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  • Our Academic Projects at Rice series highlights different student projects within each school of study. This Engineering at Rice post highlights Lily's internship working with a research associate at the Baker Institute of Public Policy, exploring the interdisciplinary intersections of public policy and environmental engineering.

  • Though Rice has recently added a business major for undergraduates, there has been a thriving community of business students and organizations at Rice for years! Joining a business-related club is a great way to learn about potential career paths, develop business skills, and make new friends.

  • As a leading research university with a distinctive commitment to undergraduate education, Rice University aspires to pathbreaking research, unsurpassed teaching, and contribution to the betterment of our world. It seeks to fulfill this mission by cultivating a diverse community of learning and discovery that produces leaders across the spectrum of human endeavor.

  • In its popular Big Questions courses, the School of Humanities invites students from diverse academic backgrounds and career interests to experience how humanistic and artistic inquiry can help them make sense of our world and the daily dilemmas we face. Course subjects vary, but each shares a common goal of engaging students in a deep dive into those life-changing questions we ponder well beyond college and that comprise the core of a liberal arts education. Hear from Joselyn about her experience!

  • Study abroad experiences can be more than simply taking class in a different country, as Drew found out during her trip to Cosa, Italy, where she worked on an archeological dig as part of the Program in Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations. Read more about what she enjoyed most about the experience as well as how valuable it was to her future endeavors.

  • Study abroad can be a life-changing experience for students, and Rice has so many programs to choose from. Learn more about Linda's time studying abroad as she shares her favorite parts about living and learning in Pamplona, Spain with the Rice in Country program.

  • Meet Linda Wu, a rising senior in Baker College, with this Q&A on her experience with the Elizabeth Lee Moody Undergraduate Research Fellowship in the Humanities and the Arts.

  • The Rice Research Anthology series continues with the WorKing Resilience Lab housed within the Department of Psychological Sciences. Learn more about the research this lab conducts and what students love about working on topics of industrial and organizational psychology.

  • We not only celebrate, but actively seek out broad diversity across our student body as a central and meaningful part of the student experience at Rice University, which includes support for making the transition to campus. Check out these resources we've compiled for Black students coming to Rice.

  • In this edition of "Rice Research Anthology," our series covering different types of research at Rice University, we catch up with the Houston Asian American Archive (HAAA) and the important archival work their student interns are doing.

  • While you might think of traditional research as riddled with goggles and test tubes, Rice’s opportunities are much like their undergraduate population—diverse and interdisciplinary. In this edition of "Rice Research Anthology," learn about the kinds of research students are working on with the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth.

  • Our intern, Devika, reflects on her experience interviewing Provost Reginald DesRoches, the next president of Rice University. Be sure to watch her interview with the provost at the end!






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