Dr. Michael Nelson of the Rhodes Department of Political Science has written 42: Inside the Presidency of Bill Clinton. (Miller Center of Public Affairs Books).
Dr. Kathleen Doyle, associate professor of Spanish at Rhodes, fell in love with the Portuguese language while in graduate school, studying under Brazilian teachers.
Savoy magazine has named Herman Morris, Jr. as one of its 2016 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors.
Patrick Gray, Associate Professor of Religious Studies, was elected to membership in the international Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas at its recent General Meeting in Montreal.
This summer, theatre alumna Amanda Sisk ’98 directed “I’ll Say She.”
Phoebe Driscoll, who graduated from Rhodes in 2015 with a B.A. in English, has won an Editor's Choice award in the 2016 Raymond Carver Short Story Contest.
The annual Ostrander Awards honor the best in local live theatre, and Rhodes’ McCoy Theatre has received several nominations in the college division.
Over the summer, two Rhodes History majors were involved in preserving a largely hidden part of Memphis history.
Dr. Charles Hughes, director of Rhodes’ Memphis Center, is taking part in the 2016 “Elvis Week” celebration at Graceland.