Thanks to the vision and generosity of Dr. Charles Robertson Jr. ’65, the shop was renovated and named in honor of Glen Davis, technical associate in the Department of Physics. Davis has managed the shop for 20 years, teaching students and others on campus machining, fabricating, and welding, as well as making and repairing items for college instruction, research, and maintenance.
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The event will feature moderated panels of scholarly and creative presentations by Rhodes students.
Phi Beta Kappa is America’s oldest collegiate honor society. Only about 10 percent of the nation’s institutions of higher learning have Phi Beta Kappa chapters.
While in Memphis for MLK50 events, Rev. Lawson spoke to a packed room in Rhodes’ Briggs Hall on April 5 about the history and changes of the country as well as the continued need for social justice. The Rhodes Board of Trustees earlier this year voted to confer the degree, and a brief ceremony took place prior to the talk.
Grace Duarte-Baker is the new assistant director, and Shaundra Bills is a clinical counselor. Dr. Archandria Owens will assume the associate director’s position in May.
Rhodes has joined colleges across the country in using this program.
Overseen by Rhodes Engineering, the Makerspace in Rhodes Tower is outfitted with a wide range of equipment. Once trained on the equipment, all Rhodes students are welcome to use the workshop to design and build their own projects.
PJ Settles ’19 and Bryce Hayes ’20 tackle everything from pop culture, music, and sports to serious issues facing today's campuses on their podcast, Can’t Knock the Hustle.
Rhodes Theatre Guild's performance of pool (no water) is the first of four productions planned for McCoy Theatre's spring season.
Twenty high schools from Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana, and Alabama will send about 300 delegates to debate and solve world issues in a simulation of the UN General Assembly and the United Nations Security Council Feb. 16-18.