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  • Fall 2015 Courses Open

    Our fall courses are now open for registration. Don’t miss out on engaging courses such as “Life in the Amazon: The Collision of Tradition and Modernity,” “The Future of Neuroscience” and “iPhone Photography.”

    See a listing of all of our personal development courses.

  • Fall Preview September 2

    We’re opening our doors for a Fall Preview on September 2 to share opportunities for lifelong learning. Join us to attend free mini lectures that showcase upcoming courses, meet instructors, enter drawings for prizes and experience our home, the D. Kent and Linda C. Anderson and Robert L. and Jean T. Clarke Center.

    RSVP to the Fall Preview.

  • Join us at Rice Stadium in Tailgate Owley!

    On Saturday, September 5, we’ll be giving away free tickets and koozies before the Rice vs. Wagner football game. We’ll also have a drawing for one lucky individual to win a free course. Our tent will be stationed near Taps and Tailgates, a Beer Garden collaboration between the Rice Owls and Bud Light. Be sure to stop by and pick up your free game ticket and learn more about our fall offerings. We hope to see you there!

  • Introduction to Creative Problem Solving

    Get “unstuck” and practice deliberate creativity in this highly interactive class on creative problem solving (CPS). During class, you will complete dynamic group challenges, solve puzzles and brainstorm using a lot of sticky notes, as you explore a variety of diverse creativity models and frameworks.

    Class begins Monday, October 26. Visit glasscock.rice.edu/creative to learn more and to register. 

  • Master of Liberal Studies students at commencement
    GRADUATE PROGRAMS

    We currently offer two master’s degrees: The Master of Liberal Studies (MLS) and the Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT). The MLS program is designed for adults seeking an intellectual challenge and who enjoy being part of a learning community, and the MAT program provides extensive study of critical issues in education and effective pedagogy for diverse learners.

    Learn more about the application process for MLS or MAT

  • Anderson-Clarke Center
    Our New Home

    Thanks to the generosity of more than 400 donors, we have moved into the new D. Kent and Linda C. Anderson and Robert L. and Jean T. Clarke Center. We are thrilled for you to join us as we continue to grow in our new home.

     

    See why we’re so excited about the Anderson-Clarke Center.

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The Anderson-Clarke Center is now open!

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