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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
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?21 Jul
“Lunar New Year is the most important holiday for Chinese. It marks the start of spring, so it’s a holiday about hope and prosperity,” said Professor Yan "Anthea" Zhang.
Planning a date or buying a gift on Valentine's Day? Professor Connie Porter weighs in on consumer behavior during the pandemic and if love will find a way.
The MBA@Rice program at Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business is No. 9 on U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online MBA Programs rankings for 2021.
Members of the Full-Time MBA Class of 2022 at Rice Business shed light on how the school's strengths factored into their decisions to attend.
To anyone paying attention as MBA class profiles began to dribble out last fall, it was clear that average scores on the Graduate Management Admission Test were dropping.
Based on data collected by U.S. News, here are the 42 schools with the highest percentage of domestic full-time students who are underrepresented minorities.
Every small purchase choice gives us a glimpse of our hidden self-identity. Written by Rice Business Professor Utpal Dholakia.
Here is a collection of the top news stories featuring Rice Business and other business schools on Poets&Quants for the year 2020.
Innovation Map's top interviews of the year include one with Kyle Judah, executive director of the Liu Idea Lab for Innovation and Entrepreneurship. "Houston has these big pillar companies in energy and health care and all these critical areas that the world, the economy, and the society needs."
Houston-based photographers Chris Bailey and Joseph West have brought automated technology and innovative efficiencies to the often cumbersome task of taking professional headshots. A prototype was tested by the Jones Graduate School of Business at Rice University and Intrepid Financial Partners in December 2019.