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  •   They have served our country and now Tulsa Community College is trying to help serve veterans who return to college.  More than 2,000 members of the Oklahoma National Guard’s 45thInfantry Brigade Combat Team returned from a tour in Afghanistan in March and April of 2012.   Jeff Gruszeczki was one of them.  Before his deployment, Gruszeczki was a part-time academic advisor at Tulsa Community College, and upon his return he became a full-time academic advisor and...
    11/12/2012
  • Tulsa Community College and Langston-Tulsa pledged today to renew the partnership between the two colleges to help strengthen the transfer path for students from TCC to Langston.  The agreement allows TCC graduates with an associate degree to move seamlessly into a four-year degree at Langston-Tulsa and applies to six of the most popular programs. Accounting Business Education Human Services Management Psychology This agreement also allows a student after...
    11/09/2012
  • Oklahoma author and motivational speaker, Corey D. Taylor, launches a three-state motivational tour on Friday, November 9, 2012.  Taylor is a part-time faculty member at Tulsa Community College where he teaches public speaking in the Communications department. For Taylor, this tour is something that was birthed out of a sincere desire to infuse hope into hurting youth.  “I decided to launch this tour to embed hope into the hearts of hurting kids,” said Taylor.  ...
    11/07/2012
  • The 2012 drought may turn out to be just as devastating as the 2007 ice storm when it comes to the amount of damage done to our urban forest.  While you may not see tree limbs littering area streets, the lack of rain is every bit as dire as the ice storm was for our trees and shrubs. Tulsa is suffering because of it and our urban forest is in need of some resuscitation.  ‘Landscape CPR’ is a free workshop, on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at 7 p.m., that will take a look at lifesaving...
    11/07/2012
  • The Tulsa Community College Civil War Sesquicentennial Commemoration presents Kristen T. Oertel at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 8 in the Center for Creativity on the TCC Metro Campus. Oertel will present “Worth a Dozen Men: Women and the Civil War.” Oertel is the Mary F. Barnard Chair of Nineteenth-Century American History at the University of Tulsa. Her first book, “Bleeding Borders”(LSU Press, 2009), examines how Indians, African Americans and women shaped the conflict...
    11/05/2012
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