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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
The MBA is a good option for people looking to change from being a functional expert—say, an engineer—to a broader organizational leader, says Janice Kennedy, executive director of recruiting and admissions at Rice Business.
George Andrews, associate dean of degree programs at Rice Business, says applicants should look for which business school and experience fits them best. “It’s the ethos of each school that sets us all apart,” he points out.
It's no secret that Texas has long been a leader in energy production, but it may surprise you to learn that Texas leads the nation in wind-powered generation, producing 28 percent of all US wind-powered electricity in 2019.
Could you incur an unexpected $400 expense if it hit your bank account today? According to Jeff Price '20, founder and CEO of Houston-based Pronto Pay, many hourly workers could not. He's set out to change that.
Ten years after graduating from the Jones Graduate School of Business and starting her photography company, April M. Frazier reflects on her journey into photography — an unconventional path, in which she spent 15 years working in the oil industry.
Princeton Review's 2021 ranking of the 50 top online MBA programs places the MBA@Rice at number 6.
A team that enables gas stations to update prices and track sales remotely won the top prize at the annual competition.
In its 21st year, the Rice Business Plan Competition hosted 54 student-founded startups from all over the world and doled out over $1.4 million in cash and investment prizes at the week-long virtual competition.
An application that allows convenience store owners to remotely manage and monitor their businesses from their smartphones took home the grand prize during the 2021 Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC).
Why do so many companies come up short in their strategy planning? Because CEOs end up playing the role of firefighter, implementer or counselor. Co-written by Vikas Mittal, J. Hugh Liedtke Professor of Marketing at Rice Business.