Rhodes’ Russian Studies Program is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and this is the 11th consecutive year the program has been awarded a Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant (FLTA).
In the Classroom
Prof. Tim Huebner, who has taught a variety of courses dealing with the history of the U.S.
Dr. Michael Nelson of the Rhodes Department of Political Science has written 42: Inside the Presidency of Bill Clinton. (Miller Center of Public Affairs Books).
Dr. Kathleen Doyle, associate professor of Spanish at Rhodes, fell in love with the Portuguese language while in graduate school, studying under Brazilian teachers.
The Class of 2020 will soon be diving head-first into college life. We asked professors, recent grads, and rising seniors what advice they would give a first-year for navigating those sometimes deep waters. Here’s what they told us:
In June of 2015, the United States and Cuba restored diplomatic relations, which had been severed in 1961. This move toward normalization between the two countries allowed Dr.
Prof. Thomas Bremer teaches courses on American religious history including Religious Diversity in America, American Sacred Space, Religion and Tourism.
Sumner Magruder ’16, a neuroscience/biomathematics/computer science bridge major, received a grant from the Boehringer Ingelheim Fonds (BIF) travel award program to conduct research at the University of Gottingen, Germany.
An essential part of Rhodes’ liberal arts approach to education is the Foundations curriculum, which encourages students to explore subject matter outside of their majors.
Remember Fort Pillow, a documentary film produced and directed by Professor Dee Garceau of the Department of History, along with 14 history students from Rhodes, will be featured at the GI Film Festival (GIFF) in Washington, D.C.