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  • (TULSA, Okla.) —The Tulsa Metro Chamber, Tulsa Community College and other regional partners in industry and education announced that Tulsa Community College is part of a consortium receiving nearly $15 million in federal grant funding to establish a nationally-recognized aerospace certificate program. The grant will fund demand-driven training for the region’s thriving aerospace sector. The grant, which is intended to increase the competitiveness of U.S. companies in the aerospace...
    09/21/2012
  • Tulsa Community College employees welcomed three visitors from Japan last week at the Center for Creativity on the TCC Metro Campus. Their visit was among several stops they made in the city in coordination with the Tulsa Global Alliance. Dr. Masamichi Kohno, Associate Professor of Engineering at Kyushu University, explored the topic of online classes with Randy Dominguez, Dean of Distance Learning; Mariko Takahashi, Administrative Assistant in Global Education and part-time instructor; and Dr...
    09/18/2012
  • It’s official: TCC is starting its first Internet radio station this fall, and students can enroll now to become TCC’s first radio personalities. TCC Student Radio Online, “The Grid,” will play music provided by College Music Journal, which is the country’s leading authority on music for college students. To get involved, students can choose from two 12-week classes, Radio Production 1 (JRMC 1613) and/or Radio Laboratory (JRMC 2623). Both classes start Sept. 17. In...
    09/05/2012
  •   Entering college can be intimidating, filled with unanswered questions such as, ‘”Where do I start? What is college like? Is there anyone here I can relate to?” Tulsa Community College’s African American Male Student Success Team will give students the chance to meet mentors at The Call from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 8 in the Seminar Center at the TCC Northeast Campus. AAMSST is a mentoring program made up of African American TCC faculty and staff who...
    08/29/2012
  •     Seven faculty members, five staff and three professional staff were recognized with the Excellence Awards at the 2012 Tulsa Community College Convocation. The 2012 Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence winners are: Dr. Marvin Cooke is deeply committed to teaching and to his students in the Sociology Program on the Metro Campus. He spends a great deal of time preparing his courses, infusing them with innovative and thought-provoking assignments. His talent for making sociology...
    08/16/2012
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