Dr. Noelle Chaddock has joined the Rhodes College staff as associate dean of academic affairs for diversity and inclusivity, which is a new position at the college. Chaddock also will be a faculty member in the Africana studies program and will teach the course The Making of Race in the Americas. Prior to joining the Rhodes staff, they served as chief diversity officer at the State University of New York at Cortland. Chaddock received their degrees from the State University of New York at Binghamton.
Brittney Threatt ’17 first heard about the Hattiloo Theatre her freshman year. Now she has an internship there.
Working with almuna Marti Tippens Murphy '86, Lamisa Hasan'18 takes a lead role during her fellowship at Facing History and Ourselves.
Phoebe Driscoll '15 left Rhodes College as an award-winning documentary filmmaker with her Pharaohs of Memphis.
Jazzy Miller ’08 has many irons in the fire. Perhaps closest to her heart, however, are the one-woman plays that she researched, wrote, and performed.
Real Challenges, Real Outcomes
It is hard to think that we only get our students for four short years, especially when we pause to reflect on the things they dream about and accomplish.
Rhodes students enrolled in Prof. Ferron Thompson’s commerce and business course participated in the 2016 SaveFirst tax preparation initiative.