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Lizette Melendez

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Recruiters from Houston—and all over the world—hire our graduates to work at leading companies.

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Executive Education

With over 50 programs annually, working executives at all levels have the opportunity for development in a range of disciplines and formats. 

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Rice Business Partners

A group of business leaders working to open doors and build ties between Rice Business and the Houston business community.

Rice Business Wisdom

Rice Business Wisdom is our online ideas magazine that features faculty research.


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Organizational Behavior | Peer-Reviewed Research
Time To Rethink Social Climbers

Based on research by Professor Siyu Yu

Managing Volatility | Peer-Reviewed Research
Why Do Some Companies Thrive In Volatile Markets?

Based on research by Professor Gustavo Grullon

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Strategy | Peer-Reviewed Research
Do Leaders With Distinctive Names Run Distinctive Businesses?

Based on research by Professor Yan "Anthea" Zhang

In The News

In The Media

At the Hess Corporation, Trent Kostenuk '23 oversaw the launch of a joint venture with Exxon Mobil and the China National Offshore Oil Corporation. “My contributions to this project gained me high visibility within the organization and positioned me as the go-to person for technical expertise and guidance for the G&G team and leadership.”

In The Media

Rice Business Professor Siyu Yu and her team found that people who accurately gauge team influencers possess “status acuity,” a skill that can reduce group conflict and improve team performance.