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I’ve met a lot of people who’ve said at one time or another they were told that they weren’t creative—to which I reply not possible…Virtually everything that surrounds us was brought into being by...
Navigating the seas of a romantic relationship can be challenging and frustrating but can also bring great joy when you develop the skills necessary to guide a happier and healthier relationship
We’re preparing for an exciting fall at the Glasscock School and there are several ways you can take part. We hope you will join us for an upcoming event or course on the beautiful Rice campus.
Harriet Foster served on the Susanne M. Glasscock School of Continuing Studies advisory board from 2009 to 2014, but her involvement in Houston goes back much further.
Even though we have been in the Anderson-Clarke Center for over a year, we are still in awe of this beautiful building that we get to share with the Houston community.
The inaugural Texas Graduate Liberal Studies Symposium was held on Saturday, June 27 at the Anderson-Clarke Center at Rice University, the home of the Glasscock School of Continuing Studies.
Our lives are increasingly growing digital with each passing day, shifting towards a digital future with the accelerating change in technology. This is also true for the future of education
Like many other institutions, all new hires at Rice University attend an orientation that provides a history of the university and explains some of the many Rice traditions that employees may
For many, the summer calls for a slower pace, but we have been busy creating an incredible fall course lineup, which includes new courses on creativity, the Amazon, Cuban-U.S. relations, Buffalo
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).