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ConocoPhillips Donates More Than $1 Million to The University of Texas at Austin

ConocoPhillips continued its commitment to funding higher education at The University of Texas at Austin yesterday with a contribution of $1.185 million.

ConocoPhillips Gives $1 Million in Departmental Grants to The University of Texas at Austin

ConocoPhillips has contributed $1 million to support academic programs at The University of Texas at Austin.

ConocoPhillips CEO James Mulva to Address Energy Forum

Event: The University of Texas at Austin Energy Forum is a student-initiated two-day conference that brings together a cross-section of the university's faculty, students and staff alongside industry, government and NGO partners. The event will showcase the university's energy expertise and bring together academic and professional leaders to address energy issues and foster new venture…   » Continue Reading

ConocoPhillips Gives $1.5 Million To The University of Texas at Austin for Energy Research

ConocoPhillips has committed to contribute $1.5 million over five years to support cutting-edge energy research at The University of Texas at Austin.

ConocoPhillips Gives $1 Million to The University of Texas at Austin

ConocoPhillips has contributed $1 million to support academic programs at The University of Texas at Austin. The grant benefits undergraduates and graduate students in the university's McCombs School of Business, Cockrell School of Engineering, Jackson School of Geosciences and College of Natural Sciences. The largest component of the donation is $275,000 for the SPIRIT Scholars…   » Continue Reading

ConocoPhillips Gives $1 Million in Departmental Grants to The University of Texas at Austin

ConocoPhillips has contributed $1 million to support academic programs at The University of Texas at Austin.

University of Texas Students Compete for $12,000 in Prizes in Business School’s “Next Top Major” Video Competition

Students from across The University of Texas at Austin will be vying for more than $12,000 in prize money in the McCombs' Next Top Major competition, an online video competition where voters from across cyberspace will help decide the outcome. Thirty-six teams composed of 108 undergraduate students have entered the competition. Their mission is to…   » Continue Reading