The University of Tulsa gets a boost to help promote its growing Business Law program. TU alumna and the Business Law Center's namesake Genave King Rogers presented a check Thursday for $25,000.
The gift will go to support many educational outreach activities. Susan Boyd, TU Business Law Center Director: "Today she's given us money because we're going to host a high school mock trial competition and we will invite high school students interested in business law to come to campus to have a wonderful educational opportunity."
Genave King Rogers was the first woman to graduate from the College of Business back in 1938.