Rhodes College follows
Rhodes is a Level 4 arboretum, and many Urban Forestry Fellows are researching Overton Park’s old growth forest and planning events to engage the community in environmental stewardship.
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. Tait Keller has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to continue research on the wide-spread and long-lasting environmental effects caused by World War I.
Erica Carcelén, who has a major in biology and environmental science, is one of those students who has greatly benefitted from the Rhodes/Memphis Zoo partnership.
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.
Rhodes alumna Roberta Moore has published a revised version of her environmental science senior seminar paper in the peer-reviewed journal Environmental Pollution.
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.