107th E Ave, Tulsa, Oklahoma. In addition, Kristine Sexter, President of WorkWise Productions and FindTrainKeep, who serves as an industrial...
    08/26/2015
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer José Galvez will share his life’s work of using black and white photography to document Latino life and culture in the United States during a visit to Tulsa Community College. His photography exhibit, “Aqui Estamos…Here We Are: Photography by José Galvez,” will be on display throughout September in conjunction with National Hispanic Heritage Month at the TCC Metro Campus Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity. Galvez’s visit is part of the Julian Rothbaum...
    08/24/2015
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