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  •  A job well done was the sentiment throughout the 2011 Tulsa Community College Foundation Vision in Education Leadership Award Dinner honoring Lynn and Stacy Schusterman Sept. 22. Nearly 400 family, friends and community members gathered to thank the Schustemans for their generous support of education. The TCC Foundation celebrated the most successful event in its 12 year history raising a record breaking $295,000 which will provide scholarship and academic programs for students at TCC....
    09/24/2011
  • By Kyle Hinchey, TCC Connection West Campus associate editor On Sept. 19, Tulsa Community College released an application for the Apple iPhone called TCCMobile. The application can currently be found in the App Store, free of charge. IPhone users will now have access to virtually the entire college website wherever they go. "The App will consist of the highest demand functions that we've found our users and faculty favor," said Susie Brown, marketing manager at TCC. TCCMobile is...
    09/23/2011
  • Pictured are, from left, Moses Nimo, Sheri Toal, Ian Schalo and Annette Achtehoff, who have recently been awarded paid research internships through OK-INBRE. Four students at Tulsa Community College recently completed paid internships of $5,000 each funded by the Oklahoma IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (OK-INBRE). Moses Nimo, Ian Schalo, Sheri Toal and Annette Achtehoff conducted research at various locations in the state this summer as part of the internship. Dr. Diana...
    09/21/2011
  • TULSA (Sept. 19, 2011)— Where is the best place to park on campus?  Where is the library? When are finals? These are just a few of the questions the more than 19,000 students at Tulsa Community College can get answers to with the new mobile application TCCMobile now available in the iTunes App Store.    TCCMobile provides new or returning students and friends of TCC quick access to important campus contact numbers, event calendars, college news, and descriptions of the more...
    09/19/2011
  • The Red Fork Native American Film Festival hosted at Tulsa Community College is an annual treat for film lovers and anyone interested in Native American culture. The festival is Oklahoma's longest running film festival and presents films that showcase the work of native actors, writers, and directors, or films that focus upon the experiences of indigenous people in an effort to entertain and inform. The festival runs Oct. 13 through Oct. 15 at TCC’s West Campus, 7505 W. 41st St. The...
    09/11/2011
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