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Rice Business and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have teamed up to create a health care leadership program to prepare the next generation of life science executives.

September 23
School Updates

Rice Business and The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center have launched a new healthcare leadership program designed to help executives navigate the complexity of running healthcare organizations.

September 22
In The Media

Despite the VC slowdown this year, clean tech and climate tech have remained attractive investments. This includes Texas. For example, the Rice Alliance Clean Energy Accelerator reported in August that 17 of its early- to mid-stage startups have already raised more than $54.5 million this year.

September 20
School Updates

Ten new ventures were named the “Most Promising Companies" at the 19th annual Rice Alliance Energy Tech Venture Forum. More than 90 energy ventures, 70 investor groups and 40 speakers connected at the forum Sept. 15 at Rice’s Jones Graduate School of Business.

September 20
In The Media

Takeya Green '22 urges MBAs to step up and take ownership. “In my student fund class, I did not apply for a leadership role because I felt I had too little finance experience to be successful. This is one of the biggest mistakes I made during my time at Rice."

September 18
In The Media

"Being the investment banking chair for the Rice Business finance association is my proudest achievement. Under my leadership, we were able to help secure over 95% investment banking internship positions for the first-year students recruiting for IB. "

September 11
In The Media

"As I researched MBA programs in Houston, it became apparent that Rice is THE business school in Houston. Rice made a lot more sense for us and it checked the box for all my other criteria such as cohort size, tuition, and job outcomes."

September 11
In The Media

"The biggest myth about Rice Business is that everyone is crazy smart and intensely competitive. Everyone is legitimately crazy smart, but the “all competition all the time” myth is not true. I have made incredible friends during this program. We’re all in it together."

September 11
In The Media

Transactional communication can eat up as much as 44% of your work day, according to research from Rice Business Wisdom. Planned conversations work to inspire employees and keep them engaged. 

September 09
In The Media

Takeya Gree '22 was recently awarded the AT&T Future Executive Leader of Distinction Award in Honor of Randall Stephenson from the Texas Business Hall of Fame.

September 06