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For the past 12 years, Michael Fain, J.D. and Christopher Hunter have been a "dynamic duo" that takes public speaking to the next level at Rice.
As companies evolve and become increasingly more diverse, the need for meaningful communication is essential for a successful workplace with employees who have differing backgrounds and
Improv and Zombies will take center stage as Kim McGaw, director of professional programs, presents at the South by Southwest Education Conference (SXSWedu® ) in Austin.
Last summer, Zahra Jamal, Ph.D., who earned two undergraduate degrees from Rice University, was named the associate director for community engagement at Rice’s Boniuk Institute for the Study and
Personal expression is not only the words you choose or the manner in which you convey those words. The way you use your body communicates more than you might think.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the Glasscock School is offering a fresh look at the complex subjects of love and empathy. Dr. Michael Winters will teach two courses that explore these
Glasscock School's dear friend, Demaris Hudspeth, and her husband Hank left an indelible mark on our school and the continuing education programs it provides.
Houston has a history rich with details that can help us better understand our ancestors and our environment and perhaps also our future.