Trustees adopt plan for major redesign of central area on campus
Lab waits to see how Houston’s historic 2021 freeze impacted tiny wasp species
Rice, Texas A&M engineers simulate restoration strategies for reinforced concrete columns
Composition student Jaylin Vinson creates dynamic cello quartet performed by fellow freshmen
Animal-dispersed plants' ability to keep pace with climate change reduced by 60%
Grant will further enhance Rice's reputation as a center for Africa and African diaspora studies, digital humanities
Exhibition kicks off year of programming for art center’s fifth anniversary
CAAAS hosting Robert Michael Franklin Jr. for Jan. 17 talk via Zoom
A Rice architecture student is thinking hard about the problem humans have with fire and how future dwellers at risk could consolidate resources for their own protection while retaining a sense of community.
A 1907 guide for immigrants illuminates a fascinating chapter in Texas history.
Rice is on pace to double research funding by 2027 thanks to faculty success in attracting large, programmatic grants.
Improved interactions in the classroom can create highly engaged students who learn to learn better.
Despair, depression and guilt aren’t helping us — or the planet. What will?
HOUSTON – (Jan. 16, 2020) – Rice’s Moody Center for the Arts will unveil its spring exhibition Jan. 24 with an opening reception for “Radical Revisionists: Contemporary African Artists Confronting Past and Present.”
Clemente Rodriguez served on campus for nearly two decades while rising through the RUPD ranks.
A new global health initiative with Rice University roots could save the lives of hundreds of thousands of babies.
A new study finds Malawi made sustained improvements in the survival of babies with respiratory illness by adopting CPAP nationwide.