Learn about NEH's grant programs through an online workshop given by Sheila A. Brennan (PhD), a Senior Program Officer in the Office of Digital Humanities at the National Endowment for the Humanities, where she has worked since 2018. This workshop will highlight funded projects from Texas, HBCUs, and liberal arts colleges, emphasizing programs with special calls for HBCUs and Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSI).
The Religion and Public Life Program is hosted a book release event for Elaine Howard Ecklund's newest book, Religion vs. Science: What Religious People Really Think.
The purpose of the event is to expose the stigma surrounding mental health in Asian American communities and to raise awareness of the issue so that communities can take action.
The event will be a debate between the Rice Democrats and Rice Republicans on education policy.
This event is going to be a discussion with panelists of varying professional backgrounds about mental health in Asian-American populations. The event will bring to light the stigmas, statistics, and importance of such a topic.
University of Virginia Law School admission director Grace Cleveland and financial aid director Jennifer Hulvey will share insight and information with interested students about UVA Law, ranked #8 among law schools by U.S. News & World Report.
Join the Rice Muslim Student Association for Friday prayers
Dr. Elizabeth Festa of the Center for Written, Oral, and Visual Communication will discuss strategies to employ and pitfalls to avoid when writing the personal statement for your law school applications.