On Martin Luther King, Jr. day, the Rhodes Community came together for an annual day of service.
Rhodes College’s “Communities in Conversation” series will present five sets of events during the spring semester of 2014. Preeminent scholars and outstanding intellectuals such as internationally renowned philosopher Judith Butler and The Atlantic’s Ta-Nehisi Coates will discuss contemporary issues and contentious topics.
Ellie Skochdopole ′15 tells why she chose to study a language at Rhodes College.
With a new year, it is time for juniors and seniors to buckle down and make career plans. One thing that Dan Schrader, senior assistant director in the Rhodes Office of Admission, recommends is for students to connect with Rhodes via LinkedIn. He explains that “LinkedIn now provides a search tool that allows current students and alumni to search for profiles that have Rhodes College attached to them.
Mary Reed ’14 discovers her passion for development economics through an internship in South Africa as a recipient of the Morelle Legg Scholarship.
The Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning at Rhodes College is enrolling students for its spring 2014 continuing education classes.
Dr. Emily Hodges, who graduated from Rhodes with a B.A. in French and biology in 1998, is a Regional Award Finalist of the Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists.
Dr. Seok-Won Lee, assistant professor in Rhodes’ history department, has been awarded a 2014 Korea Foundation Field Research Fellowship.
Alumnus Ian Todd recently received the 2013 Joan Waite Hanlon Memorial Award for Outstanding Professionalism in the Field of Volunteer Management.
Carol Wicker, Rhodes alumna and English teacher at Wakefield High School, has been appointed to the Teacher Advisory Committee of North Carolina by Governor Pat McCrory.