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Robert Bryce to speak at TCU event

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The Kenneth W. Davis, Jr. Endowed Lectureship announces author Robert

Bryce as series event speaker at the Kelly Alumni Center on the TCU campus on Oct. 19, 2016.

Best selling-author and energy expert Robert Bryce will be discussing his book Smaller Faster Lighter Denser

Cheaper, and providing his long-term view of energy innovation and technology. The dinner and lecture will be at 7 p.m., following an industry mixer at 5:00 p.m. at the Kelly Alumni Center located at 2820 Stadium Dr., Fort Worth, 76109. It is free to the public and attendees can RSVP to v.merrill@tcu.edu by Oct. 14, 2016 (seating limited).

The Davis Lectureship was created with a generous endowment given to the TCU Energy Institute by Kenneth W. Davis, Jr. This speaker series brings to the TCU campus distinguished speakers with expertise in energy-related fields to promote knowledge about the energy industry, energy management, cutting-edge energy technology and other energy-related subject matter. With the gift Davis has provided, this opportunity provides for unique learning experiences and supports the University’s priorities to teach, develop and promote dialogue by engaging formal and informal exchanges with students, faculty and the community.

“Having Robert Bryce, a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of Power Hungry, Gusher of Lies, and Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper here to discuss the energy business and sustainable energy sources at the TCU Leaders in Energy Speaker Series is exciting for our students and the energy industry,” said Dr. Ken Morgan, director of the TCU Energy Institute. “The Kenneth W. Davis Jr. Leaders in Energy Speakers Series allows us to bring the world’s foremost energy authorities, such as Mr. Bryce, to campus to share their perspective about our local and global energy future. We are excited about having him as our special guest so that we can better understand our changing energy landscape, energy technologies, and the opportunities ahead.”

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