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The Office of Diversity and Inclusion at Rice

Honoring Dr. Raymond Johnson

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Dr. Johnson's groundbreaking
enrollment as the first black student to attend Rice University,
President David Leebron presented Dr. Johnson with special
recognitions from the City of Houston and the State of Texas.

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2015 ARUBA new alumni reception

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Dr. Raymond Johnson, recipient of 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award

He is joined by President David Leebron and several alumni, faculty, staff and friends at the Laureates Dinner May 16, 2015.

Honoring Dr. Raymond Johnson

In recognition of the 50th anniversary of Dr.Johnson's groundbreaking enrollment as the first black student to attend Rice University.

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Rice Nominators Circle

To be succesful in fulfilling our mission of inclusive excellence, we must commit ourselves to:

  • Acknowledging our differences
  • Seeking critical mass for underrepresented populations
  • Enriching our learning environment

 

 

Rice Nominators Circle

Address:
Office Admission
6100 Main St. Mail Stop 17
Houston, TX 77005

Contact:
Tamara Siler, Senior Associate Director, Coordinator of Minority Recruitment
713-348-2879

Email: silert@rice.edu

Initiated in 1998, the Rice University Nominator's Circle consists of K-12 teachers, counselors, administrators, and community leaders who assist Rice in identifying and reaching out to under-represented students of color.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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