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She has been conducting research on generational differences—from Traditionalists to Millennials—in the workplace that could help managers as they design jobs, recruit employees, and foster career development.

Dr. Joy Brooke Fairfield, assistant professor of theatre, stars in the ensemble cast of LIZZIE: The Musical with New Moon Theatre Company through Oct. 28. 

Rhodes' new student activities coordinator, Mikayla Woodward, grew up in a small town in central Illinois. While attending undergrad at North Central College in Napierville, Illinois, where she went to play women’s golf, she found her niche in student activities.

To mark the national observation of October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Rhodes Title IX Board is holding a toiletry drive on campus and tabling in the Rat to spread awareness.and show support for survivors of domestic violence.

Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music recently hosted jazz saxophone legend and Memphis native Charles Lloyd to discuss his career in music. In addition to Rhodes students, the event was attended by Cordova High School’s music students and members of the White Station High School band program.

Annual awards will be presented at Rhodes’ Alumni Convocation on Oct. 20 during Homecoming/Reunion Weekend. Dr. Herbert H. Hill from the Class of 1967 will receive the Distinguished Alumni Award, and Dr. Coby V. Smith from the Class of 1968 will receive the Black Student Association’s Distinguished Alumni Award.

Make art a part of your life at Rhodes. You don’t have to be a fine art, music, or theatre major to be involved in the arts on campus.

Make plans to join us October 18-21 for Homecoming/Reunion Weekend 2018!

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