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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
We're excited to announce that we are launching an Undergraduate Business Major coming this fall! It will provide Rice University students with a robust foundation in leadership and business fundamentals.
“There’s a clear philosophy at Rice that prioritizes quality of relationships and learning,” says Christina Tamayo, who will graduate in 2022. “I’m excited by the diverse concentrations offered, particularly in energy and strategy."
Rice University's undergrad students can currently receive two separate minors in business, but they'll be able to receive a bachelor's for the first time this fall.
Budget cuts caused by coronavirus are (sometimes) making corporate sponsorship scarcer, and scholarships can be hard to find. Here’s some tips on how you can pay for your Online MBA.
The Rice Business Plan Competition — the world’s largest and richest student startup competition — will announce the teams invited to participate in this year’s edition on Friday.
Industry experts are starting to take heed as disruptions from the pandemic and changing technological needs are hastening the demise of commercial real estate developments. “The cycle of changing is becoming shorter,” says Jefferson Duarte, associate professor of real estate finance.
The winter storm will likely cost the country $50 billion in damage and economic loss, but the brunt of the economic impact will be felt by hourly workers. Dean Peter Rodriguez shares his thoughts on the matter.
On Feb. 16, tragedy struck for one of our students, Jackie Nguyen. She lost her mother and three children as they took shelter from the cold next to the fire.
“Lower consumer confidence and uncertainty about the overall economy will shape Valentine’s Day spending trends — not the other way around,” says Professor Constance Porter.
Rice Business jumped 25 places in the new Financial Times ranking, the biggest advance for any U.S. MBA program.