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  • Historian, writer and speaker Ruth J. Abram, who founded the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in New York, comes to Tulsa in November to present “Dislocation, Relocation, Reinvention” as part of the Tulsa Community College Metro Campus Lecture Series. The discussion, led by Abram, will examine the issue of immigration, from both a historic and contemporary perspective, as well as its impact on individuals and cultures. The event begins at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5 in the Thomas K. McKeon Center...
    10/28/2015
  • Comedy, intrigue, betrayal and a fresh take on a classic farce are part of the Tulsa Community College Theatre Department’s 2015-2016 season. The productions begin with a five-act comedy by the French playwright Molière, “The Miser,” followed by “One Man, Two Guvnors,” “The Lion in Winter,” and Elton John and Tim Rice’s “Aida.”In addition to the three plays and one musical, the TCC Theatre Department’s popular Die Laughing Improvisational Comedy Troupe will perform at the TCC Metro Campus and...
    09/30/2015
  • The Tulsa Community College Foundation honored Susan Harris and the legacy of Larry Mocha during its annual Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner on Sept. 24 at the Cox Business Center. Harris was presented the 2015 Vision in Education Leadership Award for her visionary leadership in creating Tulsa’s education landscape, including elementary, secondary and higher education. Mocha was posthumously given the Stephen J. Jatras Award for his lasting legacy and passionate support of TCC.Photo...
    09/29/2015
  • 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
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