By Stephen Deusner ’96
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.
Rhodes Tower joins the rest of the Frazier Jelke Science Center as the core of a planned renovation project that will usher in a new era of scientific endeavors.