This past summer, senior Sam Hilley worked as an intern for the Solar Foundation in Washington, D.C., a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to increasing solar energy use throughout the U.S.
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National and global news about Rhodes students and alumns.
Dr. Charles Hughes recently appeared on The Road to Now podcast to discuss his research on the history of music in the studio towns of Memphis, Nashville, and Muscle Shoals.
Rhodes alumnus Andrew Roskos-Ewoldsen has published his international studies senior seminar paper written at Rhodes in the Seoul National University Journal of International Affairs.
Chemistry alumnus Winn Decker ’15 recently introduced Vice President Joe Biden to a group of members of the It’s On Us campaign.
Rhodes alumna Roberta Moore has published a revised version of her environmental science senior seminar paper in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Pollution.
Prof. David McCarthy of the Department of Art will discuss “Is Art Our Last Safe Space?” as part of a panel at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, CA on Oct. 27.
Prof. Charles McKinney of the Rhodes Department of History is guest speaker for the Oct. 14 forum on “Protest, Politics, and Perception” presented by Ohio University’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Prof. Michael Nelson attended the second presidential debate and wrote about it for the Cook Political Report, one of the most respected political newsletters in the country.
Rhodes staff member Angela Fletcher recently was interviewed about her bloodhound, Maddy, and their search and rescue work.
Professors Charles McKinney and Robert Saxe will present their research at the Association for the Study of African American Life and History (ASALH ) Conference in Richmond, VA, Oct. 5-9.