Professor Judaken now has accepted an invitation to the Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research in Cape Town, South Africa for two weeks, beginning on June 23.
Rhodes’ interfaith and Better Together activities also are featured in the May issue of Presbyterians Today.
Milan Vigil recently demonstrated Taijiquan to guests of the Asian-American Pacific Islander luncheon presented by Naval Support Activity Mid-South.
Rhodes English Chair Marshall Boswell was interviewed today on NPR’s “Here and Now.”
Rhodes Associate Professor of History Jeffrey A. Jackson has co-edited the most recent issue of French Historical Studies.
Rhodes physics alumnus Bryant Haynes has been named the 2013 Tennessee Teacher of the Year by the Air Force Association (AFA).
The 2013 Tennessee Bike Summit was held May 22-24 on the Rhodes Campus. The Tennessee Bike Summit convenes to strategize ways to make the state even more bike-friendly.
Rhodes’ newest residence hall, West Village, opened in August 2012 and has been awarded a LEED Silver Certification.
The college will pay tribute to staff on May 16. Staff members with 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, and 40 years of service will be recognized at the program.