Excellence in Medical Education: Rhodes Becomes Partners with University of Tennessee Health Science Center
Through the partnership, Rhodes students are guaranteed interviews at UTHSC’s College of Medicine if they meet specific benchmarks and apply to the college through the American Medical College Application Service.
Dr. Shatavia Wynn, assistant professor of religious and Africana studies at Rhodes, has been selected for the 2024 Hybrid Teaching and Learning Workshop for Early Career Religion Faculty Teaching Undergraduates.
Rhodes College celebrated its 175th anniversary last year, and now it is marking another exciting milestone in the life of the college with the establishment of the Spence Wilson Center for Interdisciplinary Humanities.
Rhodes is among the nation’s leading institutions for study abroad, according to the Open Doors 2023 Report on International Educational Exchange.
Rhodes Alumna Dorothy Sanders Wells Makes History as Elected Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi
Rhodes College alumna the Rev. Dr. Dorothy Sanders Wells made history Feb. 3 becoming the first woman and first Black person elected as Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Mississippi.
Rhodes College has been named among the “Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs” (MPPWSA), which is an annual report produced by newsmagazine Diverse: Issues in Higher Education and the ACPA-College Student Educators International.
Art History Students Catalog Treasure Trove of Images Related to Work by Famed Archaeologist Hugh Sackett
A Rhodes College team made up of art history associate professor Dr. Miriam Clinton, students in Clinton’s Greek art courses, and visual resources curator Rosie Meindl have digitized and cataloged 35mm slides created by Dr. Leyland Hugh Sackett.
Rhodes Joins the American Talent Initiative to Expand Access for Highly Talented Low-Income Students
Rhodes has joined the American Talent Initiative (ATI), a collective of 137 top public and private colleges and universities across the nation working collaboratively to expand access and opportunity for highly talented low- and moderate-income students.
Four students from Rhodes presented their research at the Joint Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America and Australian Acoustical Society recently held in Sydney, Australia.