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Homecoming & Reunion 2015
November 13-14, 2015: You can look forward to a special weekend filled with opportunities to catch up with friends old and new, engage with Rice lectures, explore campus and cheer on the Owls.
New Honor for Berkman
2015 Distinguished Alumnus Honoree Lance Berkman '98 was inducted into College Baseball Hall of Fame on June 30.
2015 Laureates Awards
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A Mentor Committed to the Power of Possibility
When Terrence Gee '86 gives his time and energy to Rice through support of several Rice outreach and mentorship programs, he hopes to show young people how the Rice experience sets the stage for future success.
As is set forth in the constitution of the Association of Rice Alumni, the ARA board is charged with the management and control of the Association, its programs, affairs, policies and property. There are two types of membership on the ARA board — director and alumni trustee. All alumni are eligible to serve as a director on the ARA board. ("Alumni" are defined as individuals who have attended Rice University one or more academic years, excluding current students.) Seven new directors are elected each year to serve terms of three years. Each director of the board must be committed to expend the time and energy necessary to make the ARA a success. The ARA board meets three times a year and all board members are expected to attend all meetings. Except for those decisions that are made by the board's Executive Committee in the interim, the business of the ARA is conducted at these three meetings. Above all, the members of the board represent the alumni body to the university and represent the ARA to its constituents — Rice alumni.
The purpose of the Association of Rice Alumni (ARA) is to provide the means of a continuing relationship between the university and its former students. The association strives to stimulate intellectual and social participation of all members of the ARA. In addition, the association endeavors to foster deeper concern among its members for the welfare of the university, to strengthen the bond of understanding between the university and the community, to encourage gifts, to attract outstanding students and faculty, and to contribute toward maintaining Rice as a university in keeping with the ideals and aims of its founder.
So you want to get together with fellow alumni and friends? A number of groups provide opportunities for members of the Rice community to unite around common interests.
The mission of the Association of Rice Alumni includes a commitment to lifelong learning.
Join us as we continue our journey toward a second century of original thought and tangible contributions to the world.