Neil “Sandy” Havens ’56, professor emeritus of art and art history whose passion for theater led him to become the first professional director of the Rice Players, died May 3. He was 88.
The historian of science challenged understandings of and assumptions about “new worlds” Feb. 24
Major rebuild to the Rice site adds 3,000 photos, new tools for teaching, learning
Art exhibitions at Moody, MFAH will contextualize research presented Dec. 3-4
Third talk in the ‘Cinema and the Post-Human’ lecture series takes place Nov. 5
Library staff worked throughout pandemic to deliver invaluable documents, digitization and much more.
Rice’s second annual Juneteenth celebration will bring together professors across the university — from Computational and Applied Mathematics to Modern and Classical Literature and Cultures — for three panels exploring ideas and questions central to the meaning and promise of the important holiday.
‘Making Sense’ draws scholars from diverse array of disciplines March 12-13 for an international conference on humanistic research.
New course will explore the American courtroom drama.
The Race and Anti-Racism Research Fund at Rice University has awarded grants to eight professors to develop better understanding of how race, racism and racial injustice affect society.
New health protocol notices in Herring Hall promote safety, smiles.
The New Jersey native and his dad decided to stick around to check out the campus. That’s when he received an email from the Rice School of Architecture dean offering to show him and other students around the school.
Increasing diversity in the faculties of colleges and universities across the U.S. is the mission of the Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship (MMUF) program, which has helped fund the doctoral dreams of over 5,000 students at 48 member schools since 1986.
In this popular course, chemistry and art conservation go hand in hand.
The massively popular online course, launching Feb. 17, now includes a module on Russian relations and perspectives.