Elizabeth Walker ’15 is on a path to help communities in the United States with poor access to health care.
Sarah Lacy ’98 and Katie Jacobs Stanton ’91 (pictured l-r) have been named among “2014’s 50 Most Incredible Women in STEM” by Forensic Outreach.
Taryn Burgess ’15 has a busy year ahead as president of the Honor Council and as a member of the Memphis Grizzlies Grizz Girls.
Dr. Betsy Williams Sanders, assistant professor of computer science at Rhodes, has won a $551,747 National Science Foundation (NSF) Early Career Development (CAREER) Award.
Rachael Ward ’14 discovers a career path that allows her to combine her interest in mathematics with her passion for public health.