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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.
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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.24 Jul
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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?21 Jul
To boost employees’ creativity, managers should consider offering a set of rewards for them to choose from, according to a new study co-authored by Rice Business professor Jing Zhou.
In 2012, Patra Isaac made a career shift. She left the corporate world and entered the world of education and nonprofits. Last year, she joined the Kinder Foundation as director of education and community projects.
Rice’s second annual Juneteenth celebration will bring together professors across the university — including Rice Business professor Connie Porter — for three panels exploring ideas and questions central to the meaning and promise of the important holiday.
Rice Business Professor Amit Pazgal found that in certain situations, gray markets can actually help manufacturers and retailers.
New research co-authored by Rice Business professor Vikas Mittal shows executives doubt the effectiveness of strategy planning, which is conducted by an overwhelming majority of large companies in the United States. That attitude may doom such plans’ successful implementation, the researchers argue.
MBA grads from these business schools have at least a 160% average return, U.S. News data shows.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission updated its guidelines recently to address this specific question—but there are still some exceptions to the rule. Rice Business adjunct professor Larry Stuart weighs in: "It is not illegal to require employees to get a vaccine as a condition of employment."
Rice Business External Relations hosted a conversation with Dean Peter Rodriguez, Robert Kaplan and Bobby Tudor '82, on the economy and monetary policy.
"For me the MBA helped me look at the world in a new way: an eyes wide-open, 360-degree, open-minded view. It’s with this view that we will grow with our teams, innovate, continue to learn, and become the leaders of the future." Written by Katie Chung, Rice MBA '21.
Rice Business Professor Jaeyeon Chung says people often link their self-value to their possessions, particularly young children, who still see their cherished possessions as a representation of the self.