The Rhodes College chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has been recognized by the National Office of SPS as a recipient of the Future Faces of Physics Award.
Physics major Matthew Huber was awarded the highly competitive Optical Society of America Best Poster Award for his presentation at the recent Quadrennial Physics Congress held in San Francisco, CA.
The Rhodes Engineering Club is excited to announce it will participate in the Student Design Build Fly Competition, sponsored by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Spring 2017.
Chemistry research students and physics research students presented their research at the Arkansas INBRE Research Conference in Fayetteville, AR, Oct. 21-22.
Now you can know the exact measurements of the weather using Rhodes’ personal weather station, perched atop Rhodes Tower.
Each month, the Department of Physics hosts an observation night atop Rhodes Tower, allowing guests to observe the night sky with the department’s 8-inch and 20-inch telescopes.
Rhodes College’s Society of Physics Students (SPS) put smiles on the faces of students at Shelby Oaks Elementary Jan. 26 with science demonstrations.
Prof. David Rupke talks with Rhodes magazine editor Lynn Conlee about Rhodes' new star-gazing capabilities atop a renovated Rhodes Tower. Listen in on our Take Note podcast.
For the Introductory Physics for the Life Sciences course for non-majors, lectures and labs are designed specifically to fit the interests of students taking the class for pre-med requirements.