The University of Tulsa and The Graduate School offer a number of publications to inform students about various opportunities as well as their responsibilities. The Graduate School, in particular, has several publications that assist faculty and graduate students with making graduate studies at TU a successful and rewarding experience for all participants.
In addition, a number of academic journals are housed on the TU campus, giving students and faculty an opportunity to share their insights and research concerning academic topics with the larger academic community around the world.
The University of Tulsa sponsors a number of academic and literary journals. In addition, several TU faculty edit academic journals not directly housed on our campus.
Journals housed on the TU campus often offer opportunities for graduate students to assist with their production as either paid or unpaid editorial assistants. Graduate students interested in assisting with any of the journals listed below should contact the journal’s managing editor directly to learn more about available opportunities.
Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature, the first journal devoted solely to women’s literature, has for 32 years published groundbreaking articles, notes, research and reviews of literary, historicist and theoretical work by established and emerging scholars in the field of women’s literature and feminist theory. From its inception in 1982, Tulsa Studies has been devoted to the study of both literary and nonliterary texts — any and all works in every language and every historical period produced by women’s pens.
For nearly 45 years, the James Joyce Quarterly has been the flagship journal of international Joyce studies. In each issue, the JJQ brings together a wide array of critical and theoretical work focusing on the life, writing and reception of James Joyce. Our goal is simple: to provide an open, lively and multidisciplinary forum for the international community of Joyce scholars, students and enthusiasts.
The MJP is a multi-faceted project, intended to become a major resource for the study of the rise of modernism in the English-speaking world, with periodical literature at the center of this study. Its historical scope has a chronological range of 1890 to 1922 and a geographical range that extends to English language periodicals, wherever they were published. With magazines at the center, the MJP also has a generic range that extends to the digital publication of books directly connected to modernist periodicals and other supporting materials for the study of these periodicals. The MJP is a joint project of Brown University and The University of Tulsa.
Nimrod, founded in 1956 at The University of Tulsa, has been active in the discovery and publication of new writers for more than 50 years and has had increasing impact on the development of the careers of new writers for more than 28 years through the Nimrod/Hardman Awards.
The Graduate School Bulletin contains all policies and guidelines concerning graduate studies at the University of Tulsa. It also contains descriptions of each graduate degree program at TU. The Bulletin is updated every two years.
Graduate School Viewbook
The Graduate School viewbook provides insight into academic and social life at The University of Tulsa.
Graduate Research Opportunities
Whether you are interested in pursuing a master’s or a doctoral degree, get the answers to important questions as you consider graduate studies at the University of Tulsa and its associated research opportunities.
All students enrolled in a degree program that requires the completion of a thesis or dissertation should consult these guidelines in completing their work. The guidelines outline a number of important issues, including the proper formatting of the work and sources to ensure proper citation and utilization of sources.
This handbook includes important information about the requirements and expectations of those graduate students working as teaching, research or administrative assistants on the TU campus. A workshop for new graduate assistants is offered prior to each fall semester in conjunction with the New Graduate Student Orientation program.
The University of Tulsa Student Handbook provides students with academic and social information. The handbook addresses questions and concerns students face on a daily basis and helps students to know which people and organizations they should contact for assistance.
This electronic newsletter has news and advice on surviving graduate school — from planning your dissertation to navigating the job market. Interested students must sign up at the link above to receive it.
All graduate faculty who advise graduate students should read the Graduate Advisor’s Handbook. It contains useful information about the policies and procedures of the Graduate School and how advisors can assist the Graduate School and their graduate students to ensure that everyone’s graduate educational experiences at TU are positive and productive.
Graduate Student Orientation Materials
The following materials are distributed as part of the Graduate Student Orientation programs.
Research Integrity Workshop