An inclusive team provides opportunities for training in horsemanship and equitation.
Finding an enthusiastic mentor helped Alex Hwang develop a love of research.
Marcia Brennan, the Carolyn and Fred McManis Professor of Humanities, teaches HART 180: 14 Films You Should See Before You Graduate. The inspiration for the class came from her own experiences with cinema seminars and university film societies as a student.
Profiles from the Senior Class of 2019
Leslie Contreras Schwartz steps into a public role as Houston’s poet laureate.
Tanvi Nagpal '16 embraces the chaos and beauty of Indian cities.
Students help the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center with its master planning process.
Students prototype a device for recording and transmitting neural signals.
A new technique raises hope for repairing damaged tissue.
Excerpts from Rice Owlmanac
In Memphis, Tenn., a teacher helps students develop a love of science, one problem set at a time.
Julia Morgan, professor of earth, environmental and planetary sciences, aims to unlock the mysteries of fault lines.
Despina Colette Nicolaou in her own words
Maximilian Murdoch sees links between the fictional realm of Middle Earth and real-world history.