Through the partnership, Rhodes students are guaranteed interviews at UTHSC’s College of Medicine if they meet specific benchmarks and apply to the college through the American Medical College Application Service.
Dr. Shatavia Wynn, assistant professor of religious and Africana studies at Rhodes, has been selected for the 2024 Hybrid Teaching and Learning Workshop for Early Career Religion Faculty Teaching Undergraduates. Participants join a collaborative learning cohort for seven online sessions and an in-person, five-day, summer session at Wabash Center in Crawfordsville, IN.
Rhodes College celebrated its 175th anniversary last year, and now it is marking another exciting milestone in the life of the college with the establishment of the Spence Wilson Center for Interdisciplinary Humanities. The center bears the name of respected Memphis businessman and philanthropist Spence Wilson, who has been a long-time supporter of Rhodes.