Health, Humanism and Society Scholars
The Rice-Baylor College of Medicine Health, Humanism and Society Scholars Program provides
Humanities and Social Sciences undergraduate students with the
opportunity to assist in research, giving them valuable experience and
networking that increases competitiveness for medical and graduate
school. The HHASS program identifies faculty and researchers in the
Texas Medical Center who are interested in mentoring undergraduates and
who are currently researching topics of social science, education,
and/or humanities in the medical sciences.
Rice undergraduate students are competitively selected to participate
and asked to identify the projects that interest them the most.
Students are matched with projects, then spend a full academic year
assisting with research. Through HHASS, students have presented their
work at local and national conferences and co-authored publications in
More information can be found at http://hhass.rice.edu