Students who are suspended from school even once are much more likely to have contact with the juvenile justice system, according to new research from Rice University's Houston Education Research Consortium (HERC), which also shows that students who come in contact with the juvenile justice system are more likely to face suspension.
Many Latino families chose virtual learning for their children instead of returning to the classroom last fall in an effort to minimize health risks and protect vulnerable family members from COVID-19, according to a new study from a Rice University sociologist.
Geneticists and archaeologists studying ancient DNA should engage with stakeholders in the places where they conduct research, minimize damage to human remains and share their data, according to new guidelines outlined in a paper co-authored by a Rice University anthropologist and published today in Nature.
An innovative new program in Rice University's School of Social Sciences helps students build connections while learning the necessary skills to become top-notch researchers.
Ruth López Turley and Stephen Klineberg were honored at the 2021 Accolades Luncheon Oct. 8.
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.
A present-focused mindset made mothers more likely to maintain a feeling of control as demands on their time increased.
Heckman is best known for his work on how early childhood development impacts health, economic and social outcomes.
ISLA seeks to position Rice on the cutting edge of contemporary studies and research
Okjökull first made international headlines when Rice anthropologists organized the first memorial service for a glacier lost to climate change.
Yunmi Kong, an assistant professor of economics at Rice University, is the recipient of a Korea-America Economic Association (KAEA) Young Scholar Award.
The skeletons of more than 800 Southeast Texas animals are getting a second life in a renovated archaeology lab space at Rice University.
Rice hosts Leah Litman, Melaney Linton, Wendy Davis and more in response to Texas abortion ban via Zoom webinar.