Undergraduate research was in the spotlight July 28 at Rice’s Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium, where judges awarded best-poster honors to 10 students in eight categories.
Axios Houston hosted President Reginald DesRoches and a number of speakers at its May 16 event focusing on ways to expand Houston’s STEM workforce and increase diversity.
Rice University’s Office of STEM Engagement and ConocoPhillips welcomed 150 past and current participants in the ConocoPhillips Applied Mathematics Program (AMP!) to AMPosium! March 25 at the BioScience Research Collaborative. The yearlong program offers innovative strategies to science and mathematics teachers in grades 5 through 9.
Rice bioscientist James Chappell has won a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to develop RNA programming methods that can improve human health and the environment.
Rice University is host to a women’s leadership and STEM research program that welcomes students from Japan and Taiwan for an immersive five-week internship.
Rice University’s Multicultural Community Relations department will host a book presentation for Richard Tapia’s “Losing The Precious Few: How America Fails to Educate Its Minorities in Science and Engineering” Feb. 22 at 4 p.m. in Anne and Charles Duncan Hall’s McMurtry Auditorium.
When middle and high school teachers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics pursue continuing professional development, their students benefit, and a new study from Rice University shows the payoff can be dramatic.
Rice University welcomed more than 80 students and 10 faculty members from Lone Star College and San Jacinto College in early December to learn more about its Take Flight STEM Pathway program.
Rice hosts elementary, middle and high school students at the Fresh Start Engineering Workshop.
AMP! ramps up for a new year of STEM training for teachers with a day at Minute Maid Park.
Rice once again played host to the “Reach for the Stars! STEM Festival” April 9, an event held to inspire middle school girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
HOUSTON – (March 5, 2021) – Even a small effort up front can boost the abilities and confidence of girls as they anticipate taking challenging science courses.
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.
A multi-institutional team led by Rice University has received a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a collaborative project studying persistence and retention of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) teachers across the nation.
Systemic racism manifests itself throughout the fabric of our society