Glasscock School Blog

Would you like to get to know us better? Our blog is a great place to start. Browse in-depth features that discuss our rich variety of courses and esteemed instructors, as well as articles about our involvement in the Houston community.

by gscsmarketing  |  Dec 13 , 2017

The End of the Road

We encourage our students to join the expedition of curiosity. Sometimes, the road takes a twist.

To use a gift certificate to register for a course, the registrant must call the Department Coordinator at 713-348-6026 and reference the number on the top right of the gift certificate. Each certificate may be used only for what is stated on the gift certificate, and it may only be used for a course that begins prior to the expiration date listed. Gift certificates have no cash value and may not be used for a discount on a course which costs more than the amount listed on the certificate. For additional inquiries, please email:  GSCS@rice.edu.

ou may contact us directly through postal mail, e-mail, fax or phone.

Mailing Address: Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies
MS 550, Rice University,
P.O. Box 1892, Houston, TX 77251
E-mail: gscs@rice.edu Fax number: 713-348-5213
Main telephone number: 713-348-4803

If you have a complaint about parking, please e-mail gscs@rice.edu.

Anderson Clarke Center
by admin  |  Oct 06 , 2015

Remembering Kent Anderson, 1941-2015

Kent Anderson ’62, created a legacy of philanthropy and leadership in the city he called home and at the university that he loved so much.

brochstein pavilian at night with lights on
by admin  |  Sep 29 , 2015

Explore Your Campus Dining Options!

If you are coming to campus after work or if you are meeting friends before class, Rice University has some great dining options for you to try.

cuban street with old car and government building
by admin  |  Sep 25 , 2015

After Many Years...a Cuban Thaw

In December 2014, U.S. President Barack Obama and Cuban President Raúl Castro announced the beginning of normalizing relations between Cuba and the U.S.

man with technological device
by admin  |  Sep 18 , 2015

Pushing the Boundaries of Neuroscience

Researchers in the field of neuroscience seek to understand the brain’s role in development, learning, memory, aging, disease, injury, and physical and emotional healing.

guggenheim museum in new york
by admin  |  Sep 16 , 2015

The Stories Behind the Collections

In today’s modern world, there has been a premium placed on the act of reducing clutter and leading a simpler life. However, there is a basic human instinct and desire to want to collect things.

Series of planetary objects
by admin  |  Sep 11 , 2015

An Eternal Question: Are We Alone in the Universe?

Are we alone? The field of astrobiology seeks to answer this very question; or at least other questions whose answers give breath to possibility.

sun shining on river through trees
by admin  |  Sep 10 , 2015

Seeing the Forest for More Than the Trees

The Amazon is Earth’s largest rainforest, encompassing about 2.1 million square miles in South America. Many issues are facing this unique region.

man and woman at rice event
by admin  |  Sep 09 , 2015

Donor Spotlight: Anne and Bob Baillio

Anne and Bob Baillio have actively supported Rice University for decades.

Collage of lectures at GSCS
by admin  |  Sep 04 , 2015

Fall Preview 2015 Was a Success

We had almost 200 visitors to the Anderson-Clarke Center on Wednesday to experience our second annual Fall Preview event!

People working in lab
by admin  |  Sep 02 , 2015

Developing a 360 View of Creativity

Each of the many courses we offer during the year requires significant “behind-the-scenes” time, energy and planning, and our Personal Development team is careful to bring just the right subject

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