Rhodes College’s Postgraduate Scholarship Committee is endorsing three juniors to compete for the prestigious Truman Scholarship for 2018. They are Spencer Beckman, Dylan Craddock, and Anne Healy.
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The overall list includes public, private, and liberal arts colleges and is based on academic quality as well as cost and financial-aid measures.
Editors and reporters across the USA Today Network-Tennessee, which includes The Commercial Appeal, selected 18 people to watch in 2018.
The competitive program accepts applications only through participating universities and offers one-year fellowships to uniquely qualified graduating seniors. Finalists will receive notifications in March 2018.
She specializes in medieval Spanish literature and culture, with an emphasis on its relationship to other European literatures.
At Rhodes, she teaches a variety of courses that focus on urban and community sociology, culture and inequality, social problems and research methods.
They are sophomore educational studies majors Kynnedy Tuggle and Cinthya Bolanos. The event is Jan. 6 at the Halloran Centre.
Rhodes seniors Jennifer Bitterly, Daniela Garcia, and Kathleen “Tate” Mulligan are competing for the one-year $30,000 grant.
The globally conscious business major founded a UN campus chapter at Rhodes to host service projects and forums and lend visibility to the UN’s goals.