Rhodes’ European studies abroad program with Sewanee: the University of the South are cited in a listing of "45 Top Colleges to Study Abroad."
On Tuesday, May 6, the Halliburton bells tolled on campus in memory of President Emeritus James "Jim" Harold Daughdrill, Jr.
In Dr. Amy Jasperson’s political science courses, students grow to know the good, the bad, and the ugly when it comes to campaign advertising.
Rhodes alumna Joellyn Forrester Sullivan recently was presented Chi Omega Fraternity’s highest honor, the President’s Award.
Elizabeth Bridges uses comic books and graphic novels to teach classes.
Rhodes had 160 student-athletes to make the Southern Athletic Association (SAA) Academic Honor Roll for the 2014 spring term.
It’s Only Logical: Customized Software Helps Teach Logic Rules, Opening Up Class Time for Strategies
Since Associate Professor of Philosophy Mark Newman began using an online teaching tool in his logic class, the course has not gotten easier but grades have gotten better.
Professor of English Seth Rudy scours data to analyze word usage in 18th Britain. His targeted review of the language reveals critical aspects of the era’s search for knowledge.
Collaboration Enlarges Understanding of Urban Health Issues: Linked Courses Help Launch New Urban Studies Concentration
Dr. Elizabeth Thomas and Dr. Kendra Hotz taught separate classes that cross-enrolled their students as part of the new concentration, public health.
The Women′s Golf Coaches Association All-American Scholars for Division I, II and III have been announced, with Nikki Isaacson ’17 and Mary Reed ’14 earning the academic honor.