Top-ranking EPA official headlines this semester’s Walter Isle Lecture
Third talk in the ‘Cinema and the Post-Human’ lecture series takes place Nov. 5
A new National Academies Gulf Research Program will expand the opportunities Rice students have to study and impact the most pressing environmental, health, energy and infrastructure challenges in the Gulf of Mexico region.
ISLA seeks to position Rice on the cutting edge of contemporary studies and research
The renowned novelist explored the global legacy of colonial attitudes and aggression during the two-night Campbell Lecture Series.
Rice hosts Leah Litman, Melaney Linton, Wendy Davis and more in response to Texas abortion ban via Zoom webinar.
Eric Overmyer’s magical play follows three Victorian explorers through place and time.
At the end of this semester, students in Afsaneh Aayani-Santos’ course on puppetry design — a brand-new offering in the Department of Visual and Dramatic Arts — will have created their own fully original and fully articulated puppets.
‘Slow-burning background crisis’ revealed in new work by Rice humanities researcher John Mulligan.
The 'Genius Grant' winner and fiction writer will read from her work in English and Spanish.
‘A true pioneer,’ the department works across boundaries in space, time and discipline.
The global thinker offers parables for a planet in crisis Sep. 13 and 14. during an event that's free and open to the public.