On October 6, 2023, the School of Social Sciences will host the second Research Relay of the semester as part of the opening reception for this year’s STaRT@Rice program.
The largest scientific association for human factors and ergonomics professionals in the world, the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES), has awarded the student chapter at Rice University with a Gold level of recognition.
Rice University trustee Terrence Gee and family have donated $1 million to the university to help establish the Dr. Anthony B. Pinn Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center for African and African American Studies.
Religious discrimination from one’s peers has a far greater impact on an individual’s mental health than exclusionary organizational policies, according to a new study from Rice University’s Boniuk Institute for the Study and Advancement of Religious Tolerance.
Economics’ James DeNicco has a knack for providing Rice students, faculty and alumni with authentic Texas barbecue at Rice sporting events when he’s not in the classroom.
Training strategies that teach depressed individuals how to better manage their negative emotions may not only help their mood but also their memory of difficult events, according to new research from Rice University.
Hospitals in the United States may quote vastly different prices for their services – depending on how you find that information, according to a new study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association: Internal Medicine.
Back for its third year, the STaRT@Rice program (short for Statistical Training and Research Techniques at Rice) will be held on Oct. 6-9, 2023 at Rice University.
The common struggle of remembering a face or a name gets more difficult as we age, and new research from Rice University aims to figure out why.
New research from Rice University finds that antidepressants may actually reduce negative memories in individuals suffering from depression while improving overall memory function.
Can artificial intelligence (AI) select job candidates as well — or better — than traditional methods? A new, four-year study from the National Science Foundation seeks to find out.
As Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s impeachment trial beginsvtoday, Rice University political scientist Mark Jones is available to discuss how the state’s chief law enforcement officer hopes to avoid conviction and removal from office.
Women are just as corrupt as men in Mexican municipal politics, according to a new study from Rice University.
Rice economics instructor James “Jimmy” DeNicco has become known around campus for his straightforward and entertaining approach to teaching ECON 100, “Principles of Economics,” explaining complicated concepts using real-world examples like Texas barbecue, pop culture references and more.
Michelle “Mikki” Hebl , the Martha and Henry Malcolm Lovett Professor of Psychological Sciences and professor in the Jones Graduate School of Business, is the 2023 recipient of the Advancing Women in Leadership Award from the Academy of Management (AOM).