Bernard “Bernie” Banks will join Rice University’s Doerr Institute for New Leaders as its director, effective Jan. 1.
A Doerr Institute for New Leaders course titled Demystifying Measurement is equipping students with the skills to develop evaluation systems that explore the impact of leader development programs in higher education and beyond.
The Doerr Institute for New Leaders recently named Alex Han and Zac Andrews as the winners of the first Doerr Leader Impact Award for their dynamic and innovative work in community leadership.
Higher education institutions across the country have a few more months to begin applying for the Carnegie Elective Classification for Leadership for Public Purpose (LPP) within Rice University’s Doerr Institute for New Leaders. The program aims to improve the practice of leadership education and development.
The Doerr Institute for New Leaders is furthering its mission to elevate the leadership capacity of Rice University students and improve the practice of leader development in higher education at large with its new Doerr Leader Impact Award program.
For the first Owls After Dark event of the semester, the Rice Student Center partnered with the Doerr Institute for New Leaders to host a late-night Lego building competition Jan. 19 in the Rice Memorial Center’s Grand Hall.
Looking to build leadership skills in the new year? The Doerr Institute for New Leaders’ Catalyst program is now open for applications from Rice students.
The Rice Student Center and the Doerr Institute for New Leaders joined forces Aug. 25 to host a fun filled Owls After Dark Game Night.
Stefanie Johnson, acclaimed leadership author, professor and keynote speaker, has been named the new director of the Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University. She will take over for outgoing director Tom Kolditz July 1.
Leadership education and development proponents have two new ways to elevate their commitment to developing skills students need to become leaders: the Carnegie Elective Classification in Leadership for Public Purpose (LPP) and HigherLed, a digital resource community.
Kimberly Jones , a doctoral candidate in Rice’s Department of History, has been selected as one of eight WW Dissertation Fellows in Women’s Studies for 2022 by the Institute for Citizens and Scholars and will receive $5,000 to go toward expenses incurred while completing her work.
The Ann and John Doerr Institute for New Leaders, in partnership with the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching and the American Council on Education, plans to launch Leadership for Public Purpose.
Tom Kolditz, director of Rice University's Ann and John Doerr Institute for New Leaders, has announced his departure from Rice effective June 30, 2022. He will remain with the institute as a member of its external advisory board.
Tim Harrison ’20 brought a powerful spoken-word performance to campus for a FWIS class
The Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University is expanding its CoachRICE leadership coaching program, providing other institutions of higher education with training to improve how they develop students as high-potential leaders.