Rhodes graduates who apply to medical school are accepted at a much higher rate than the national average.
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National and global news about Rhodes students and alumns.
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Dr. Herbert Hill ’67, who was a chemistry major at Rhodes, has spent more than four decades pioneering ways to detect chemical signatures based on the movement of a substance’s component ions.
Charles Walker graduated from Rhodes in 2014 and is working as a registered nurse at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Shadrack W. Nasong’o, of Rhodes’ Department of International Studies, is editor of the new book Contentious Politics in Africa: Identity, Conflict, and Social Change.
Rhodes alumna Annie Herman, who oversees campus and communities recruitment for the Americas at Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal, has given advice for snagging an internship this summer to Teen Vogue.
In 2006, Wigginton included Ali in his book, The Strange Career of the Black Athlete, which draws on sports to discuss the history of race relations in America.
Kimberly Macharia walked the red carpet of the Cannes Film Festival in France.
With final exams over and spring courses done, 12 Rhodes international studies majors recently took a career immersion trip May 22-29.