A team of researchers including Rhodes Professor Sarah Boyle and four Rhodes alumni—Brittany Pope, Maggie Blake, Stephen Leavelle, and Jennifer Marshall—have published an article in PLoS ONE along with several of the zoo’s scientists and elephant keepers.
Alyssa Tews ’16 takes full advantage of the research opportunities afforded through Rhodes′ strong community partnerships.
Shauni Cowan ’16 used the opportunities provided at Rhodes for service and volunteer work to find her passion and a future career.
A program designed to create a better sense of community on campus during the summer is bringing together students doing research in the sciences.
Dr. Lora Hooper, who graduated from Rhodes in 1989 with a bachelor’s degree in biology, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences, one of the highest honors attainable by American scientists.