Not everyone thinks about having his or her name listed among parasitic worms, but Dr. Michael Collins, associate professor of biology, now has bragging rights.
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Dr. Tait Keller, associate professor of history at Rhodes, has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to continue research on the wide-spread and long-lasting environmental effects caused by World War I.
In a process unique to art majors and minors, Senior Seminar students recently had the first of two formal, and very public, critiques of their work at the Evergreen Art Studios.
Dr. Rylan Testa of the Department of Psychology has co-published “Suicidal Ideation in Transgender People: Gender Minority Stress and Interpersonal Theory Factors” in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology.
Dr. Nikos Zahariadis of the Department of International Studies, has edited Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting.
Dr. Mona Kreitner of the Rhodes Department of Music recently was honored with the Madge Clark Service Award presented by Hope House, a non-profit which assists children and adults impacted by HIV and AIDS.
Since 1983, November has been designated National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month.
To a person who is color blind (or color vision deficient), orange carrots may look brown or colored pills and medicines may be indistinguishable.
Students at Rhodes College know how integral ancient Greek and Roman culture is to the Western world—just ask anyone who has taken a Search course.
“Remember Fort Pillow,” a documentary film produced in collaboration with Rhodes students, is an official selection of the Indie Memphis Film Festival 2016.