Mia-Miracle Craig, Sam Frank, Claire Kiernan, and Vaniel Simmons are competing for the 2023 Truman Scholarship, a national competitive, merit-based award offered to students who wish to attend graduate school in preparation for a career in government, the non-profit sector, or public service. It provides up to $30,000 to be applied toward graduate school.
Israel Maymester Brings Foundations Courses to Life
Three Rhodes students accompanied Dr. Kenny Morrell to Caesarea, Israel, for the archaeological opportunity of a lifetime: the Caesarea City and Port Exploration Maymester.
January 19, 2023
Rhodes Students Win Awards for GIS-Based Research
Kathleen Cutting ’23, Khanh Ton ’23, and Max Dixon ’23 made presentations at the Memphis Area Geographic Information Council’s (MAGIC) annual Geospatial Conference held recently.
January 17, 2023
Rhodes College Receives $2 Million Gift for Endowed Chair and Fellowship Program
A $2 million gift from the estate of Dr. Frances Elaine Donelson ’59 will endow a new chair and fellowship program in the Department of Psychology at Rhodes College.
January 11, 2023
J. Bailey Hutchinson ’13 Receives National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing Fellowship
Rhodes College English alumna J. Bailey Hutchinson is the recipient of a 2023 Creative Writing Fellowship of $25,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts.
January 10, 2023
Rhodes College Names Nicole J. Johnson Vice President for Student Life
Nicole J. Johnson, dean of students and associate vice president for student affairs at Goucher College, has been named vice president for student life at Rhodes College. She will assume the role on Feb. 27, 2023.
January 04, 2023
Four Rhodes College Seniors Compete for 2023 Thomas J. Watson Fellowship
Four Rhodes College seniors are competing for the prestigious Thomas J. Watson Fellowship, which provides a $40,000 grant for purposeful, independent exploration abroad. They are Isabel López, Benjamin Oelkers, Anna Parkinson, and Van Tran.
December 08, 2022
Greece Maymester Full of Discovery
This past summer, Brittany Ashley ’23, Avery Comish ’24, Elizabeth Griffin ’23, and Isabella Brewer ’24, led by associate professor of art and art history Dr. Miriam Clinton, travelled to Porto Rafti to become part of the archaeological survey project known as BEARS.
December 05, 2022
Rhodes Equestrian Club Competes for Ribbons—but Inclusivity is the Real Win
Equestrian Club president Elizabeth Mueller '23 works to create a welcoming experience for all students with different levels of commitment, a restructured budget, a revived competition team, and more.
November 21, 2022
Anne Entz ’23 Completes Studies in Taiwan as Critical Language Education Program Boren Scholar
Rhodes senior Anne Entz, who is the recipient of the prestigious Boren Scholarship, has been studying Mandarin Chinese at the National Taiwan University for the fall 2022 semester. “I chose to study Mandarin in Taiwan because I have had a wonderful experience studying Chinese at Rhodes, and I wanted to continue improving my Chinese language skills in an immersive environment,” she says.
November 21, 2022