This week, four members of the Rhodes community are attending the very first USPATH (United States Professional Association for Transgender Health) conference.
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National and global news about Rhodes students and alumns.
Dr. William E. “Bill” Troutt, president of Rhodes College, is the recipient of the 31st Annual Henry Paley Memorial Award.
The Rhodes College chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has been recognized by the National Office of SPS as a recipient of the Future Faces of Physics Award.
Dr. Sarah Boyle is part of a team of 31 primatologists who have been analyzing the conservation status of 504 primate species from around the world.
Dr. Michael LaRosa has published a new textbook titled The Third Century with historian Mark Gilderhus and Rhodes alumnus David LaFevor.
Dr. Charles McKinney, the Neville Frierson Bryan Chair of Africana Studies and associate professor of history, appeared on a CNN news segment January 17.
The Audubon Sessions makes its television debut in 2017 on public, educational, and government (PEG) cable access stations in cities throughout the country.
Physics major Matthew Huber was awarded the highly competitive Optical Society of America Best Poster Award for his presentation at the recent Quadrennial Physics Congress held in San Francisco, CA.
Seven students have been selected the 2017 recipients of international internship scholarships awarded by Rhodes’ Department of Economics and the Department of Business.
In 1994, the Mertie W. Buckman International Internship Program was initiated to provide outstanding international studies majors at Rhodes opportunities to work outside the US during the summer months. Rhodes is proud to announce the 2017 Mertie Buckman Interns, who are all juniors this year