The Rice Business Plan Competition recently announced the 42 teams – whittled down from about 400 – that will compete for more than $1 million in prize money starting April 14 at the university’s Jones Graduate
When it comes to business plan competitions, you often hear a lot about the winners. But what of the teams that struggle?
What do the judges think?
Thomas Healy and his teammates from Carnegie Mellon University hope a 65-foot tractor-trailer will rev up the judges at this year's Rice Business Plan Competition.
Peter Rodriguez, currently senior associate dean for degree programs and chief diversity officer at the University of Virginia’s Darden School of Business, has been named dean of Rice University’s Jones Graduate School of Business.
Two teams of engineering students took home big checks for victories in the 2016 Owl Open, Rice’s student startup competition, Feb. 20.
Burke said there were many strong life sciences teams applying for this year's competition; 18 teams were accepted for the life sciences category, up from 12 last year. The other categories are information technology/Web/mobile; energy/clean technology/sustainability; and other.