Nationally recognized education expert Kevin Kumashiro spoke to a packed room June 20 at Rhodes as part of the inaugural Urban Education Summer Institute. He also worked with urban education fellows and master’s degree candidates.
The English teacher is recipient of the award, hailed by Teacher magazine as the “Oscars of Teaching.”
Rhodes College today announced that Dr. Natalie Person, professor of psychology and chair of educational studies, was presented the 2017 Jameson M. Jones Award for Outstanding Faculty Service.
A partnership between Rhodes College and GRAD Academy Memphis brought local high school students to campus this spring to see what college life is like.
When the Rhodes faculty voted overwhelmingly in April 2015 to approve an educational studies major, at the helm of the college’s charge was Dr. Natalie Person.
This spring semester, with the guidance of Rhodes’ Career Services office, Becky Kempf ’17 served as a development intern with Shelby Farms Park.
Bonner Scholar JaVorah Davis ’16 was looking for a way to use both her Spanish and mathematics majors when the perfect opportunity arrived.
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