David W. Leebron has served as Rice University’s seventh president since 2004, a period of growth and transformation for the university.
The President’s Lecture Series, which is sponsored by the Office of the President and supported by the J. Newton Rayzor Lecture Fund, was created to enrich the intellectual life of the Houston community by bringing to the Rice campus “celebrities of substance,” speakers of both high intellectual distinction and broad public appeal.
Over the past century, Rice has been able to uphold its founding president’s vision of an institution “of the highest grade” while still providing a superior education to students at tuition levels much lower than comparable schools. This has been possible because of the university’s dedicated leadership throughout its history.
Room capacity is 14 seats at the table and 8 chairs along the window wall.
The conference room is housing an art exhibit on loan from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Restrictions to protect the art include:
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