Two Rhodes Mock Trial teams have secured bids to compete in the opening round of the National Championship Tournament.
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Dr. Michael Long, a Rhodes alumnus and neuroscientist at New York University, for years has been studying how songbirds learn their vocalizations.
To control the rapidly spreading Zika virus, the government of El Salvador recently asked its citizens to avoid getting pregnant from now until 2018, according to Prof. Jennifer Dabbs Sciubba.
Katie Hatstat (chemistry and neuroscience) and Mallory Morris (neuroscience) soon will have their research completed at Rhodes published in the peer-reviewed journal Computational and Theoretical Chemistry.
Dr. Brad Priester, a 1986 Rhodes alumnus and retinal surgeon in Jackson, Tenn., sees first-hand the effects conditions such as diabetes and obesity have on the eye.
Caroline Clark ’15 and Catherine Miller ’16 (l-r) soon will be traveling to San Francisco as finalists for the Luce Scholars Program, a nationally competitive fellowship program.
Dr. Tait Keller of Rhodes’ Department of History has published a new book titled Apostles of the Alps. On Jan. 25 on campus, Keller will present a lecture related to his book.
David McCarthy will discuss his recently-released book, American Artists Against War, 1935—2010 (University of California Press) on the Rhodes campus Jan. 28 and at the New York Public Library Feb. 10.
The Mertie W. Buckman International Internship Program was initiated by a generous gift from the Buckman family to provide outstanding international studies majors at Rhodes opportunities to work outside the United States during the summer months.
Rhodes Professor Michael Nelson has published articles about Frank Sinatra before, but in an recent article published on the Claremont Review of Books website, he writes about 100 years of the singer.