Register now for the September Conference: Power Hungry: The Science, Economics and Politics of Energy in Texas






Energy production and consumption are major drivers of Texas, the United States and the world.  The Permian Basin is home to the most prolific energy producing region in North America, and possibly the world. However, many might not truly know what energy means to the economy, politics and the environment. At the Midland Conference, we’ll pull back the curtain on these topics and give everyone the chance to see what the Permian Basin has to offer in its people, culture and, of course, its energy production.

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A Message from the  President

In these difficult times, the work of The Texas Lyceum is more important than ever. The challenges of the global pandemic have forced us to adapt and pivot in order to continue  convening the important conversations for which The Texas Lyceum is known. As the pandemic set in, we mobilized to continue to virtually convene conversations around the    important issues facing the state. I appreciate the steady leadership of our 2020 President Laura Dixon and her executive committee in 2020. In 2021, we will remain flexible and  are committed to helping lead civil discourse on topics important to the future of our great state. 

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Dr. Diana Natalicio Recognized with 2020 Stewardship of Texas Values Award


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Class of 2022 Directorship Applications Now Open

The Texas Lyceum is now accepting applications for the Class of 2022! Help the organization identify the next generation of Texas leadership by sharing the application and nominating potential directors.

Each applicant must complete the online directorship application and have two letters of recommendation submitted electronically by September 2, 2021. One of the recommendation letters must come from a Lyceum Director or Alumnus. No exceptions to the deadline will be granted. Emailed, faxed, or mailed applications and letters of recommendation will not be accepted.

The Texas Lyceum directors gain exposure to different perspectives on various issues affecting our state. After a Lyceum conference, Directors return to their business, nonprofit organization, or government service with a more robust understanding of our state, our population, and the issues we face. 

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Recruiting Happy Hours

Join us for a recruiting happy hour in your area to learn more about the Texas Lyceum. Check out the events calendar to learn more about locations and times throughout the state. If you don’t see an event in your area or have questions, contact  Amy Laine at 512-632-9391

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Texas2036 to Serve as Official Data Partner of The Texas Lyceum in 2021

In January, The Texas Lyceum announced plans to work with Texas 2036 as its Official Data Partner in 2021. As the Lyceum tackles important topics over the course of the year, it’s important to ensure that each conversation and conference begin with a review of unbiased data to help inform the discussion of the challenges and potential policy solutions available. 
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Texas Lyceum Partners with TCU to Launch Inaugural Executive Leadership Development Program


Lyceum launches partnership with TCU Neely School of Business to deliver leadership training for current directors.

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