Program helps Rice students build relationships, develop research skills
Artist Diploma student prepares for premiere of ‘Flying Over Sunset’
The Venezuelan artist and educator worked with Rice students to illustrate the legend of María Lionza
ISLA seeks to position Rice on the cutting edge of contemporary studies and research
Chicken tenders and more are on the menu from the team that brought Little Kitchen HTX to Brochstein
'The movies are back' on the ground floor of Sewall Hall.
Opening night concerts mark first public performances at Rice in 20 months
The ‘incredible resource’ for three decades of Owls had to shut down during the pandemic.
When she was president of an Ivy League university, Ruth Simmons learned the importance of confronting an institution’s complicated and controversial history head-on. Now, as a Rice trustee emerita and president of Prairie View A&M University, she has some thoughts and advice.
Rice University ranks among the most lauded institutions in the history of the Princeton Review’s annual survey on the nation’s best colleges, according to a newly published report analyzing three decades of reviews on America’s institutions of higher education.
‘Slow-burning background crisis’ revealed in new work by Rice humanities researcher John Mulligan.
Rice's Office of Research launches three Creative Ventures Funds to seed faculty initiatives and guide them towards commercialization.
The 'Genius Grant' winner and fiction writer will read from her work in English and Spanish.
Flu shots are now available on campus for members of the Rice community.
Rice University wins an “A+” grade and ranks as one of the nation’s top 10 universities in the latest ratings of American colleges compiled by Niche.
Carbon nanotube thread woven into athletic shirts gathered electrocardiogram and heart rate data that matched standard monitors and beat chest-strap monitors. The fibers are flexible and the shirts are machine washable.
‘A true pioneer,’ the department works across boundaries in space, time and discipline.