Dr. James R. Hight, an orthodontist in Jackson, TN, is the new president-elect of the Tennessee Dental Association.
Rhodes history major Dale Hutcherson ’15 has curated an exhibit at the Mud Island Mississippi River Museum.
The Russian Studies program at Rhodes is pleased to announce that Anna Kushnir ′14 recently received an Honorable Mention in the annual national essay competition of the American Council of Teachers of Russian.
In this year’s contest, more than 1,000 essays were submitted from 58 universities, colleges, and institutions across the nation. Three judges independently ranked each essay.
Kushnir was recognized in the "Heritage Speaker, Level 1" category.
Joslyn Hebda ′14 has published an article in the current edition of the Journal of International Relations.
Morgan Smathers ’14 recently was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Army.
Dr. Milton Moreland of Rhodes′ archaeology program and religious studies department recently received The Cleo Dunning-Alfred Billingsley Cemetery Preservation Award.
Located in the heart of Midtown, Rhodes gives us students a taste of the real world without leaving us for the metaphorical wolves.
Four Rhodes employees recently received the college’s 2014 Outstanding Staff Awards based on nominations submitted by faculty, staff and students.
The college will pay tribute to staff with a brunch on May 15 in the McCallum Ballroom.
Annual awards were presented at the 165th Commencement exercises of Rhodes College on May 10 on campus. Rhodes graduate Benjamin Evans was awarded the Peyton Nalle Rhodes Phi Beta Kappa Prize, the college’s highest academic honor, and Phillip H. McNeill, founder and CEO of Chartwell Hospitality, received the Rhodes College Distinguished Service Medal.