Rice President David Leebron regaled a crowd of local business and education leaders at a luncheon hosted by the Greater Houston Partnership with a fireside chat on the future of higher education, the COVID-19 response and more.
Rice has partnered with the Houston Health Department to provide first and second doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to members of the university community and their families, and booster shots for those who are eligible as defined by the CDC and previously received two doses of the Pfizer vaccine.
‘Slow-burning background crisis’ revealed in new work by Rice humanities researcher John Mulligan.
University message shares important updates to COVID-19 response policy
HOUSTON – (Oct. 28, 2020) – Decisive action taken by monetary and fiscal policymakers mitigated the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Scientists at Rice and Rutgers developing two COVID-19 vaccine strategies that do not require cold storage, one of which can be inhaled.
Rice computer scientists are sending RAMBO to rescue genomic researchers who sometimes wait days or weeks for search results from enormous DNA databases.
HOUSTON – (June 22, 2021) – Houston's share of homeowners is dropping, and a growing number of renters interested in buying a home find themselves shut out of the market, according to a new report from Rice University's Kinder Institute for Urban Research.
Rice Magazine has been judged a Grand Gold winner in the international Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Circle of Excellence Awards for the team’s work during the unconventional year of 2020.
SSPEED Center's early-warning system covers hospitals, nursing homes, other critical facilities on Brays, Sims, Hunting and White Oak bayous.
“You chose Rice, I believe, not because it was easy, but because it was hard,” said Rice President David Leebron.
Rice students at this year’s Class of 2021 senior gala took time to reflect on an undergraduate experience that was interrupted in a way no one could have imagined, yet filled with moments of both growth and joy.
Consumer credit scores steadily increased throughout 2020, but an expert from Rice’s Baker Institute for Public Policy says unintended consequences are emerging.