About the College

 

Reflections of Charles and Lynn Schusterman

"Photographs always have found a way of documenting history. They support the words used to describe them and they fill the gaps that written language cannot cross. Photos are the mirrors of history. Each and every one tells a remarkable story." Terry Tush

The University of Oklahoma purchased the British Petroleum Amoco complex at 41st and Yale, now known as The Schusterman Center, in Tulsa with substantial support from the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation. Charles and Lynn Schusterman were honored when the facility was dedicated by President David L. Boren and The University of Oklahoma Regents in December 1999. Support to the university by the Schustermans has been extremely important to the efforts of the The University of Oklahoma and the College of Pharmacy to enhance pharmacy education in Tulsa and Northeastern Oklahoma.

Unfortunately, Charles Schusterman passed away in December of 2000 at age 65. We will miss him tremendously and are thankful to The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation for honoring him.