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Rice University Center for Civic Leadership

Events

Jan. 12, 2020

Wagoner Internal Deadline

Jan. 12, 2020

Beinecki Internal Deadline

Jan. 15, 2020

LRME Info Session
3 p.m.

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How do students at Rice vote?

How do Rice student voting rates compare to those at other campuses? 

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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.

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UPDATES & UPCOMING EVENTS

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A gift of any amount can greatly impact our mission to empower Rice students to ethically engage with communities through education, service, and advocacy. 

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Turbovote

We just subscribed to Turbovote, which allows Rice students to register to vote and get election reminders.

Here is the link for the Rice portal: https://rice.turbovote.org/ 

2019 Fall Opportunities

Learn more about our fall opportunities HERE

Urban Immersion 2018 Recap

  

National Voter Registration Day

Music: https://www.bensound.com

  

Student Opportunity Center 

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.

News

Why Texas must ban non-consensual pelvic exams [Opinion]
Dec. 1, 2019

Imagine you need a gynecological procedure that requires anesthesia or are taken to the hospital in an emergency. While you are hospitalized, your doctor takes advantage of your anesthetized or unconscious body by allowing medical students under their tutelage to take turns performing pelvic exams on you. Do you remember consenting? Probably not, but you might have signed a form acknowledging that medical students may be involved in your care.

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Which Races are Headed to a Runoff Election?
Nov. 14, 2019

The run-off election is taking place on Saturday, December 14th.

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Latino Student Seeks to Empower His Community
Nov. 7, 2019

Bryan Najera Demoraes would like to see a future in which people's color and culture are important assets to society. 

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