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Inaugural OYEA competition a success

The University of Tulsa recently hosted the inaugural Oklahoma Young Entrepreneur Awards (OYEA), a competition for innovative Tulsa-area high school students. Teams competed for more than $5,000 in prizes as well as judges’ awards. To enter OYEA, teams identified a... MORE

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Disrupting the status quo

When asked how friends and colleagues would describe him, Jacob Johnson (BSBA ’06) doesn’t skip a beat. “Inquisitive is at the top of that list,” he says, “along with commanding, decisive, logical and systematic. I’m the person who will grab... MORE

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CIS students integral to CCDC success

For the second year in a row, The University of Tulsa won the Southwest Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition and competed for the national title in Texas. At the regional event, hosted on TU’s campus March 17-19, the university’s computer science... MORE

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CIS students help foster a love of reading in Tulsa community

Independent bookstore Magic City Books will soon open in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District. A project of the nonprofit Tulsa Literary Coalition, Magic City Books aims to foster a love of reading and build a community of book lovers in Tulsa.... MORE

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CIS majors encouraged to pursue passions

Senior Andrew Kellehan has loved technology from a young age, so majoring in computer information systems (CIS) proved the perfect fit. He’s extended his interests to cyber security, a field that continues to grow in importance for businesses. “Cyber security... MORE

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Job outlook strong for CIS graduates

Demand for CIS students equipped with the unique combination of technical aptitude and deep business knowledge has grown in recent years and is projected to increase in the future, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook.... MORE

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TU team places first at Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup

University of Tulsa team Composite Damage Solutions took top honors in the graduate high growth division of the 2017 Love’s Entrepreneur’s Cup statewide collegiate business plan competition. Winners were announced during a gala Thursday, April 13, at the Bricktown Events... MORE