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.”
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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.
The award, totaling $294,000 with Dr. Keri Colabroy of Muhlenberg College, supports collaborative research of an unstudied family of enzymes related to biofuel production.
The Rhodes College Department of Theatre gave students a unique opportunity to get their physical education requirement: aerial performance.
As KennyBirch considers her past work in her history major and her plans to earn an advanced degree in history, she considers her work as a Mellon Fellow one of the best parts of her Rhodes experience.
With a strong computer science foundation and a grounding in the humanities, Cobb says he is well prepared to attend graduate school after graduation next spring.
Seven Years to Zero, new work by Rhodes College creative nonfiction professor Amy Benson, is slated to publish in May.
Dr. Marsha D. Walton, professor of psychology at Rhodes, and Dr. Alice J. Davidson, associate professor of psychology at Rollins College, have published a new book.
Henry Schott fell in love with languages in his 7th grade Latin class. Now in his fourth year at Rhodes, the Greek and Roman Studies major has done some amazing things in the pursuit of his passion.
Seniors Ethan Williford and Mac Wilson served as the Urban Forestry fellows in the fall of 2016.