Steven Smith doesn't hesitate to recommend that students take advantage of the Center for Career Development's resources. He found his dream internship through the CCD.
Don’t underestimate the wrist, the most complex and taken-for-granted joint in the human body.
“Companies want thinkers, problem-solvers, communicators and people who can be taught new skills,” said Nicole Van Den Heuvel, director of the Center for Career Development. “They understand the value of a Rice education.”
Six engineering students received scholarships totaling $26,000 for the 2016-17 academic year from the Rice Global Forum in Engineering and Construction (Global Forum). Professional master’s students Dacheng Gao, Tracy Fu ’15, David Moore, and Ciara Simmons-Pino who received partial-tuition scholarships. Master of science student Yuxuan Yu and Ph.D.
Powtawche Williams Valerino ’05 has received the NAACP’s Education Award from the Pasadena, CA branch. She was one of 12 people to be honored for their commitments to their communities.
Few folks have seen the serious side of perhaps the nation’s hottest comedic property, Stephen Colbert.
Growing up on a Choctaw Indian reservation in Mississippi, Powtawche Williams recalls looking up at night and seeing the stars.