If you know Andrew Grottkau, then you must know his signature smile and extremely kind personality. As a sophomore mechanical engineer and the sports editor at the Thresher, Grottkau from McMurtry College is a highly engaged Rice student – with sass being his hidden talent.
by Jennifer Evans, Rice News “The 5-mile drive from Rice University to Houston’s Galleria could take as long as 40 minutes if you stick to streets like University Boulevard and Westheimer. But take the freeway, and you could be shopping in as little as 15 minutes.
by Elizabeth Rasich, The Rice Thresher “Schemes to steal usernames and passwords are another part of the Rice University experience.
Metinee Ding is a sophomore Sidizen majoring in Architecture. She is currently taking a studio class – a course all Rice archis have to take each year – that specifically focuses on a project that is centered around a theme set by the professor.
Rice’s Chief Information Security Officer Marc Scarborough warned the campus about online security issues in an email on December 16: Members of the campus community, Rice is facing an increased level of sophistication in online security attacks that aim to compromise University accounts and serv
Excerpt from the 2015-2016 OIT Annual Report It seemed like an ordinary request: A Rice employee got an email from a colleague asking for university bank account numbers. Fortunately, rather than simply hit reply, the employee picked up the phone—and that’s when the jig was up.
Reposting of e-newsletter sent to Rice faculty, staff, and graduate students on 11-1-16. Office of Information Technology Campus Technology News Fall 2016 Classroom Technology Interested in what technology is available in a specific classroom or how to use it?
OIT’s AESS group plans and implements secure, reliable, modern, and innovative technology solutions that support Rice’s business processes and advance the university’s enterprise functions.
Excerpt from the 2015-2016 OIT Annual Report Rice University is a highly complex organization.