Students can experience a multitude of Memphis events and cultural sites thanks to the Big Diehl program.
Katherine DiGiovanni ’12 recently had a manuscript accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journal Computational and Theoretical Chemistry.
Rhodes announces a new scholarship opportunity for students—The Spence and Becky Wilson Scholarship for Study in Russia.
An article by Rhodes Political Science Professor Marcus Pohlmann appears today on Wall Street Journal’s “Market Watch.”
Rhodes College English major Samantha Smith ‘14 is one of only 20 students nationwide to be offered a writing internship with the national office of the Phi Beta Kappa Society.
Rhodes faculty and students will participate in the Joint Mathematics Meetings Jan. 9-12 in San Diego, Calif.
The administration of Rhodes is very responsive to the requests of students in order to improve campus life.
Drs. Jim Robertson ’53
Jon Robertson ’68
Neurosurgeons and brothers Jim Robertson ’53 and Jon Robertson ’68, 15 years apart in age—and miles apart while growing up—finally found their lives aligned after Rhodes and medical school.