Rice University
Rice Magazine| The Magazine of Rice University | No. 1 | 2008

A New Catalyst for Students

Rice undergrads are well known for their brains and work ethic, and at Rice, they have plenty of opportunities to work side by side with researchers and graduate students in laboratories across campus. Can a student-produced science journal be far behind? Meet Catalyst: Rice Undergraduate Science Review, dedicated to highlighting and encouraging the undergraduate research experience at Rice.

For a Q&A with Catalyst’s founders, visit:

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Class of 2008The Class of 2008

Rice’s 95th graduating class included 732 undergraduates, 22 undergraduate professionals and 686 graduate students. The largest number of doctoral degrees — 186 — were conferred, and a number of students graduated with multiple degrees, bringing the total number of degrees awarded to 1,490.