Spend your summer with us! With opportunities for K-12 and visiting college students, you're sure to find a place in the Rice community.
Rice’s Visiting Owl program provides an opportunity for high school students and visiting college students to experience Rice and earn college credit with our online course offerings.
Film English Club has lessons plans designed around short films and video for language teachers, and viewing guides for English language students who want to learn English through watching films. The guides help students improve their English vocabulary, listening comprehension, pronunciation, speaking and writing. File: EPUB, 376 KB. Send-to-Kindle or Email. Please login to your account first; Need help? Please read our short guide how to send a book to Kindle.
Rice University is proud to offer several summer enrichment programs for students in grades K-12. Explore your opportunities below.
Summer Sports Camps
Enrichment Programs Academic Year
Small class sizes foster the professor accessibility and intimate learning environments amongst peers needed to make the most of any learning experience.
At Rice, students learn from the best, brightest and most respected experts in their field. Visiting students are welcome to make the most of this stellar learning opportunity.
Rice is in the heart of the museum district - next door to the world’s largest medical center, a short train ride to downtown and the nation’s second-largest theater district. Surrounding our campus is a world of opportunity and Rice students have easy access to much of it.
2021 NCTE Annual Convention
Program Chair Valerie Kinloch invites proposal submissions for the next Annual Convention. Learn more about her vision for the Convention and find information about submitting a proposal.
Deadline Extended to January 19, 2021Call for Proposals
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Each November thousands of literacy educators from across the country make the journey to a Convention that inspires their practice and rejuvenates their profession. They leave with strong strategies and best practices for teaching literacy, language, and composition. They learn new ideas for delivering instruction that engages students and addresses the most pressing needs within the school and district. Join us to find new teaching allies, new connections with luminaries and authors, and enough new books to fill entire shelves in classroom libraries.