Chemistry research students Sakura Horiuchi ’19 and Emily Sanders ’20 won the awards at the 51st Annual Southeastern Undergraduate Research Conference recently held at the University of Tennessee at Martin. A total of 19 Rhodes students participated.
The Rhodes production of the once longest-running off-Broadway musical features a newly updated script, which charts the ups and downs of partnerships between people of all genders and includes revisions that reflect changing norms of human intimacy in our increasingly technologically-mediated world.
Her teaching and research focuses are race/ethnicity, space and place, mobility, and GIS applications. Prof. Yu says the early career research prize is an incredible honor, which encourages her to move forward with more exciting projects and articles to come in the field of urban geography.
It provides a nonpartisan analysis of Donald Trump’s first two years as president, starting with his election and transition in 2016, as well as offers an up-to-date assessment of this still unfolding story.
An international studies major from Brentwood, TN, he serves as president of the Rhodes College Republicans and has held offices in the Rhodes Student Senate.
Alumni Spotlight: From Rhodes to Harvard to a Federal Clerkship, Sarah Bacot ’13 “Agitates for Justice”
Sarah Bacot '13 was awarded the Watson Fellowship, graduated Harvard Law, and has now returned to Memphis for a one-year federal clerkship where she hopes to hone her skills in the law so that she can draw attention to injustice and help her clients navigate a system she can now work within.
Ben Siegel ’19, Parker Pell ’19, and Evan Deere ’16 started QuikFix in 2017 as a way to make money doing odd jobs and chores. The business connects skilled college students with homeowners looking for quality help that includes furniture assembly, loading and unloading, in-home moving, television and printer set-up, and outdoor cleaning and hauling.
The January 24th issue of the Memphis Flyer features its annual “20 Under 30” list of individuals helping to shape Memphis’ future. Among them is Rhodes alumna Chloe Moore.
Throughout the fall semester, students grappled with and expanded their horizons through their interactions with city-based organizations that are combatting food inequalities.
Rhodes has been named one of the nation’s “Best Value Colleges” in The Princeton Review’s The Best Value Colleges, 2019 Edition. Only 200 schools were selected for the list, which evaluates academics, financial aid, career services, and more.
Turner, who will serve as a member of the college’s senior leadership team, will be responsible for helping Rhodes bring to life the ambitious goals outlined in the college’s emerging strategic plan, expected to be approved by the Board of Trustees in 2019.