Can US shale gas save Europe from its energy crisis?
Ken Medlock, senior director of the Center for Energy Studies at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
France 24 (This article also appeared in 10 other media outlets.)
Peak gasoline heralds price shocks for drivers, inflation headaches
Mark Finley, fellow in energy and global oil at the Baker Institute for Public Policy's Center for Energy Studies, is quoted.
Bloomberg (Subscription is required. This article appeared in 10 other media outlets, and it appeared on the front of the Business section in the Jan. 22 print edition of the San Diego Union-Tribune and in the print editions of The Detroit News and the Boulder Daily Camera. This story was in a previous edition of Dateline.)
Gasoline starts its long, slow ride down
Bloomberg (Subscription is required.)
Paul Singer's Elliott raked in record $13 billion last year
An article mentions Carmen Thompson, managing director of alternative investments at the Rice Management Co.
Bloomberg (Subscription is required.)
Escassez de capital? Elliott, de Paul Singer, levanta valor recorde de US$ 13 bi
Bloomberg Linea (Subscription is required. An English translation is not available.)
Is Silicon Valley no longer start-up central in the US? 5 Southern cities drawing tech companies like Tesla and Apple away from California to Texas, Georgia, Arizona and Florida
Rice is mentioned.
South China Morning Post
Funding approved to study feasibility of storm-surge-blocking islands in Galveston Bay
An article reports that the Houston City Council passed an ordinance authorizing an agreement for a professional consulting services contract between the city and Rice's Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters Center for the Galveston Bay Park Plan. Jim Blackburn, a professor in the practice of environmental law, co-director of Rice's Severe Storm Prediction, Education and Evacuation from Disasters Center and a Rice Faculty Scholar at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required. This article also appeared on the front of the City/State section in the Jan. 21 print edition of the Chronicle and in the Jan. 23 print edition of the San Antonio Express-News.)
Galveston Bay Park Plan advances with agreement on study
Coastal News Today
Uncertainty looms over HISD as TEA draws out takeover decision
Bob Stein, the Lena Gohlman Fox Professor of Political Science and fellow in urban politics at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required. This article also appeared on the front page of the Jan. 22 print edition.)
Business calendar of upcoming events in the Houston area
A roundup mentions that Stephen Klineberg, founding director of the Kinder Institute for Urban Research and an emeritus professor of sociology, is slated to speak at the Greater Heights Area Chamber of Commerce' economic forecast luncheon Jan. 24.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required. This article appeared in the Jan. 23 print edition and a previous edition of Dateline.)
Audio: Reviewing the 10th North American Leaders Summit
Tony Payan, the Françoise and Edward Djerejian Fellow for Mexico Studies and director of the Center for the United States and Mexico at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Rio Grande Guardian
Top 13 thins to do in Houston this weekend of Jan. 27 include 2023 Hot Chocolate Run, Gazillion Bubble Show and more!
A roundup mentions that Richard Lavenda, professor of composition and theory at Rice's Shepherd School of Music, and Benjamin Kamins, professor of bassoon at the Shepherd School, will perform Jan. 28 at West University Branch Library as part of Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Houston on the Cheap
Review: Trans men in Iran are focus of gripping film at Asia Society Texas
An article mentions that Rice Cinema is screening films as part of the Festival of Films from Iran, which runs through Feb. 17.
Houston Chronicle's "Preview" (Subscription is required. This article appeared in the Jan. 22 print edition and was in a previous edition of Dateline.)
Houston Endowment grants $1M to Justicia Lab for local immigration-related pilot program
An article mentions that the Houston Education Research Consortium at Rice's Kinder Institute for Urban Research received a $1 million gift last year from Houston Endowment to increase staff and expand its communications infrastructure.
Houston Business Journal
Dollar General debuts grocery concept in La Marque; Cadillac Bar rumors rev in Galveston
Alumna Christie Cornelius is featured.
The Galveston County Daily News
Dallas nonprofit Education Opens Doors adds 3 new board members
Alumnus and former Rice track and field athlete Drexell Owusu is featured.
Top performing arts events this week: Jan. 23-29, 2023
A roundup mentions that a family-friendly morning concert will be held in Stude Concert Hall at Rice's Shepherd School of Music Jan. 28.
365 Things To Do in Houston
Gushers & Dusters: A weekly look at what we liked — and didn't
A roundup mentions that Asyiah Bray plans to attend Rice on the QuestBridge National Match scholarship.
Texas-Squared Startup newsletter No. 384
A roundup features Rice news stories from the past week.
Texas-Squared Startup on Medium
The cybersecurity threat of TikTok (Jan. 23, 2023)
Timothy Morton, the Rita Shea Guffey Chair in English, discusses his new TV program "The End of the World Has Already Happened," which airs on the BBC.
Houston Public Media (This segment also aired on KUHF-FM in Houston.)
'TWC News All Night'
Mark Jones, the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies, professor of political science and fellow in political science at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is interviewed by Spectrum News Austin about Gov. Greg Abbott's third inauguration, and he is quoted or mentioned in several additional media outlets.
Spectrum News Austin (This segment aired five times.)
Texas lawmakers to revisit redistricting
Herald Banner (This article also appeared in the Weatherford Democrat and Gainesville Daily Register.)
'Fox 26 News Special: What's Your Point?"
KOGO-AM (San Diego)
http://dateline.rice/jan-23-jones (This segment aired four times.)
Juicio a la corte: Imprudente estimación de la ecuación costo/beneficio
El Ojo Digital (An English translation is not available.)
A broadcast features Fay Yarbrough, professor of history and associate dean of humanities, discussing her newest book "Choctaw Confederates: The American Civil War in Indian Country."
http://dateline.rice/jan-23-yarbrough (This segment aired three times.)
Are Mexican cartels carrying out more violence on US soil?
Nathan Jones, nonresident scholar in drug policy and Mexico studies in the Center for the United States and Mexico at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Did Mexico's top cop play a role in the killing of a DEA informant?
¿Clínica de urgencias o sala de emergencias? Una equivocación puede afectarte para siempre
Vivian Ho, the James A. Baker III Institute Chair in Health Economics at the Baker Institute for Public Policy's Center for Health and Biosciences, is quoted.
Univision (An English translation is not available.)
This is the hardest Texas college to get into, ranking shows
An article mentions that Rice is ranked the No. 15 university in the nation according to U.S. News and World Report.
CW39.com (This article also appeared in 10 other media outlets.)
Today, WGNS spoke to a 16-year-old who is a 3-time cancer survivor — listen to his inspirational story on this podcast — hear how his parents helped him every step of the way!
An article mentions that high school student Colton Sheets plans to attend the Aerospace and Aviation Academy at Rice this summer.
'The David Rubenstein Show'
Alumnus Brian Armstrong is featured.
Bloomberg (This segment appeared in a previous edition of Dateline.)
Marijuana can be legal and illegal at the same time: How the hazy mix of state and federal laws is creating a mess
Katharine Neill Harris, the Alfred C. Glassell III Fellow in Drug Policy at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Vangeline Theater/New York Butoh Institute to present free public showing of 'The Slowest Wave/Butoh and the Brain'
Anthony Brandt, professor of composition and theory at Rice's Shepherd School of Music, is mentioned in BroadwayWorld, and he is featured in BaliPortalNews.com.
Vangeline Theater/New York Butoh Institute announces free public showings in February
Inisiasi Kerja Sama FK Unud dengan Rice University Houston USA melalui Kelompok Studi Neuroscience-Artificial Intelligence
BaliPortalNews.com (An English translation is not available.)
Methane woes vex Permian producers' effort to win gas customers
Jim Krane, the Wallace S. Wilson Fellow for Energy Studies at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
The swan genome and transcriptome, it is not all black and white
An article mentions that Erez Lieberman Aiden, adjunct assistant professor of computer science, and former Rice postdoctoral fellow Olga Dudchenko co-authored the featured research.
Science News | Research sheds light on organs of innermost ear which sense head position
An article features collaborative Rice research into the speed of signal processing of synapses. Co-authors quoted or mentioned include Rob Raphael, associate professor of bioengineering, graduate student Aravind Chenrayan Govindaraju and alumnus Imran Quraishi.
Houston. Torna il 'Caffè della Scienza' promosso dal consolato
An article mentions that Andrea Isella, the William V. Vietti Associate Professor in Space Physics, will participate in the discussion "How planetary systems are formed: The revolution of high-resolution astronomical observation" at Rice's Brockman Hall for Opera Jan. 27.
Fatti Nostri (An English translation is not available.)
Una nuova teoria spiega come potrebbero formarsi i pianeti, la spiegazione sembra fantascientifica
An article features research into how planets form co-authored by André Izidoro, the Welch Postdoctoral Fellow in Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences.
TecnoAndroid.it (An English translation is not available.)
Cearense de 12 anos viaja para representar o Brasil em olimpíada nos Estados Unidos
An article mentions that Rice hosted the Copernicus Olympiad, an international STEM competition for students from 5th to 12th grade, last year.
Opovo (An English translation is not available.)
Negro panorama en este 2023 para Mexico: Universidad Rice
An article features the Mexico Country Outlook 2023, a new report from the Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Omnia (An English translation is not available.)
OTHER NEWS OF INTEREST
Why gas stoves matter to the climate — and the gas industry: Keeping them means homes will use gas for heating too | Opinion
Daniel Cohan, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and a Rice Faculty Scholar at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, authored an article.
PennLive.com (This article originally appeared in The Conversation.)
Chester County student earns rare perfect ACT score
Rice is mentioned.
Daily Local News (This article also appeared on the front of the Local News section in the Jan. 22 print edition.)
Opinion: Can PIB ever really become a hub?
The Pine Belt News
Post-2023 leadership function and the lessons of history for Nigeria
An article mentions President John F. Kennedy's "moon speech," which was delivered at Rice Sept. 12, 1962.
Turner strikes gold in long jump to highlight Friday action for Roadrunners
An article mentions that Rice's track and field team competed in the University of Houston's Robert Platt Invitational. Owl Elian Ahmar earned second place in men's shot put and Alyssa Balandran won the women's mile.
TEN: Jan. 18 Athletes of the Week
Rice tennis player Wes Barnett is mentioned.
WT opens season with pair of wins over Houston, UTRGV
An article mentions that Rice's women's tennis team faced Baylor University Jan. 23.
BaylorBears.com (This article also appeared in the Baylor Lariat.)
WT hosts four matches in three days to kick off spring slate
Men's basketball central: Charlotte at WKU
An article mentions that Rice's men's basketball team is slated to play the University of North Carolina at Charlotte Jan. 26.
Cardinal countdown: 4 weeks until first pitch
An article mentions that Rice's baseball team is slated to play in the Shriners Children's College Classic March 3-5 at Houston's Minute Maid Park.
MSN (This SB Nation article appeared in a previous edition of Dateline.)
Carolina football names Jason Jones cornerbacks coach
Former Rice assistant football coach Jason Jones is featured.
Elon sweeps singles against Campbell for first win of season
An article mentions that Rice's men's tennis team will play Elon University Jan. 28.
Falcons East-West Shrine Bowl roster revealed
A roundup features former Rice football player Ikenna Enechukwu.
Sports Illustrated's Falcon Report (This article also appeared in YardBarker.)
Iowa QB transfer Alex Padilla commits to SMU: Mustangs search for new starter after Tanner Mordecai departure
An article mentions that Rice will join the American Athletic Conference.
How BYU's transfer class stacks up against its Big 12 peers
Rice football player J.T. Daniels is mentioned.
Sports Illustrated's Cougs Daily
KXNT-AM (Las Vegas)
XFL 2023: Houston Roughnecks supplemental draft and free agent additions breakdown
A roundup features former Rice football player Emmanuel Ellerbee.
Men's basketball splits contests with Rice and Alabama-Birmingham
An article mentions that Rice's men's basketball team defeated the University of North Texas 72-60 Jan. 19.
North Texas Daily (A similar article also appeared in the Denton Record-Chronicle.)
UAB WBB travels to North Texas
An article mentions that Rice's women's basketball team defeated the University of North Texas 81-74 Jan. 19.
'Houston's Morning Show'
Alumnus Doug Malcolm is mentioned.
Team Boneyard collective gaining steam to benefit ECU student athletes
Rice is mentioned.
Experts to discuss Pakistan's energy and water security challenges at Baker Institute event
How can Pakistan ensure its energy and water security while facing geopolitical turmoil and the ravages of climate change? Experts will discuss these and other critical issues in the country during a Jan. 26 event from Rice's Baker Institute for Public Policy.
New enzyme could mean better drugs
Biomolecular engineers at Rice identified a new Diels-Alderase, an enzyme that catalyzes the Diels-Alder reaction, a widely used method of synthesizing important materials and pharmaceuticals, from raw materials for plastics and fuels to synthetic steroids.
Andrew Grams to lead Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra as major ensembles kick off spring semester
Andrew Grams, former music director of Elgin Symphony Orchestra, will lead the Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra as the school's major orchestra ensembles kick off their spring semester performances Feb. 3 and 4.
Can you judge trustworthiness based on looks? Rice research says no
How many times have you heard someone say, "He looks trustworthy"? As it turns out, you can't trust appearances. A new study from Rice political scientist Rick Wilson and Texas A&M economist Catherine Eckel examines the topic. "Attributions of Trust and Trustworthiness" will appear in an upcoming edition of Political Behavior.