The Rice Investment builds on the legacy of Rice’s founding vision.
Greetings from Abidjan
Night Owl: Tim Faust '09
History course combines primary sources and creativity
Anatomy of a Rice Class
A Bold Step
Funding targets neuroengineering, synthetic biology and physical biology
Josh Eyler wanted to be a teacher since he was 5 years old, but it wasn’t until graduate school that he became interested in different teaching approaches and development. As director of Rice’s Center for Teaching Excellence, he now oversees a robust program of pedagogical training, mentoring and practical experiences.
Rice volleyball boasts historic season
Study shows increasing importance of wind and solar energy to Texas’ power production
Digital device overload linked to first impressions
A True Philanthropist
Form and Dichroic Light: Scott Hall at Carnegie Mellon University by Michelle LaFoe ’89 and Isaac Campbell ’89 (Leete’s Island Books, 2018)
A unique Rice mindfulness program entices a busy mom to trade workday routines for a respite in the Appalachian Mountains.
Jane Grande-Allen, the Isabel C. Cameron Professor of Bioengineering, is unraveling the mysteries of heart valve disease.
In 1993, Rice’s Baker Institute for Public Policy was founded to build a bridge between “the world of ideas and the world of action.”
The memoir of this Rice grad recounts his singular experience in a historic presidency.
A Memoir of the Obama White House