University of Tulsa
The University of Tulsa began as Henry Kendall College in 1882 and has developed into a leading private research institution that embraces a liberal arts foundation while preparing students for a lifetime of success. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to support charitable causes, give thanks for their own good fortune and find fulfilment by engaging in volunteerism through any number of local, national and global organizations. Celebrating multiculturalism and welcoming internationalization are a way of daily life at TU where they embrace students and faculty from around the world and find ways to introduce U.S. students to other countries and peoples. Faculty and staff are not just employees, they are part of a tight-knit TU family that appreciates differences while helping find common ground to unite their campus. Generous benefits supplement a supportive workplace.
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