The Institute for Healthcare Improvement in Massachusetts has just published a new course co-designed by Rhodes professor Kendra G. Hotz with Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare surgeon Dr. Nia Zalamea.
The Field School (technically known as the Rhodes College Maymester in Environmental Archaeology) is located at Ames Plantation, just 50 miles from Memphis.
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Dr. Scott L. Newstok, 2016 winner of Rhodes’ Clarence Day Award for Outstanding Teaching, addressed the Class on 2020 during Opening Convocation.
A section of University Street, between Jackson Avenue and North Parkway, has been named in honor of Rhodes College President William E. Troutt.
For the past two years, the Rhodes group has excavated the slave cabins and manor house of Fanny Dickins, a woman who owned and ran her own plantation, a rarity for the time.
This summer a group of Rhodes students, parents, recent graduates, and a member from the Memphis Jewish community went on the first Rhodes-led Holocaust Travel Seminar.
New this fall is the Department of History’s new concentration in public history, which is designed for students to pursue experiences in museums, archives, and historical preservation.
Shelby County Schools (SCS) are just a couple of weeks into the new school year, and there are already plenty of opportunities for volunteers, according to a recent SCS news release.