Political science and video arts students come together as a team to construct targeted messages informed by research.
In the Classroom
News and information about the Rhodes classroom experience.
National Scrabble Day is observed each year on April 13, but during the fall semester at Rhodes, Professor Scott Garner includes Scrabble, chess, Monopoly, and other board games among discussion topics for his first-year writing seminar.
At Rhodes, she directs film and media studies, and her teaching and research interests include American film and television, critical theory, and transnational cultural studies.
The newly released book provides a sociocultural look at African American communities across the U.S. from the late 19th century to present.
Goldwater Scholar and award recipient from the Women in Aerospace Foundation, physics and mathematics double major McKenna Davis '18 sets her sights on the field of aerospace.
She specializes in medieval Spanish literature and culture, with an emphasis on its relationship to other European literatures.
At Rhodes, she teaches a variety of courses that focus on urban and community sociology, culture and inequality, social problems and research methods.
His teaching and research interests at Rhodes include early and 19th-century American literature, postcolonial studies, and critical race theory.
College Raptor, an online resource that helps prospective college students explore college options, recently ranked Rhodes No. 10 among schools across the country as a “Hidden Gem for Women in STEM.”
Rhodes is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, but accreditation by ASBMB affirms that its biochemistry and molecular biology program fulfills or exceed national standards.