TSU was abuzz for seven days celebrating its 2016 Homecoming – ReMember the Times
John Lewis (D-GA), visited TSU as a special guest of Shelia Jackson Lee (D-TX)
Coming “home” and reconnecting with your alma mater is an important part of your life as a TSU Tiger
Several groups participated in the annual campaign designed to increase awareness of the disease
Dr's. Rochelle Parks-Yancy, Anita Kalunta-Crumpton, Sherridan Schwartz, and Humphrey A. Regis
International Education Week features the Taste of Countries and Parade. Dress in your traditional attire. Food trucks will be available. Sponsored by the TSUs International Programs and International Student Affairs.
Contact: Patricia Luckett
This one-day, interdisciplinary symposium highlights the significance of family history to self-understanding, as well as to local, regional, national, and world history.It is presented by the Department of History and Geography in celebration of Family History Month. Daytime Session: 8:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Evenining Session 6:30 p.m - 8:00 p.m
Contact: Karen Kossie-Chernyshev, Ph.D.
What's Up, Doc? is a new lecture discussion series by COLABS faculty. First topic is: The Tulsa Riots of 1921-Terrence Crutcher: Specific Cities and Their Histories of Racial Violence,led by Dr. Kimberly Brown, Assistant Professor of History. Question and Answer to follow. Light Refreshments provided.
Contact: Dr. Jason Oby
24th annual Southwestern Business Administration Teaching Conference. "Education 2020 and Beyond: Educating Post-Millennial Students in a Mobile Technology Driven, Globally Connected World."
Contact: Muriel Funches