Team

We are thrilled to welcome you to the Rice WaTER (Water, Technology, Entrepreneurship and Research) Institute's Team.
We invite you to get to know the passionate individuals who form the backbone of our research institute. We believe that our strength lies in the expertise, commitment, and diversity of our team members and advisory board. We value your interest and look forward to the opportunity to engage with you further.

Contact Us: If you have any inquiries, please feel free to reach out to Executive Director, Eric.Willman@rice.edu.

Public Health Thrust

Energy Transition Thrust

Resilient Infrastructure Thrust

Advisory Board Leaders

Center Staff

VISITING OUR OFFICES

The Rice WaTER Institute is located on the campus of Rice University inside the Lovett Hall Building.

Click interactive map for directions.

Parking

The best option for visitor parking is available in the Founder’s Court Visitor Lot in front of Cohen House Faculty Club (adjacent to Lovett Hall). To access the lot, enter campus through entrance No. 1 or No. 2 from Main Street; the lot will be located on the left. You will need to provide a credit card to enter the lot.Visitors can expect to pay about $5 per hour for parking with a maximum daily limit of $12. Parking lots only accept credit or debit cards.

LOVETT HALL 2ND & 3RD FLOOR

Entrance D

Walking towards Lovett, you can enter the courtyard through the sallyport and turn right towards Entrance D. Offices are on the second and third floor and only accessible by stairs. Building Entrance D - take steps up through double wooden doors to the 2nd floor. The first door on the left is the office entrance. Men’s restrooms are located on the first floor and Women’s restrooms are on the 2nd floor. All meetings are by appointment.

CONTACT

Rice University
Rice WaTER Institute
6100 Main Street, MS 7940
Houston, Texas 77005

Phone: 713-348-7940
Email: rwi@rice.edu

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Plans to move RWI Offices are set for Summer 2024. The future offices and labs will be located in the Ralph S. O'Connor Building for Engineering and Science.