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THE PUBLICATION


Catalyst, the Undergraduate Science Research Journal at Rice, showcases student perspectives on popular science topics and undergraduate research. We’re committed to fostering interdisciplinary interest in scientific writing and dialogue about science at Rice. We invest in our writers to represent our organization, our university, and the power of writing in this context to educate and engage a broad audience.

Science needs to be accessible and engaging to captivate and inform a wider American public that is often inundated with misinformation, junk news, and conflicting opinions on key issues. We are passionate about making science accessible and engaging, whether you’re a Ph.D. research scientist or a casual reader hoping to learn a little bit about virtual reality.

Check out a few highlights from Discoveries, our frequently updated online blog, on our home page. And while you’re at it, please take a second to follow Rice Catalyst on Facebook and Twitter!

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THE PUBLICATION


Catalyst, the Undergraduate Science Research Journal at Rice, showcases student perspectives on popular science topics and undergraduate research. We’re committed to fostering interdisciplinary interest in scientific writing and dialogue about science at Rice. We invest in our writers to represent our organization, our university, and the power of writing in this context to educate and engage a broad audience.

Science needs to be accessible and engaging to captivate and inform a wider American public that is often inundated with misinformation, junk news, and conflicting opinions on key issues. We are passionate about making science accessible and engaging, whether you’re a Ph.D. research scientist or a casual reader hoping to learn a little bit about virtual reality.

Check out a few highlights from Discoveries, our frequently updated online blog, on our home page. And while you’re at it, please take a second to follow Rice Catalyst on Facebook and Twitter!

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STAFF


STAFF


2017-2018 BOARD

Co-Presidents:

Editor-In-Chief - Sanket Mehta

Activities Chair - Mahesh Krishna

 

Director of Design:

Juliana Wang

 

podcast directors: 

Alejandro Estrada

Nick Falkenberg

 

BLOG DIRECTOR:

Nigel Edward

Outreach DIRECTOR:

Shravya Kakulamari

Treasurer: 

Jack Trouvé

Executive Editors: 

Attractions - Jenny Wang

Breakthroughs - Ruchi Gupta

Connections - Rachita Pandya and Jacob Kesten

Socials COmmittee CHAIrs: 

Kelsey Sanders  

Jessica Riley Holmes

 

web development chair: 

Preetham Bachina

 

Eureka


Eureka


 Click the logo to read the inaugural issue!

Click the logo to read the inaugural issue!

About eureka

Catalyst is an organization that ultimately seeks to increase scientific literacy through the publication opportunities it offers. Previously, these opportunities were offered only to undergraduates within the Rice University community. In an effort to expand its reach and serve the greater Houston community, Catalyst went beyond the hedges. 

Starting in the fall of the 2016 academic year, Catalyst implemented a program called Eureka! in partnership with nearby high school institutions to guide high school students through the process of writing scientific articles similar to those found in the annual Catalyst publication, which are then compiled into a separate publication and distributed at the end of the academic year. By providing this opportunity, Catalyst members hope to not only provide high school students with an exciting glimpse of the scientific sphere of the academic world, but also serve as mentors to younger students in areas such as college applications, college life, and career options. 

The inaugural issue of Eureka was published in April of 2017. 

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