Our engineering and science professors are world-class mentors, eager to share their industry insight and help students excel. Throughout each semester, students are encouraged to join their advisers and peers in groundbreaking research, serve the off-campus community and become well-rounded, sought-after employees.
From the classroom to a career
I've tried to get involved in a lot of areas, realizing that school is extremely important but I can also learn and gain so many other tools from different organizations. Emma Hug, Mechanical Engineering
Nationally recognized TU cyber programs expanding in 2020
TU is poised to launch a new wave of cyber opportunities that will benefit students, faculty, local educators, the city of Tulsa and the entire cybersecurity industry.
EWB sanitation project building a better world
Student Donny Gross has been involved in the Bolivia Sanitation Project for four years and has witnessed the life-changing work made possible by dedicated students. Gross says he’s never met a group of more compassionate, dedicated students who all care more about the well-being of those less fortunate than themselves.
- TU, LIBR partnership at the forefront of mental health research
- CyberCityinitiativetoenhancecyber curriculaand activities in Tulsa-area schools
- TU alumni cracking cases as digital forensic investigators
- New $1.9M NSF grantsupportssoft robotics research
- Ready, set, simulate!ChemESports team competes at nationals