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
Under challenging conditions, the experience remained as ‘intimate’ as ever thanks to Rice students' resilience and resolve.
Rice faculty members led by bioengineer Gang Bao have been awarded a $4 million CPRIT grant to establish the Genetic Design and Engineering Center.
President Leebron challenges new students to prepare for a life of boldness, courage and contribution.
The global thinker offers parables for a planet in crisis Sep. 13 and 14. during an event that's free and open to the public.
An emotional move-in day greeted students and parents alike.
The Very Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas will deliver annual lecture commemorating the 1963 March on Washington.
New 10-day residential seminar acquaints humanities and social sciences students with Rice, Houston, race and urban life.
Flood disasters like Hurricane Harvey lead some people to move far from the places they had called home.
Rice University has won a Phase I National Science Foundation grant to establish the NSF Center for Adapting Flaws into Features to investigate nanoscale chemical phenomena and optimize the structures and electronic properties of materials.
Researchers identify redundant neural networks in jellyfish-like, freshwater hydra. The work is a step toward modeling how internal states and external stimuli shape the behavior of an organism with a highly dynamic neural architecture.