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In Robert Frost’s popular poem “The Road Not Taken,” the writer attributes the circumstances of his life to choosing an uncommon path. Here at Rice University, students from disparate backgrounds
The Teacher Education program at Rice University offers an opportunity for experienced teachers to earn their Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT).
Last week the 2015 graduates from our Master of Liberal Studies (MLS) and Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) programs celebrated the hard work it took to obtain their degrees with several events.
Last night, the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies hosted a new student art exhibit titled “Creative Community” in the Anderson-Clarke Center.
Whether a child chooses to help their neighbor with yard work or collect cans for a food bank, early moments of kindness can foster a lifelong interest in the common good.
While the development and finance offices within a nonprofit can function independently, organizations benefit significantly when they collaborate.
Summer camp is a rite of passage for children all across the country, and if you are a parent, then you are probably already clamoring to fill your child’s summer docket.
The Friends of Fondren Library will host its annual event honoring Rice University faculty, staff, alumni and members of the Friends of Fondren Library.
After earning their masters, some MLS alumni weren’t ready to call it quits and applied their extra energy and focus to forming the new board.
All of our instructors here at the Glasscock School are so much more than instructors. They’re experts who are active in their fields and teaching is just one of the ways they contribute to their