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“Pippa, the pandemic pup, supported me as powered through Zoom classes, explored Texas, and led the 2021 Women in Leadership Conference. She became a bit of a Rice Business celeb," said Julianne Katz, MBA '21.

July 25
In The Media

Arthi Vasudevan, MBA '21, shares how she created a path for herself and remains determined to give back to the community and culture she loves so much. 

July 24
In The Media

During the pandemic, business schools saw a surge in applications. Rice Business had a 63% increase! With more competition, it's time to figure out what test is the best fit for you: GMAT, GRE or EA?

July 21
In The Media

Rice Business Professor Siyu Yu shows that even how insiders perceive their organization can determine its success or failure.

July 20
School Updates

New research co-authored by Rice Business professor Vikas Mittal shows that mission statements do not enhance financial performance, even though companies prominently feature them as an outcome of their strategy-planning process.

July 19
In The Media

Dean Peter Rodriguez said the economy in the Austin area appears to be recovering about as fast as can be expected, given constraints such as rising costs in the region for office space and land as well as an increasingly tight labor market.

July 17
In The Media

They're creatives, humanitarians, and risk-takers -- and these doers are heading back to the workforce. A look at this year's MBAs To Watch. Rice MBAs Kelly DeMoya and Matthew Manriquez make the 2021 list.

July 03
In The Media

The best car insurance in Texas isn’t always the cheapest. Good car insurance is about more than just affordable coverage. Rice Business professor Ajay Kalra shares his thoughts on the matter.

July 02
In The Media

In business, affiliating with high-status colleagues often gives newcomers a professional boost. But less so in the creative industries. Based on research by Rice Business assistant professor Alessandro Piazza.

June 24
School Updates

Rice’s links to slavery and racial injustice as well as the future of a memorial to the university’s founder were among the topics discussed during “Juneteenth and Emancipations to Come,” a panel discussion held June 17 via Zoom.

June 18