Hamlett Dobbins, director of the Clough-Hanson Gallery at Rhodes College, has been selected a 2013-14 Rome Prize Winner.
Application documents for the Rhodes Summer Writing Institute should be submitted by April 30, 2013.
The Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation recently announced the names of 62 exceptional college juniors out of 629 candidates nominated as 2013 Truman Scholars. Rhodes political economy major Frankie Dakin is one of them.
Rhodes’ McCoy Theatre will present a production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” April 12 & 13, 18-21, with visiting director Nick Hutchison from London.
Dr. John Bass, director of the Mike Curb Institute for Music, is featured in the Memphis Daily News about his musical background and career.
Dr. Valeria Z. Nollan is celebrating the publication of Volume 3 of Sergei Vasilievich Rachmaninoff. Scholarly Edition of the Complete Collected Works.
Sarah Bacot ’13 of Diamondhead, Miss., has been named a Watson Fellow.
Sarah Lacy, journalist and media entrepreneur, will headline a conference in Nashville showcasing some of the fastest-growing startups in Southeastern states.
One of Rhodes' more intriguing programs on campus is the Deaf Literacy Fellowship. The fellowship is in its third year and has four fellows each year.