About Rice STEM Summer Series
We are excited to announce the Rice STEM Summer Seminar Series. This series is designed specifically for 6th–9th grade students, teachers, and parents and guardians. The three-part series covers topics such as overcoming resistance to online learning, current STEM research at Rice, and applying and paying for college. These seminars are possible due to collaboration between the Rice Office of STEM Engagement (R-STEM), George R. Brown School of Engineering, and Tapia Center for Excellence and Equity in Education.
Seminars will last an hour long, from 2:00–3:00 p.m. CST on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays. Specific dates and topics for each seminar can be found on their respective pages. Space is limited so registration is on first-come, first-served basis.
- Teacher Series:
Join us on Tuesdays during July for seminars featuring overcoming resistance to and supporting online learning, inclusive teaching strategies, and more.
- Student Series:
Join us on Wednesdays during July for seminars discussing cutting-edge research at Rice University. This series is designed for students in grades 6–9.
- Parent Series:
Join us on Thursdays during July for seminars including design challenges for you to complete with your student, and paying and applying for college. Both topics are offered in English and Spanish.
Rice STEM Summer Seminar Series Administration
If you have any questions about Rice STEM Summer Seminar Series, you can contact the program lead.
Carrie Obenland-Owens, Ph.D.
Associate Director for Outreach & Research
713-348-5648 | firstname.lastname@example.org
*Program times, dates, locations, and compensation subject to change before the first day of the program.