Samhitha Curpad recently won the Best Student paper at the national conference of the Association for Marketing and Health Care Research held in Crested Butte, CO.
Entering his senior year as a business major, Alden Knipe wanted to start impacting the Memphis community beyond the Rhodes campus.
The Taxation and the Working Poor course gives interested students the opportunity to become certified tax preparers and apply their training in the classroom outside of Rhodes in the Memphis community.
A four-member team of Rhodes students participated in the Culverhouse Leadership Diversity Competition.
Thanks to the recent major and minor fair held on campus, Rhodes students don’t have to feel like they are alone when making the decision that will shape the rest of their college careers.
In 2014, Shane Watson was a Crossroads to Freedom video producer/editor and one of the Rhodes College students who traveled to Lake County, TN (74 miles north of Memphis) to interview community members about the various aspects of their lives and the county’s assets.