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From the unconventional wisdom and ideas generated by faculty, to the unlimited potential for students to learn and make an impact, the stories of Rice University showcase a dynamic community that is on the move.
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Maurice Frediere '19: Learning to lead in a time of need

Scholarship support and the response to a natural disaster combined to provide Maurice Frediere '19 with an unconventional educational experience.
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Gita Deva '19: Scholarship Opens the Door to Global Impact

Gita Deva ’19 decided to pursue an education in bioengineering after high school engineering classes opened her eyes to the impact of prosthetics and other medical devices on people’s lives.
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Jim Brown: Attracting Talent to Rice

“What struck me when I first came to Rice, and it still does, is that students here realize that their future does not hinge on the fact that they went to Rice, but rather what they learn while they're here,” says economics professor Jim Brown.
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Frederick Campbell: Collaboration is Key for Data Science Research

Frederick Campbell chose Rice’s cutting-edge statistics program because he values the university’s ongoing commitment to advancing data science.
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How Rice Owls Support Each Other In Times of Need

During Hurricane Harvey, Rice students were well cared for thanks to the support of a dedicated team of Rice staff members, many from the university’s Housing and Dining division.
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Rice Owls Give Back

Celebrate philanthropy at Rice from Oct. 12 to Nov. 12. When Rice Owls Give Back, great things can happen!
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Michael Devine ’18: Opportunities Abound Inside and Outside the Classroom

Michael Devine ’18 chose to attend Rice not only because it was close to home (and his favorite food: Texas barbecue), but because it had the mechanical engineering program he was looking for.
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Stephen Sibley ’18: A 'Pinch-Yourself' Kind of Moment

After receiving a Crownover Scholarship to the Jones Graduate School of Business, Stephen Sibley ’18 found a lot more room for risk and discovery when plotting his future.
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