Rhodes alumnus Dr. Michael Long and his team of researchers have come up with a technique during surgery to protect areas of the brain where speech occurs.
Dr. Michael Long, a Rhodes alumnus and neuroscientist at New York University, for years has been studying how songbirds learn their vocalizations.
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.