Dr. Elizabeth Pettinaroli has been named to the jury who will select this year’s winner of The Miguel de Cervantes Prize.
Mark Sellers spent the summer researching different methods of teaching science through his internship with the Society of Physics Students (SPS) in Washington, D.C.
Shelby Hardaway ’14 prepares to become an agent of change in the community, using the leadership skills and passion for social justice she gained while at Rhodes.
Each Saturday from 11 a.m. to noon in the Barret Library on campus, Rhodes students are hosting La Hora de Cuentos (Story Time).
Betsy Swann ’14 establishes a successful TISL team at Rhodes and finds her calling through study abroad and service in the community.
Rachael Ward ’14 discovers a career path that allows her to combine her interest in mathematics with her passion for public health.
Attorney and Rhodes alumna Shayla Purifoy ’03 continues to be involved in the Rhodes community beyond graduation and is a mentor to psychology major Micah Leonard ’15.