Program offers professionals a Rice degree that will enhance their current careers or help them pivot to new ones.
Hosted by the Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology, annual event drew a record turnout of leaders from the oil and gas industry, computing and information technology industries, and academics.
At Rice, Merziyah Poonawala '04 found a student club and studied abroad, which helped shape her career.
RemixCS co-founder Ashley Gentles didn't have a strong STEM background when she arrived at Rice, but the SERS program improved her academic experience.
Moshe Vardi speaks on “An Ethical Crisis in Computing,” part of the Rice University Professor Lecture Series, held Jan. 22 in Duncan Hall.
Vision to 2025 and its three goals will guide investments in the school over the next seven years.
Moshe Vardi lecture to focus on tech's impact on society.
Kirk Talbott '93 loves solving problems. As CIO for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority, he does just that.
Cooper, the L. John and Ann H. Doerr Chair in Computational Engineering, will lead Rice's computational and applied mathematics department, effective Jan. 7.