Jury of Rice judges will consider feasibility, durability, creativity and public impact
ISLA seeks to position Rice on the cutting edge of contemporary studies and research
The 'Genius Grant' winner and fiction writer will read from her work in English and Spanish.
President Leebron challenges new students to prepare for a life of boldness, courage and contribution.
The environmental philosopher wants to model a new work-life balance that sends a message of care.
Creative writing program offers unique opportunity to learn from America’s foremost writers and scholars.
The storyteller and world-builder leaves a lasting legacy as she looks ahead.
Graciela Sanchez, founder of San Antonio’s Esperanza Center, will deliver keynote address.
The Feb. 26 online conversation will convene reform advocates from across Texas.
The award supports research at the world's largest medical library at the National Institutes of Health.
Program’s popularity grows as more medical schools recognize need for humanity in health care.
Bryan Washington’s new novel, “Memorial,” doesn’t arrive in print until Oct. 27, yet the title has already been optioned for television.
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.