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Departmental News and Events

Rhodes College hosted the annual meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science (TAS) on campus in November, and several Rhodes students received awards for their research. Dr. Gregory Vieira, assistant professor of physics at Rhodes, served as local arrange
Kelsey Steinmetz, a junior with a double major in biochemistry and molecular biology (BMB) and Spanish, recently received the first-place award for her oral presentation at the Arkansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence conference.
Non-biology majors in the BIOL 105: Everyday Evolution: Genes, Diversity, and Society course recently had the chance to participate in hands-on scientific research involving migratory birds after visiting the Arkansas State Bird Observatory.