As mentors, employers, and volunteers, our alumni and friends contribute greatly to the next generation of Rice engineers.
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The incredible alumni of Rice Engineering comprise a network of more than 15,000 innovators, business leaders, researchers, attorneys, physicians and more. Our goal is to strengthen the relationship between the School of Engineering and our former students through intellectual and social engagement. Please consider getting involved: attend an event, follow us on social media, read about our achievements and research, or help our students succeed through mentoring or a generous gift.
In our current issue, you'll read about progress on the new Engineering and Science Building, profiles on some of engineering alumni, as well updates on our wide-ranging research from sports analytics to neuroengineering.
Rice Engineering Magazine is published once a year and is distributed to alumni, faculty, staff, and friends of the George R. Brown School of Engineering. Check out the latest issue of Rice Engineering Magazine.
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Thanks to your generous support of our groundbreaking global research and unmatched teaching excellence, Rice University will rank among the preeminent engineering programs in the nation.
The George R. Brown School of Engineering Alumni Awards honor alumni for their achievements in the engineering profession. The event is sponsored by Rice Engineering and the Rice Engineering Alumni, the oldest alumni affinity group at Rice University. Learn more about our Alumni Awards, past recipients or nominate a deserving alumnus/a.
Formed in 1938, Rice Engineering Alumni (REA) is the oldest alumni affinity group at Rice and is dedicated to providing support to the George R. Brown School of Engineering. REA provides over $150,000 in awards and scholarships to outstanding students each year, recruits students for meaningful internships and facilitates opportunities for alumni to interact with current Rice students as well as other students in their communities.