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  • Emily McSpadden is the Tulsa Community College student artist behind the colorful 2012 TCC Holiday card titled “Silberhaus Nussknacker.”  She put acrylic paint on canvas back in December 2011 for a holiday-themed class project.  Her work was selected to be the official TCC holiday card for this year, and TCC President Dr. Tom McKeon is mailing the cards to employees and friends of the College. (Photo:  McSpadden and her instructor Kristal Tomshany were recognized at...
    12/17/2012
  • Tulsa Community College President Tom McKeon has been appointed to work with Governor Mary Fallin on the three ‘E’s’- Education, Economic Development and Employment as a new member of the Governor’s Council for Workforce and Economic Development. “I am excited about this opportunity to work with leaders from across the state to ensure that we are moving Oklahoma forward—in education, economic development and employment,” McKeon said.  “I...
    12/14/2012
  • An idea that began with wanting to help mothers who have young children during the holiday season has resulted in a big donation to Emergency Infant Services in Tulsa. Students in Professor Jerrilyn Eisenhauer’s Financial and Tax Accounting course donated more than 1,100 diapers to EIS this week. The diapers went to the new east location. Brian Selsor, a student in Eisenhauer’s class, delivered the diapers. For more information about EIS, click here.
    12/14/2012
  • Tulsa Community College students will ring in the New Year with a new email system that will be available Jan. 7—that’s one week before spring classes begin on Jan. 14. Students will use Microsoft Office 365 which replaces the current MyTCC email system. Benefits of Microsoft Office 365 include: ·Access to email anywhere (PC, tablets, mobile phones) ·Email, calendar, contacts and tasks sync across devices ·Large 25GB mail box size ·Experience with Outlook...
    12/13/2012
  • The Tulsa Community College Community Orchestra and Community Band will perform a Winter Concert on at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 20 at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education on the TCC Southeast Campus. Enjoy music from various composers of classical and contemporary styles. Many holiday favorites will also be performed. General admission is $5; students and senior citizens, $4; groups of 10 or more, $2; TCC students and faculty, two complimentary passes. For tickets, call 918-595-...
    12/13/2012
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