Rhodes College follows the scholar-mentor model of liberal arts education, in which undergraduates work closely on research or creative projects with their professors. Ryan Hunt ’17, Hope Elliott ’18, and Natalie Prodanovich ’18, students of Dr.
In the Classroom
Active listening is not a skill that is easily acquired, but when combined with compassion it makes all the difference for those facing recovery from surgery or a long-term illness.
Like a beautiful blend of colors, Dr. Shira Malkin has fused elements of scholarly research with something intensely personal—her father’s artwork.
Rhodes alumni Jennifer Rote ’15 (chemistry), Sarah Malkowski’14 (chemistry), Gabrielle Bailey ’15 (chemistry) and Noah Brown ’14 (biochemistry and molecular biology), and current student Sky Cochrane ’18 (chemistry) recently had their work publish
A classroom discussion led by Dr. Charles McKinney, the Neville Frierson Bryan Chair of Africana Studies at Rhodes and associate professor of history, will air on C-SPAN3 this Saturday, Feb. 4, at 8 p.m. and midnight (EST).
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.
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.