New Year, New You: 3 Great Events to Start 2024

Get a jump start on your new year by learning skills and techniques to help you get organized and be creative, lower your stress and increase your attention, and improve your flexibility and ease work/study strains! Join us at Schusterman Library at OU-Tulsa for three great events to learn about bullet journaling, mindfulness meditation, and office yoga. All events are free, but registration is required.


New Year, New You: Bullet Journaling & Beyond

Wednesday, Jan. 24  |  12 pm-1 pm  |  Schusterman Library

Teddy Bear Drive 2023

Our annual campus tradition is back for the 26th year! Help bring joy to children who have experienced abuse or neglect by donating a new stuffed toy or a new blanket for Tulsa’s Children's Advocacy Center/Child Abuse Network. Each child who is helped by CAC/CAN receives a stuffed toy and a blanket. Because CAC/CAN helps children ages 0-18, they need a variety of stuffed toys and blankets!

To donate, bring any new stuffed toy or new blanket to Schusterman Library.

Wed. Nov. 15th: Free Grilled Cheese with Tomato Soup!

We're celebrating the new power outlets on the library patio by serving up free lunch! Stop by the library on Wednesday, November 15, 2023 from 12-1 pm to grab a free grilled cheese sandwich and tomato soup and check out the patio space. 

Sandwiches and soup will be available while supplies last. 

Nov 7th at 12 pm - Scholar Squad: Introduction to Statistical Software

This Scholar Squad will provide a brief overview of some of the most common statistical software used in data analysis and data management (SPSS, SAS, R, STATA) with comparisons and the advantages and disadvantages of each. This will be followed by a practical walk through of importing data in these platforms, running basic descriptive statistics, and some entry level statistical tests. The session will be led by Nick Hollman, Research Biostatistician, and Sarah Beth Bell, Staff Scientist, within the Office for Research Development and Scholarly Activity. 

National Hispanic Heritage Month: Amairani Perez Chamu

Tuesday, October 10th at noon: OU-Tulsa Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion presents Amairani Perez Chamu, Manager of the Hispanic Resource Center at Tulsa City-County Library, in the Library Gallery. Ms. Chamu will present on the history of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Hispanic Resource Center and its contribution to the Latino community, upcoming events, and how community members can be involved with the center. This event is free and all are welcome!

Scholar Squad: Making Citations Manageable - Oct. 3rd at noon

Using a citation management app will let you gather, organize, and format your resources as in-text citations and reference lists with just a few clicks. Librarians Toni Hoberecht and Emrys Moreau will introduce citation management apps EndNote and Zotero, demonstrate some of their features, and highlight unique benefits of each. Join us for this Scholar Squad to learn how these apps can make citing easy while saving you time!


Enter to win! Mind + Body + Miles Challenge 

During the month of September, help the Schusterman Library walk to the OU Bizzell Memorial Library and back (256 miles) by using one of our three reservable treadmill desks. 

Plus, enter to win! Everyone who uses one of the Schusterman Library’s treadmill desks, bicycle desks, or under-desk ellipticals in September can enter to win one of our Wellbeing Awareness Month prize bags. You can complete a new raffle entry at the time of each use.