Rice Alumni Stories

Rice Owls are known for their inspired ingenuity, passionate pursuit of excellence and endless exploration of new ideas. Here are just a few examples of how members of our Rice community are putting Rice’s values into action long after they leave campus. Submit your Rice Story here.

Timing is everything. This idea applies to life, relationships, jumping rope, cooking meat — and it’s what Keshav Wagle ’22 preaches to his students as they write, practice and hone their comedic personas in his student-taught course, COLL 149: Stand-up (Comedy) For Yourself.

A steel statue and a devastating loss inspired Bill Kendall ’55 to seize a unique opportunity. Today, that same statue reminds him of the resiliency and strength of the Rice community in one of the hardest years to date.

With these tips from a current Rice parent, you'll feel prepared to help your Owl leave the nest. You've got this!

The Office of Alumni Relations has one simple goal: to keep you connected to Rice. Meet each team member to hear what they enjoy most about fostering close-knit community for Owls everywhere. Check back later to meet more members of our team!

Amidst an unprecedented campus environment, student directors and coordinators worked hard to provide an exceptional O-Week experience for the Rice Class of 2024.

As the co-owner of a fully-remote content marketing and copywriting agency, Marie Parks shares her tips for staying focused in a work-from-home environment.

Mary Balthrop ’07 has been named a member at Sherrard Roe Voigt & Harbison, a Nashville-based law firm that provides legal services to businesses and individual clients.

Since its formation a half century ago, Rice’s Graduate Student Association (GSA) has enriched the experience of all grad students in a variety of ways. Learn what exactly brings this community together with insight from a number of former GSA leaders.