Four Seniors Win Fulbright Student Awards

Rhodes seniors James Blan, Ace Cole, and Isabela Tablan have been selected to receive Fulbright U.S. Student Awards for the 2023-2024 academic year. Tim Turcotte is the recipient of a Fulbright Austria U.S. Teaching Assistantship.


Faculty and students of the Department of Chemistry represented Rhodes at the Spring 2023 American Chemical Society meeting in Indianapolis, IN, where thousands of chemistry professionals met to share ideas and advance scientific and technical knowledge

Rhodes Plays Host to National Mock Trial Championship Tournament, Eldridge Receives Award

Smart. Talented. Articulate. Dedicated. These words aptly describe the top 48 out of 700 mock trial teams in the nation that were in Memphis April 14-16 for the 38th American Mock Trial Association (AMTA) National Championship. The event was hosted by Rhodes College and sponsored by Burch, Porter & Johnson and The University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.

Richards Selected for National Senior Leadership Academy

Dr. Rashna Richards, dean for faculty development, reviews, and assessment at Rhodes, has been admitted into the 2023-2024 Senior Leadership Academy of the Council of Independent Colleges and the American Academic Leadership Institute.Up to 40 participants are selected for the competitive year-long program, which is designed for administrators to acquire knowledge, skills, and experience germane to the responsibilities and activities central to the work of a vice president or cabinet officer.

Two Rhodes College Students Named 2023 Goldwater Scholars

Rhodes College junior Abigail Hultquist and sophomore Ryan McCrory are among the 413 students from across the United States who have been selected as Goldwater Scholars in the 2023 competition. Established by Congress in 1986 to honor Barry M. Goldwater, the Goldwater Foundation provides scholarships to support college sophomores and juniors who show exceptional promise of becoming the nation’s next generation of natural sciences, mathematics, and engineering research leaders.

Art Alumna Accepted to Top Graduate Schools, Including Harvard and Yale

Rhodes students refine their passions, even after graduating. Krista Lebovitz ’21 has been visiting elite colleges where she has been accepted to decide where she will pursue a Master of Architecture this fall. Will it be MIT, Harvard, Yale, Cornell, University of Virginia, or Washington University?