Video: In Dr. Marcus Pohlmann's Opening Convocation address, he advises students to "question, explore, and validate" when it comes to learning.
In an interview with Chapter 16, Prof. Michael Nelson of the Department of Political Science discussed his book Resilient America, which is about the turbulent election of 1968, and the lessons that apply to the election of 2016.
A guiding factor in Alagia’s college choice was the opportunity to study in academic departments with highly skilled, yet highly accessible, professors.
Dr. Marcus Pohlmann and Dr. Betsy Sanders are recipients of Rhodes’ faculty honors for outstanding teaching and research, which were presented at the annual Rhodes College Awards Convocation.
The 2016-17 mock trial season ended with Rhodes competing in the National Championship Tournament in Los Angeles and finishing in the national Top Ten, based on a three-year span.
Pat Morgan ’91 will be honored at the Women’s Foundation for a Greater Memphis’ Legend Award Luncheon on April 27 at the Memphis Cook Convention Center.
Thomas Mitchell, a political science and educational studies double major from Knoxville, TN, is among those winning a Truman Scholarship.
A Conversation With:
Keegan Callanan, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Middlebury College; Noelle Chaddock, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs for Diversity and Inclusivity, Rhodes College; James R. Stoner, Jr., Hermann Moyse, Jr., Professor and Director of the Eric Voegelin Institute in the Department of Political Science, Louisiana State University
Moderated by: Daniel Cullen, Professor of Political Science, Rhodes College
The Political Science Department is proud of its students, faculty, and alumni and their many accomplishments:
Prof. Mark Pohlmann published on opinion piece in The Hill on Nov. 1, 2017, on the tax reform being proposed in Congress. Titled "GOP's tax reform is a 'middle-class con job,' " the full article can be read here.