In August, Rice welcomed its newest Owls — both first-time freshmen and transfer students. Of note, for the second academic year in a row, more new graduate students (1,092) than new undergraduates (1,004) enrolled at Rice. The stats below apply only to undergraduate enrollment.
An Issue With No Theme
Presiden't Leebron's Note — Fall, 2019
A new 12-story design is set to keep the college sky-high.
"Big Questions" is a new course series in the School of Humanities
A Q&A with Alan Russell, director of Rice's Disability Resources Center
Last May, more than a dozen black male students traveled to Atlanta on a cultural excursion designed to foster conversations about campus, community and leadership.
Packing for college wouldn’t be complete without some special items to remind these Owls of home.
Leenah Abojaib uses digital media to learn hands-on skills.
Mechanical engineer Marcia O’Malley designs and builds better wearable prosthetic devices.
Measuring preindustrial-era ozone levels by studying ancient gas bubbles trapped in polar ice.
The Moody Center for the Arts gathers rare and notable works of art in honor of Apollo 11’s moon landing.
A student team’s magnetic design simplifies the surgical repair of broken bones.
Rice remembers Doc C
Aphasia researchers examine the nature of language.
With help from Rice's Doerr Institute, students are increasing their capacity to lead.
Aubrey Ferguson Bergauer finds ways to attract audiences to classical music performances.
Classnotes: Excerpts from Owlmanac
On the centennial of baseball’s biggest scandal, the memory of a little-known Rice coach stands tall.
A lifelong love of science and fascination with family roots have served Colleen Fitzpatrick well as she works to unlock the mysteries of criminal cold cases.
C. Sidney Burrus in his own words
Running back Aston Walter, Rice football’s elder statesmen, is a coach’s dream with dreams of coaching.
Pesky asps make a home in urban trees netted to deter birds.
In just one month, Sudha Yellapantula went from being a reluctant cyclist to a champion cycling fundraiser for pediatric cancer research.