Category: Interview

Study techniques and tips for final exam preparation  

As the semester ends, students are preparing for Finals Week. Final examinations are the last challenge before students can finally relax and enjoy their break from college. For the best possible results, a student needs to review and plan for studying for his/her finals. In one’s plan, it is essential to begin organizing one’s study […]

TCC Announces a Cyber Skills Center Artificial Intelligence Boot Camp

The Cyber Skills Center at Tulsa Community College (TCC) is to offer a new boot camp program to help meet the growing demand for skills in artificial intelligence (AI). The camp is the Cyber Skills Center’s third program offering. The new boot camp is joining the existing boot camps for cybersecurity and data analytics. TCC […]

TCC Partners with WriteSea to Utilize AI Tech for Job Preparedness

Tulsa Community College is partnering with a company called WriteSea. The Tulsa-based company is known for helping candidates find work and assisting employers to find talent. WriteSea is going to help implement artificial intelligence (AI) to help enhance job search and career development processes for TCC students and graduates. Because of this partnership, TCC will […]

TCC Hosting Three-Part Series with International Scholars 

The Tulsa Community College Foundation is sponsoring a three-part series, featuring three international scholars in public lectures at the Center for Creativity. The scholars will interact with the students in their classrooms. The guest lecturers will target their remarks to their areas of specialty and curriculum.   “It’s a very simple kind of bifurcated model. One is […]

TCC Connection interviews local filmmaker Lisandro Boccacci

Lisandro Boccacci is a filmmaker with years of experience. He has worked with “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” “Tulsa King,” and “The Killers of the Flower Moon” productions. However, he is best known instead for his short films, including “Bankrupt on Boardwalk” (a semifinalist in the 2019 Los Angeles Cine Festival), “Out from Smoke & Ash” […]

TCC partners with OU-Tulsa to offer cybersecurity degrees 

Starting next fall, a new way to earn a degree in cybersecurity and other technology-focused STEM fields will be available to graduates of Tulsa Community College and other associate degree programs. The best part? It will be right here in Tulsa.   The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa’s new Polytechnic Institute (OUPI) will collaborate with TCC to meet […]

Questions and Answers with actress Jackera Davis

Jackera Davis plays the role of Girl Scout and understudies for the character of Lydia Deetz. Davis is a recent graduate of Sam Houston State University with a bachelor’s degree in fine arts specializing in musical theater. The talented young actress is now on her national tour debut. On her way to Tulsa, she was […]

Review: Portraits of the Past: The artwork of Johnny Montgomery 

Veteran, artist, historian, and activist. These are some of the words used to describe Johnny Montgomery, a painter from South Carolina and member of the Gullah nation. His work was recently presented for the Black Wall Street Rally on May 12-13, showcasing his art for many to see for the very first time. The event […]

TCC Bursar clerk, Pamela Alec, is on a mission to preserve Native American art

Pamela Alec has worked as an accounting clerk at the Tulsa Community College (TCC) West Campus Bursar office for five years. Besides that, she has a hobby inherited from her ancestors. Alec loves Native American beading and sewing ribbon skirts. “I was born in Oklahoma, and I am a full-blood Native American,” Alec says. “My […]

Labor Secretary Walsh visits Tulsa’s Historic Greenwood District

U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh was in Tulsa to tour the historic Greenwood district on Feb. 9. Area college students were invited to meet with Sec. Walsh during his visit. Those students were from Tulsa Community College and its media group, TCC Connection; TCC African American Student Association (AASA), Oklahoma State University, and Tulsa […]

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