The Office of Alumni Relations, in partnership with departments and units from across campus and dedicated volunteers, supports campus networks that help advance the mission and goals of Rice University. Campus networks work to connect alumni who share similar interests and passions.
Amici di via Gabina alumni and friends participated in the excavation of two suburban villas and a Late Antique granary/barn east from the center of Rome. The goal of this research, directed by Walter Widrig and Philip Oliver-Smith, was to shed light on the economic and social changes that took place from the Republic through the Imperial Era in the immediate area of the ancient Via Gabina. Rice was the sponsor of the project and with Walter Widrig holds the copyright to research materials.
The records from the excavations consisting of notebooks, catalogues, plans and drawings are all available to the public as archival materials of Rice University's Fondren Library. Copies of many of these items are also kept in the Library of the British School at Rome.
Alumni and friends who participated in this program will receive periodic email communications, be invited to attend an annual reunion gathering and participate in philanthropic endeavors to help support the Amici di via Gabina Traveling Fellowship.
For more information, please contact Natalye Appel, Via Gabina Class of ’79, ’80, ’82.
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The Religion and Public Life Program (RPLP) conducts research, trains scholars, and offers programs that advance dialogue about religion in the public sphere. The program is directed by Autrey Professor of Sociology, Elaine Howard Ecklund.
There are a number of ways that alumni can get involved with RPLP. Receive invitations and updates by joining the RPLP listserv by going to the RPLP homepage and click “Join Now”.
If you would like to support our program by making a financial contribution, please contact Kiki Cooper, director of development in the School of Social Sciences, at 713-348-4482.
For more information, please contact Hayley Hemstreet, RPLP program manager, at 713-348-3974.
The Rice University Chemistry Alumni group aims to establish a professional network of alumni who wish to remain connected to the department. Through this network, we hope to celebrate the accomplishments of our alumni and to unite them with others in their field. We also hope to invite our alumni to return to Rice to assist our current students by presenting seminars, mentoring students, hosting internships and participating in important departmental events and milestones.
If you would like to support our program by making a financial contribution, please contact the director of development in the Wiess School of Natural Sciences at 713-348-4268.
Rice Entrepreneurship Organization (EO) provides Rice alumni and student entrepreneurs a forum for networking, peer-to-peer roundtables, competitions, education and mentorship at all stages of their entrepreneurial life cycle.
Join like-minded alumni and students who are current or future entrepreneurs seeking entrepreneurial education, guidance in sourcing capital, business ideas, assistance with developing business plans and running new or established businesses, or Owls looking to mentor others on their entrepreneurial journey.
The Rice Architecture Alumni Group seeks to connect a growing global network of Rice Architecture postgraduates in a number of ways.
For alumni interested in learning more about professional opportunities, please join our LinkedIn group where members and Rice Architecture will post exclusive job opportunities. We also invite you to have a direct impact on current students by signing-up for our Rice Architecture mentoring program - Mentorship. Through Mentorship, alumni serve as mentors and provide Rice Architecture students with shadowing and externship opportunities. Alumni may also stay in touch with our network by subscribing to our newsletter, and by submitting information for inclusion. We do regularly update our Facebook page, Twitter and Instagram handles with exciting alumni accomplishments, regional events and lectures at the school.
If you are interested in supporting our efforts by making a financial contribution, please contact Emily Stein, Director of Development for Rice Architecture, at (713) 348-3424. You may also send Emily your current contact information and any personal updates you would like to see included in Rice Architecture newsletters.