Chandler Hall '19 spent part of his summer in Kettering, England, interning under a Department of Music Archival Fellowship designed especially for him.
Throughout the World
National and global news about Rhodes students and alumns.
Connor Frost, Elise Moix, Kayla Puzdrakiewicz, Madison Perchik, Abby Polzin, and Megan Simons have been working with Prof. Mauricio Cafiero on the design of small molecules with the potential to act as treatments for Parkinson’s disease.
She has founded Clu Technologies, a business to business (B2B) software enterprise that bridges the gap between the in-store and online shopping experience.Team members include Rhodes students Sydnee Haley ’20 and Luke Mansfield ’20 and University of the South student Kylee Richard ’21.
Dr. Jennifer D. Sciubba, the Stanley J. Buckman Professor of International Studies at Rhodes College, has launched a new podcast about global population trends and implications.
She is the recipient of the 2017-18 Mamie Phipps Clark Diversity Research Grant presented by Psi Chi.
Ten Rhodes students have been traveling throughout Europe as part of a study abroad Maymester with the Department of International Studies since June.
Eleven Rhodes students participated this June in the Rocky Mountain Ecology Maymester through the Teton Science Schools in Kelly, WY. Students also got to meet alumna Mickey Babcock, who established the Rhodes-Teton Science Schools collaboration.
President Trump has announced Rhodes College alumna Amy Coney Barrett ‘94 is being considered to replace Justice Anthony Kennedy on the United States Supreme Court.
Dr. Leslie Petty, associate professor and chair of the English department, was named as the director of this year’s American Literature Association Conference. The 29th annual conference was held May 24-27 in San Francisco, CA.
They have been analyzing residues from smoking pipes excavated from archaeological sites in Mississippi, Arkansas, Georgia, and Alabama for year, and they now have published a paper describing their discovery.