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  •   Frank Abagnale, who was portrayed in film by Leonardo DiCaprio in "Catch Me If You Can," will speak at a dinner to raise funds for Tulsa Community College’s Corrections Education Program at 6 p.m. Wednesday, July 25 at Double Tree Warren Place, 61st and Yale. The Second Chance Scholarship Dinner will raise money for scholarships for offenders who take TCC classes. Abagnale is one of the world’s most respected authorities on forgery,...
    05/31/2012
  • Tulsa Community College honored the 2012 Best of TCC on May 31 at the Hyatt Regency. The annual banquet honorered those who have graduated and/or attended TCC and are making  positive impacts in their communities and economies. This year’s honorees hail from Tulsa, Sapulpa, Sand Springs, New York City, Russia and more. This year’s honorees, professions and places of employment are: Amanda Bargas, Clinical Resource Nurse, Saint Francis Health System; Rhyan Barlow, Manager in...
    05/29/2012
  • The academic year 2011-2012 brought much recognition to members of TCC’s honors community. External recognition came in the form of the following achievements: The 2012 Phi Theta Kappa Oklahoma Academic Team included three TCC Honors Scholars: Sepideh Darbandi, Danielle Dipboye and Deborah Gibbons. Honors Scholar Toby Decker received a regional Phi Theta Kappa award for Distinguished Chapter Officer as president of Omega Alpha Chapter, Metro Campus.  His chapter also won...
    05/29/2012
  •   Tulsa Community College students will have access to fabulous state-of-the-art equipment and computers in the upcoming academic year courtesy of Fab Lab. Dr. John Gibson, provost of TCC’s Northeast Campus, signed a Memorandum of Understanding on behalf of TCC with Hardesty Center for Fab Lab Tulsa this week. Fab Lab Executive Director Nathan Pritchett signed the agreement on behalf of the lab.  The MOU allows TCC Drafting and Design Technology professor Kirk Elliot to use the...
    05/23/2012
  •   Four Tulsa Community College employees teamed up for the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Marathon to remember a former student who died in the Oklahoma City Bombing. Trudy Rigney, who graduated from TCC, died in the attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building on April 19, 1995. TCC employees Kelly Clark, Mary Cantrell, Pam Kannady and Jeanne Urie commemorated Rigney’s life in the relay marathon held April 29. This is the third year for TCC to participate in the race, which is...
    05/22/2012
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