About EST


The Engineers’ Society of Tulsa is an innovative and modern engineering society with members representing all disciplines of the engineering profession as well as allied fields. 




Business | Community | STEM 




• Continual education of members

• Focus on leadership training

• Connect members with industry leaders

• Provide networking opportunities

• Share best practices of Tulsa’s most successful companies

• Attend speaking events and site visits



• Organize and participate in charitable service events

• Maintain community to retain, attract businesses



• Collaborate with allied engineering societies to promote existing STEM events

• Sponsor of the Sand Springs Downhill Derby

• Sponsor an event at the Tulsa Engineering Challenge

• Sponsoring of the Engineer’s Week Breakfast & Career Seminar

• Sponsorship a FirstRobotics Team

• Providing creative services to non-profit organizations to promote STEM


This website is the best source of up-to-date information about the society but the following are additional ways to hear about what is going on: 

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    Commitment: It's Up to You by David Rader

    In January, EST had a great event with Former TU Football Coach David Rader as he presented Commitment: It's Up to You.  After the event, I asked David if he would write a guest blog for EST so that I could share his message with more people.  He graciously agreed and his blog follows. 


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    FIRST Robotics, The Impact on STEM Students by Joseph Parackal

    As you may have seen through social media outlets, last month the Engineers’ Society of Tulsa became a gold sponsor of Union’s First Robotics Team, Ubotics - Team 3507.  A major focus area of the society is to support STEM and it fit well within our vision to partner with Ubotics.  

    Helping Ubotics monetarily is just the beginning, we now need our members and other engineers and allied professionals to mentor these students in Jan & Feb as they design and build their robot in just six weeks. It is hands off, they just need advice and a little direction.  The following is a guest blog from Ubotics Marketing lead, Joseph Parackal discussing first-hand how impactful the FirstRobotics program is and the need for mentors to help Ubotics reach their goals.

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    EST's New Vision & Mission

    This month I would like to share with you the new vision and mission of EST.  I believe it is vitally important to constantly discuss our vision and to share it with as many people as we can reach.  We are doing great things at EST through our members and volunteers with the following being the foundation for everything we do.  I hope it resonates with you and makes you want to get more involved in advancing Tulsa’s engineering community through EST membership.

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    Transforming Potential into Performance by Kelly Riggs

    In August, EST had one of the most inspirational events that I have attended.  Kelly Riggs presented “Coaching for Leaders: How to Transform Potential into Performance.”  We had tremendously positive responses from the crowd and a few of those are captured here:

    There were some really great gems in there that I can apply immediately.  

    Ethan Liston, OSU BSME graduate


    I wish I had heard that thirty years ago.

    Richard Wollmershauser, Independent Civil Engineering Professional 


    That was really tangible information, and he speaks with such passion.

    Hamid Mozafari, Masters Student at UTulsa

     After the event, I asked Kelly if he would write a guest blog for EST so that I could share his message to more people.  He graciously agreed and his blog follows. 

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