After being scuttled for two straight summers due to the coronavirus pandemic, the popular Rice in Country study abroad programs hosted by the Center for Languages and Intercultural Communication (CLIC) are once again back in action.
Rice partnered with the Angolan Consulate in Houston for a celebration of Women Through the Lens of Angola
On March 25, the School of Humanities invited students to an ice cream social at the Humanities Building courtyard to share details about several cultural programs and courses available this fall.
This year’s ofrenda honored the more than 5 million people who have died due to COVID-19
ISLA seeks to position Rice on the cutting edge of contemporary studies and research
Rice alumnus Ryan Udell ’21 has been named to the Aviation Week Network’s 20 Twenties Class of 2021, which honors exceptional students seen as the future of the aerospace and defense industries
Rice University graduate student Angel Smith will get some extra help mastering Arabic thanks to a coveted scholarship from the Department of State and the prestigious Boren Fellowship.
In junior high, Nithya Gillipelli fell in love with the Spanish language and Hispanic culture.
Students in Naoko Ozaki’s first-year Japanese course met for the first time face to face May 4 after a semester spent learning together online.
What’s happening at the U.S.-Mexico border is neither new nor the result of recent policy changes by President Joe Biden
Ahead of a typical study-abroad trip for Rice in Japan, professor Naoko Ozaki tells her second-year Japanese students to prepare a recipe they’ll be able to make using ingredients found in Tokyo or the countryside town of Fujieda, Ozaki’s hometown.
Historically and geographically, the new department reaches from ancient Greece to the contemporary Americas.
If your summer travel plans have been sabotaged by the COVID-19 pandemic, don’t worry: Rice University’s Office of International Students and Scholars (OISS) has come up with a novel way to see the world from your favorite armchair.
The university celebrates one of its largest-ever cohorts of Fulbright Scholars this year.
Before the pandemic hit, Jayoung Song was planning to take the students in her first-year Korean language class on a series of immersive trips to some of Houston’s Korean restaurants and grocery stores. And Will Rice freshman Diego Lopez-Bernal was eagerly awaiting the first outing, because trying Korean food last year was one of the things that got him interested in learning the language in the first place.