Welcome to Public Affairs—the go-to, can-do team for high quality communications and results. We tell Rice's story by creating and deploying integrated communications strategies that support President David Leebron in achieving his objectives for the university.
The Public Affairs team is made up of a diverse set of skilled departments. Explore how we can help you disseminate messages, employ communication strategies, build relationships, enhance branding and achieve goals.
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Stories of the inspiring achievements of our faculty members, students and alumni live in a variety of publications, from our news and media website to our quarterly magazine. We welcome you to keep up with everything Rice by discovering the latest stories.
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