Abbey Judd ’15 learns about community and dives into the Memphis music and arts scene through her urban studies major.
Emily Clark, Chigozie Emelue, Leah Ford, Abbey Judd, Caroline Ponseti, and Taylor Sieben are elected to the Hall of Fame by their peers.
Dy’nelle Todman ‘15 incorporated her passion for helping children through community action into both her academic studies and her extracurricular activities.
The Rhodes College Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa (Gamma of Tennessee) is pleased to announce that the following students from the Class of 2015 have been invited to join the Society as Members-in-Course:
Alex Galloway ’15 integrates his interest in health with a passion for social justice and community engagement
Dr. Kendra G. Hotz, assistant professor of religious studies at Rhodes, has published "'Big Momma Had Sugar, Imma Have It Too’ -Medical Fatalism and the Language of Faith Among African American Women in Memphis” in the Journal of Religious Health, Volume 53, No. 5.