Dr. Marjorie Hass was formally installed as the 20th president of Rhodes College on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018.
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Dr. Marjorie Hass will be formally installed as the 20th president of Rhodes College on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. The Rhodes community, invited guests, and the media are welcome to attend inauguration weekend.
The overall list includes public, private, and liberal arts colleges and is based on academic quality as well as cost and financial-aid measures.
The globally conscious business major founded a UN campus chapter at Rhodes to host service projects and forums and lend visibility to the UN’s goals.
D.J. Coker '19 has been named to the 2017 AFCA Division III Coaches' All-America second team by the American Football Coaches Association.
“I am very pleased the ratings agencies recognized the financial strength of Rhodes,” says President Marjorie Hass. “We will continue to build on that foundation of strength as we plan for the future.”
This summer, art fellows Jane Eskildsen ’19 and Reagan Alley ’18, with visual resources curator Rosie Meindl, began the work of bringing the Jessie L. Clough Art Memorial for Teaching at Rhodes into the digital age.
Austin Barringer ’19,
Thomas Mitchell and Raven Burks were recognized Oct. 28 at the college’s homecoming football game.