Phillips 66 gift advances Collins College of Business programs

Phillips 66 gift advances TU programs

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TU President Gerard Clancy with Phillips 66 Vice President of Technology Merl Lindstrom

Representatives from multinational energy company Phillips 66 visited The University of Tulsa this spring to present a generous gift of $250,000 that will support scholarships, programs, academic initiatives and student organizations in the Collins College of Business and College of Engineering and Natural Sciences during the 2017-2018 academic year.

Phillips 66 Vice President of Technology Merl Lindstrom along with Mark Abbott, principal project manager; Thad Satterfield, director of university relations and recruiting; and Kendra Deaton, senior advisor presented the check to TU President Gerard Clancy.

During their visit to campus, Phillips 66 team members held a reception for students and also interviewed prospective interns, employees and scholarship recipients.

Within the Collins College of Business, Phillips 66’s gift will help fund programs and scholarships in the School of Accounting and Computer Information Systems as well as organizations including iTU, Beta Alpha Psi, Women in Business and Friends of Finance.