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  1. Crossroads Fellows Work With Local Youth to Tell the Story of Their Communities

    This summer, Rhodes is partnering with the Center for Transforming Communities to work with local youth to preserve the history and tell the story of their communities. In the Highland/Mitchell Heights community,  Crossroads Fellows  Caroline Hibbert ’14, ...

    morjc-17 - 06/30/2017

  2. Rhodes Alumnus and Painter Carroll Cloar ’34 Honored with Centennial Exhibition at Brooks Museum

    This year marks the 100th birth year of acclaimed surrealist and realist painter Carroll Cloar (1913-1993) who graduated with a B.A. degree from Rhodes in 1934. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art, located near campus, is currently presenting “The Crossroads of ...

    morjc-17 - 05/23/2017

  3. Rhodes Fellows Document Stories of Elvis’ Rise to Fame Told By Former Neighbors

    Although Elvis Presley is no longer living, stories of his days in one Memphis neighborhood are being preserved thanks to the efforts of Rhodes students.  Recently, Rhodes’ Mike Curb Institute for Music and Crossroads to Freedom reunited some of Elvis’ fo ...

    morjc-17 - 06/02/2015

  4. Hughes Discusses Race and Country Music

    Dr. Charles Hughes, Mellon Postdoctoral Fellow in the Memphis Center, has discussed recent controversies surrounding the relationship between race and country music. Earlier this month, he participated in a roundtable on African Americans and country musi ...

    morjc-17 - 09/14/2015

  5. Acetaminophen Study by Rhodes Group Published in Computational and Theoretical Chemistry

    Katherine DiGiovanni ’12 recently had a manuscript based on her undergraduate research accepted for publication in peer-reviewed journal  Computational and Theoretical Chemistry. A biology major and psychology minor, DiGiovanni worked in the lab of Mauric ...

    morjc-17 - 06/02/2015

  6. Prof. Jonathan Fitz Gerald Awarded National Science Foundation Grant for Genetics Research

    Dr. Jonathan Fitz Gerald, assistant professor of biology at Rhodes, has been awarded a $400,000 three-year National Science Foundation (NSF) grant (effective June 15, 2013) for his research using the flowering plant  Arabidopsis thaliana  as a model to un ...

    morjc-17 - 06/29/2017

  7. Samantha Smith ′14 Gets Internship at the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington, D.C.

    Rhodes English major Samantha Smith ’14 is spending the summer as an intern with the education division of the  Folger Shakespeare Library  in Washington, D.C. In just her first week, Smith attended auditions for teaching artists; participated in the “Sha ...

    morjc-17 - 06/01/2017

  8. Honors Thesis and Writing Curriculum by Regan Humphrey ’12 Accepted for Publication

    developed will be published in the  Tennessee Reading Teacher. At Rhodes, Humphrey received the Department ...

    morjc-17 - 09/14/2015

  9. Prof. Andrew Michta Becomes Senior Fellow at Center for European Policy Analysis

    Dr. Andrew Michta, M. W. Buckman Distinguished Professor of International Studies at Rhodes, has joined the  Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA)  in Washington, D.C., as a Senior Fellow. CEPA is a non-profit, non-partisan public policy research ins ...

    morjc-17 - 06/01/2015

  10. Math Alumni Publish Papers With Professor Seaton in Peer-Reviewed Journals

    Rhodes 2012 math alumni—Ryan Carroll and John Wells—have had papers written with Rhodes Professor Christopher Seaton accepted in peer-reviewed mathematics journals. Their work was supported by Rhodes fellowships. Carroll and Wells’ respective papers, one ...

    morjc-17 - 06/22/2017

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