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  • Dr. Diana Spencer, Professor and Coordinator of Biotechnology, along with students Samantha Rice and Ashton Williams, recently visited the nation’s Capitol to share their research in biotechnology with legislators and members of the Community College Undergraduate Research Initiative (CCURI) Advisory Board. Rice presented Analysis of Glyceraldehyde-3-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Genes in Oklahoma Plants. She did the research as part of the Lab Sprints Plus Course, which is an applied...
    10/20/2014
  • The Tulsa Community College Foundation set a new fundraising record with the 2014 Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner by raising more than $300,000 for the TCC Foundation. Jake Henry Jr. received the Vision in Education Leadership Award Sept. 30 that was presented at the Renaissance Hotel. PHOTO: Larry Mocha, TCC Foundation Chair; Leigh B. Goodson, Ph.D., President and CEO of TCC; Jake Henry Jr., President and Chief Executive Officer of Saint Francis Health System; Konnie Boulter, 2014...
    10/03/2014
  • Ben Long, a San Francisco-based photographer, writer, and teacher, will have a photography exhibition on display Oct. 6 - 31 in the Event Hall of the Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity on the TCC Metro Campus. Longwill give master classes for students in TCC photography, film, Photoshop, and video production classes at the Center for Creativity and the TCC Southeast Campus. He’ll also provide several free public offerings: Digital Photography & Film Seminar: 5:30 p.m....
    10/02/2014
  • Tulsa Community College named the seven finalists in the 2014 TCC StartUp Cup business model competition. The competition is powered by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation with the first place winner receiving $30,000; second place $5,000; and third place $2,500. These seven entrepreneurs advance to the final round of competition. A panel of judges selected six finalists after scoring each startup’s business model and hearing a five-minute pitch from the entrepreneur followed by a...
    09/29/2014
  • Safety is a priority at Tulsa Community College, and TCC wants you to know how to stay safe. TCC has its own Campus Police Department with uniformed officers on all four campuses to ensure students, faculty, staff and members of the community feel safe. TCC offers a number of tools and resources to help student, faculty, staff and community members with awareness of their surroundings and knowledge of how to react. Stolen property, theft and fraud were the top reported crimes in 2013 at TCC....
    09/29/2014
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