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.
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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.
Prof. Tim Huebner will discuss his new book, Liberty and Union: The Civil War Era and American Constitutionalism, at the Southern Festival of Books in Nashville.
Dr. Pamela Church, chair of Rhodes’ Department of Business, was appointed to the State Board of Accountancy. The term runs through June 30, 2019.
History alumnus Joe Thompson '08 is out in Hollywood and will make his national TV debut Oct. 27 on NBC sitcom “Superstore.”
Rhodes junior Joey Bartholomew was in Philadelphia working for the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC), participating in the political process first-hand.
Over the course of the summer, Claire Norton ’17 was selected to work as a paid intern with the Women in Archeology Program at the Center for American Archeology (CAA) in Kampsville, IL.
At the 2016 American Political Science Association’s annual meeting, Rhodes political science alums Michael Lamb, Elizabeth Markovits, and Carrie Archie Russell were honored for their work in undergraduate teaching.
A group of Bonner Scholars spent their Labor Day weekend helping with flood relief efforts in southern Louisiana.