Students in Rhodes’ First-Year Experience program are being featured in The Commercial Appeal in a new retrospective slideshow illustrating high points in the history of the National Civil Rights Museum.
Rhodes' Dr. Kendra G. Hotz commutes 13 miles round trip to work!
With Homecoming almost here, we thought we'd spotlight some some of the new, improved, or just different sites of Memphis today—places that some of our alums might not recognize from their time at Rhodes.
Seeing the World Through Someone Else’s Eyes: Prof. Haberman’s Course Includes Color Blindness Simulation
Dr. Jason Haberman, assistant professor of psychology at Rhodes, gives students in his Psychology 216-Sensation and Perception course an opportunity to temporarily experience color blindness.
Chemistry alumnus Winn Decker ’15 recently introduced Vice President Joe Biden to a group of members of the It’s On Us campaign.
Rhodes alumna Roberta Moore has published a revised version of her environmental science senior seminar paper in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Pollution.
Prof. David McCarthy of the Department of Art will discuss “Is Art Our Last Safe Space?” as part of a panel at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, CA on Oct. 27.
Prof. Charles McKinney of the Rhodes Department of History is guest speaker for the Oct. 14 forum on “Protest, Politics, and Perception” presented by Ohio University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Professor Susan Kus has devoted a significant part of her career learning about and living in Madagascar in order to better understand the dynamic cultures of the Malagasy people in the central highlands region.