This summer, alumni Hayley Farmer ’13 and Will Lang ’12 are teaching college prep and enrichment classes for the Midtown North community.
Merits of Teaching Rhodes’ Search Program Highlighted in Inside Higher Ed
In Inside Higher Ed, the Search program is described as “the defining academic experience at Rhodes.”
Summer Series Part II
Students check out the sports scene in Memphis during the summertime, including baseball games at AutoZone Park in downtown Memphis.
Coaches Jane Wells and Joe Vari Participate in Sports Outreach in East Africa
Rhodes’ Head Field Hockey Coach Jane Wells and Head Women’s Soccer Coach Joe Vari partnered with a group from Lynchburg College and the Sports Outreach Institute.
Prof. Andrew Michta Becomes Senior Fellow at Center for European Policy Analysis
Dr. Andrew Michta has joined the Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA) in Washington, D.C., as a Senior Fellow.
Travels of Rhodes Professor To Include Presentation About George Sand’s French Novel Indiana
Dr. Margaret McColley, assistant professor of French at Rhodes, is traveling to the nation of Mauritius this month to present a talk on using Indiana by George Sands to teach geography.
Summer Series Part I
Lauren Albright ′16 shares her favorite things to do in Overton Park in the warm summer weather.
Professor Judaken Accepts Invitation From Cape Town, South Africa As Fulbright Scholar
Professor Judaken now has accepted an invitation to the Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Centre for Jewish Studies and Research in Cape Town, South Africa for two weeks, beginning on June 23.
Tina Dao ’15 Awarded Microbiology Fellowship
Tina Dao ’15 is participating in the 2013 Undergraduate Research Fellowship (URF) Program presented by the American Society for Microbiology (ASM).
Rhodes Wins National Award For Interfaith Partnerships Making Biggest Campus Impact
Rhodes’ interfaith and Better Together activities also are featured in the May issue of Presbyterians Today.