Prof. Michael Nelson attended the second presidential debate and wrote about it for the Cook Political Report, one of the most respected political newsletters in the country.
"Memphis Cares for Her Own?"
Gabby Gafford ‘18, a fellow with Crossroads to Freedom, works closely with the high-school interns, who are selected from the neighborhoods they document.
Serving the hungry and homeless of Memphis is year-round for the Rhodes’ Souper Contact, a student-run meal program.
Rhodes staff member Angela Fletcher recently was interviewed about her bloodhound, Maddy, and their search and rescue work.
This past summer, students got a chance to accompany Dr. Miriam Clinton of the Department of Art and Art History to Crete to conduct archaeological research.
Today, more than 60 percent of Rhodes students call a different country their classroom for a few weeks or even months.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a $225,000 grant to the Molecular Education and Research Consortium in Undergraduate Computational Chemistry (MERCURY).
“Remember Fort Pillow,” a documentary film produced in collaboration with Rhodes students, is an official selection of the Indie Memphis Film Festival 2016.
Prof. Mike LaRosa is currently in Bogotá, Colombia conducting research on “out migration” from Colombia to other parts of the world.