Rhodes provides endless opportunities for students to contribute, create, and lead. Read about our students' stories below.
For history major Brooks Lamb, an internship with the Overton Park Conservancy was a natural fit.
Clarence Day Scholar Rachel Glazer celebrated her Memphis heritage through her work at Caritas Village.
Internships at ALSAC provide real-world experience and a path forward for Lizzie Choy.
Kelsey Sweeney studies Chinese at Peking University to enrich her studies as an economics and IS bridge major.
Rahul Peravali gained experience with wellness and nutrition education programs as a Church Health intern.
Theatre Memphis and Rhodes Theatre Fellows came together to cultivate the arts in local high schools.
Gabby Gafford helps to preserve the stories of Memphis through the Crossroads to Freedom program.
Roz KennyBirch contributes interdisciplinary work to Rhodes courses through The Mellon Faculty Innovation Fellowship Program.
Rhodes’ partnership with Memphis Zoo provides multiple scientific research opportunities for Erica Carcelén.
Sam Hilley’s interest in energy and environmental policy makes internship with SolSmart a perfect fit.
A passion for languages opens the door to travel, internships, competitions, and study abroad for Henry Schott.
Justin Davis receives prestigious Vanderhaar award for his involvement in peace and justice work in the community.
Adrienne Bober awarded 12-month Cary Fowler ‘71 Environmental Studies Fellowship with the Crop Trust in Bonn, Germany.
Spencer Beckman has become an active and vocal participant in the Rhodes and greater Memphis communities.
Jada Myricks makes her mark as president of the Black Students Association.
Rhodes Student Government president-elect Thomas Mitchell ’18 wins nationally competitive Truman Scholarship.
Preservation project brings together multiple generations of Rhodes alums, including Jay Hedges ’17, activist for fair treatment and compassionate living.
Erica Hadley ’17 talks about her goals for the Social Regulations Council, which upholds the values of the Rhodes Community.