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.
In the Classroom
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.
Dr. Noelle Chaddock has joined the Rhodes College staff as associate dean of academic affairs for diversity and inclusivity, which is a new position at the college.
Rhodes students enrolled in Prof.
Dr. Scott Newstok and Dr.
Hometown: Jackson, Mississippi
Major: Russian Studies
Minor: Political Science
Since 1996, the Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium (URCAS) has been showcasing students’ work to the campus.
On a study abroad trip to Spain, Sarah Baumann ’16 found her passion. During her free time, she would sit and draw the sights around her.
A movement bringing art and literature together in revolutionary new ways to promote civic agency and engagement with the humanities has made its way to Rhodes and Memphis by way of Dr.