A four-member team of Rhodes students participated in the Culverhouse Leadership Diversity Competition.
In the Classroom
News and information about the Rhodes classroom experience.
In April with an international symposium on 1616, Rhodes joins the rest of the world in commemorating the 400th anniversary of Shakepeare’s death.
Rhodes students can get a unique “outside the classroom” experience through the Model United Nations course, a one-credit class in which students research and gain a better understanding of the UN.
On December 4th, the Mike Curb Institute of Music welcomed the band Mason Jar Fireflies to 1034 Audubon for the last Audubon Sessions performance of 2015.
Rhodes offers students a different way to get their physical education degree requirement- martial arts. Courses include Taijiquan, Wing Chun, and Muay Thai Kickboxing.
For the Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences course for non-majors, lectures and labs are designed specifically to fit the interests of students taking the class for pre-med requirements.
As part of Prof. Mona Kreitner’s Fall 2015 Music and Healing course, students volunteer at Hope House, a non-profit that assists children and adults impacted by HIV and AIDS.
Students in two Rhodes classes will get the opportunity to engage with Dr. Vincent Wimbush, a scholar of religion and the 2015 Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar.
Digital Technology Enhances Scholarship
Thanks to the recent major and minor fair held on campus, Rhodes students don’t have to feel like they are alone when making the decision that will shape the rest of their college careers.