TU Law students instrumental in gaining freedom for 29 prisoners

In 2016, a majority of the citizens of Oklahoma voted “yes” on State Question 780. As a result, simple drug possession was transformed from being a felony to a misdemeanor. The new law, however, did not apply retroactively. There was no reprieve for people already serving lengthy prison sentences for a crime that, overnight, had […]

TU students present business plan in Czech Republic

University of Tulsa students participated in a unique business course during spring 2018 that took them from a classroom on campus to a board room in Prague. Two master’s students and 18 undergraduate students from various majors were enrolled in the faculty-led study abroad course that was designed to take them through the process of […]

Schweitzer Leadership Summit addresses Tulsa health disparities

The first-ever Schweitzer Leadership Summit welcomed more than 60 graduate students and professionals from across the country to Tulsa earlier this month to learn how local leaders are improving health disparities and strengthening the Schweitzer Fellowship U.S. network. The event was hosted November 2-4 by current and past Albert Schweitzer Fellows who saw an opportunity […]