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Newly named Ralph Lowe Energy Institute honors late industry leader, family’s support of TCU

The TCU Energy Institute is changing its name to the Ralph Lowe Energy Institute at the TCU Neeley School of Business in honor of the late Ralph Lowe for his longtime leadership in the energy industry and his family’s generous support of Texas Christian University, effective immediately.

Mary Ralph Lowe, a member of the TCU Board of Trustees, made a significant philanthropic investment to help endow and name the Ralph Lowe Energy Institute as a tribute to her late father. Her gift also supports Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, the university’s most ambitious philanthropic campaign in its nearly 150-year history.

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Lead the Charge. Lead the Change. Lead On.

Texas Christian University is driven by the enthusiasm of those who study and work here and the generous financial support of those who believe in the mission of higher education and the role TCU plays in that mission. This steadfast passion has afforded us the ability to push boundaries to reach new heights and stay on the leading edge. Please join us as we strive to accomplish our strategic goals and remain a force for the greater good. Lead On.

TCU Gives Day Achieves Second Highest Donor, Dollar Records

For the eighth straight year, TCU Gives Day 2021 was a resounding success, celebrating the second highest year in both dollars and donors. On Oct. 26-27, TCU blew past this year’s goal of 2,500 participants — with 2,661 donors — and raised more than $2,106,412 overall for Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, the university’s most ambitious philanthropic campaign in its nearly 150-year history.

Along the way, Horned Frogs unlocked a $100,000 matching gift from the Reckling family and challenge gifts for each school and college, as well as those benefitting Black Alumni Alliance scholarships and the Mary Couts Burnett Library.

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TCU receives $10 million gift for endowed scholarships in College of Education’s Andrews Institute

The late Paul E. Andrews, Jr., has made a $10 million gift to endow scholarships within TCU’s Andrews Institute of Mathematics & Science Education. As part of Lead On: A Campaign for TCU, the gift bolsters one of its highest priorities, which is increasing the endowment for TCU’s people, programs and progress.

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TCU announces new endowed faculty appointments with gifts from the Bezos Family Foundation and the late Dr. Ronald E. Moore


Campaign gifts support TCU’s teacher-scholar model and acknowledge academic excellence, research achievements and leadership of Dr. Jan Lacina and Dr. Frederick W. Gooding, Jr.

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$5 million gift from Marilyn and Morgan Davies endows deanship of TCU’s Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences


The Davies family has made a $5 million commitment to endow the dean position of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences at Texas Christian University. The position will now be known as the Marilyn and Morgan Davies Dean of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences.

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"My classes at TCU have sparked my curiosity and have made it easy to enjoy learning. Taking a variety of classes here — ranging from musical theatre to Native American religion, and critical issues in crime and justice to financial management — has made me think about things I never would have before."
- Grace Collins '22
Clark Society Scholar
Accounting and Finance Major
Houston, Texas

"Here at TCU, there is a true community of people who want to listen and help whoever needs it. Faculty, students and staff all want to be on your team, cheering you on through the valleys and peaks."
- Lau'Rent Honeycutt '22
Clark Society Scholar
Marketing Major
Owens Cross Roads, Alabama

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