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  • Are you a first-generation college graduate or student? Encourage other first-generation students by wearing green and posting a selfie to social media on Friday, May 30 with the handle #ProofPointDay. This day will celebrate the accomplishments of first-generation college students and graduates, who make up 50 percent of the college population according to a 2010 study from the Department of Education. The primary goals of ProofPoint Day are to bring visibility to the hundreds of thousands of...
    05/22/2014
  • The Tulsa Community College Board of Regents voted today to name Leigh B. Goodson, Ph.D., as the fourth president to serve the college since it was founded in 1970. Goodson is the first female named to the role in TCC’s history and the first female president of one of the state’s three largest higher education institutions.  TCC provides the first two years of a baccalaureate education and key workforce training for the Tulsa area. Goodson was selected after a seven-month,...
    05/13/2014
  • Several biotechnology students at Tulsa Community College have been awarded paid summer internships in research labs for this summer. Lina Guerrero and Amanda “Joy” Fortner received Tulsa Area Bioscience Educators and Researchers Consortium (TABERC) internships. This internship opportunity is the result of a joint effort between TABERC and the Tulsa Community College Foundation.  Guerrero and Fortner will spend 20 hours each week for eight weeks in a local research lab,...
    04/28/2014
  • New York based photographer Phil Buehler will showcase photos from his latest work during an exhibit at the TCC Metro Campus Center for Creativity and share his experience with Tulsa Community College students when he comes to town May 1 and 2 to celebrate the first anniversary of the Woody Guthrie Center. Buehler’s activities with Tulsa Community College are sponsored by the Tulsa Community College Foundation, in partnership with the Woody Guthrie Center. Buehler’s latest body of...
    04/28/2014
  • Dr. Barry Epperley has been a leader in the performing arts in northeast Oklahoma for nearly three decades leading a professional orchestra and impacting thousands of lives through his love of music.  He is currently the Conductor and Artistic Director of the Signature Symphony at TCC and will retire in July.  “Give Our Regards to Barry,” a spectacular evening of tribute will honor the contributions of Epperley and feature a performance from Tony award winning Broadway...
    04/25/2014
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