Category: Tech

TCC opens new cybersecurity lab 

On Feb. 22, people gathered to announce Tulsa Community College’s new Cybersecurity Lab at the Southeast Campus. Dr. Travis White, dean of the Business and Information Technology department, made opening remarks and thanked the many people and companies involved in making the dream of the cyber lab a reality.  White recognized the following companies for […]

Cyber Skills Center’s “Afrofuturism” and The Path to a Tech-Immersed Tulsa 

On July 8, 2022, Tulsa Community College (TCC) and Tulsa Innovation Labs (TIL), in partnership with edX, the global online learning platform from 2U, Inc., and SkillStorm opened the Cyber Skills Center (CSC) in Tulsa. The center will serve as an educational facility for adult students seeking cyber security and data science careers at no […]

Hey, my name is BLU, TCC’s new virtual assistant

If you have been on the Tulsa Community College (TCC) website recently, you may have noticed a new feature. In the lower right-hand side of the page is a blue dialogue box. This tool lets you engage with TCC’s first ever virtual assistant. BLU is a chat bot, which was funded by the TCC Foundation, […]

TCC Library receives a national award for COVID-19 response, innovation and integrity

The Association of College Research Libraries (ACRL) gave a 2021 Excellence in Academic Libraries Award to the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Library department. ACRL has nearly 10,000 members who are librarians and interested individuals in the United States. Kara J. Malenfant, ACRL interim executive director, stated that the selected award recipients demonstrated strength and innovation […]

Where to study during the pandemic

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and campus regulations, studying has become more difficult. Luckily, there are still COVID safe places that offer both protected and clean spaces and free Wi-Fi.  Here are several alternate study places that are not your home or campus. The Gathering Place: The Gathering Place is located at 2650 S. John Williams […]

Reporter’s Notebook: TCC Center for Creativity hosted interesting speakers for online gatherings for 2020

The Thomas K. McKeon Center for Creativity recently switched its face-to-face events to an online format due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The workshops and forums are now delivered right to someone’s smartphone, laptop, or tablet via Zoom. But it was only a technological change. The quality of the workshops and discussions is still very […]

TCC librarians warn the public about ongoing scams

The FBI, police departments, Federal Court and the U. S. Attorney’s Office alert citizens about fraudulent phone calls from scammers pretending to be employees of different government agencies. The callers threaten victims with an arrest for not appearing for jury duty. The scammers use real data about citizens, government officials, court addresses and pressure victims […]

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