Loewenstern Application Workshop
LRME Info Session
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Our four Capstone students are spending this semester designing project plans that will build the capacity of a community partner. Projects include working with neighborhood coalitions, non-profit organizations, and educational associations.Details » More Highlights »
Fostering civic leadership through integrated curricular and experiential learning opportunities that enable students to understand the complexity of social issues, their roles as active members of society, and the mechanisms for achieving equitable and inclusive communities.
The Center for Civic Leadership and Office of Inquiry-Based Learning are excited to announce the launch of the Student Opportunity Center, a centralized resource for Rice students to find experiential learning opportunities on- and off-campus. The SOC’s focus on research, funding, and conferences complements the resources already provided by CCD's Handshake. We recommend that you use both databases to identify the full range of opportunities available to you as a Rice student. Click here to access your SOC account.
Rice has maintained a strong relationship with the Peace Corps since its founding in 1961. Over 250 Rice alumni have served in that time — including six serving right now.Details »
Criminal justice reform advocate Anthony Graves visited Rice Oct. 7 to tell his story in Duncan Hall’s McMurtry Auditorium.Details »
The last time Houston held municipal elections, only 27 percent of registered voters cast ballots for mayor and City Council members.Details »