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  • Marion Jones, who became the first woman ever to win five medals at one Olympics, is hoping to help incarcerated offenders get a second chance by appearing at a fundraiser and speaking to graduates of Tulsa Community College’s Corrections Education Program. Jones, who lost her medals in 2007 because of her admission to using performance-enhancing drugs, will emcee the Second Chance Scholarship Dinner at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 25 at DoubleTree Warren Place, 6110 S. Yale Ave, Tulsa. She...
    07/17/2012
  • The top 12 entrepreneurs and their business ideas have moved on to the semi-finals of the TCC StartUp Cup powered by Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. Their business models will be competing for a top prize of $30,000 in startup money. “After an exciting round of hearing the Top 25 business idea pitches, we are proud to send these 12 entrepreneurs to the next level,” said Elizabeth Frame Ellison, executive director of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation and main organizer of the...
    07/11/2012
  • Students who have completed an associate’s degree at Tulsa Community College can now transfer seamlessly into a four-year degree program at St. Gregory’s University. Dr. Tom McKeon, president of TCC, and Dr. Gregory Main, president of SGU, with both schools signed an articulation agreement at SGU’s Tulsa campus on June 18. The joint program allows transfer opportunities for academically qualified graduates of TCC’s Business Administration Program who are interested in...
    06/19/2012
  • Tulsa Partners’ annual Nania Awards Banquet and Fundraising Auction is honoring Tulsa Community College’s Center for Creativity and Professor Tina Peña June 19 at the Tulsa Garden Center, located at 2435 South Peoria Avenue. This year’s Nania Awards recognize local individuals and corporations who have served our region in building a disaster-resistant and sustainable community. TCC’s Center for Creativity is being awarded the Special Corporate Campaign Award for...
    06/13/2012
  • The top 25 entrepreneurs and their business ideas have been selected to advance to the next round of the TCC StartUp Cup powered by Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation. Their business models will be competing for a top prize of $30,000 in startup money. “These are Tulsa’s best potential new businesses, and we are excited to guide them into real world companies,” said Elizabeth Frame Ellison, executive director of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation and main organizer of the...
    06/06/2012
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