Dr. Sarah Boyle, assistant professor of biology and chair of environmental studies and sciences at Rhodes, is part of a team of 31 primatologists who have been analyzing the conservation status of 504 primate species from around the world.
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A new book by Dr. Evelyn M. Perry, associate professor of sociology, is scheduled for publication Feb. 27, 2017 by the University of North Carolina Press. It is titled Live and Let Live.
Dr. Michael LaRosa, associate professor of history, has published a new textbook titled The Third Century (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers) with historian Mark Gilderhus and Rhodes alumnus David LaFevor ’03.
Dr. Charles McKinney, the Neville Frierson Bryan Chair of Africana Studies and associate professor of history, appeared on a CNN news segment Jan. 17 to discuss the dispute between U.S. Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) and President-Elect Donald J. Trump.
(From left: Ashley Dill, Dr. John Bass, Trish Crist, Alexandra Greenway)
Physics major Matthew Huber ’18 was awarded the highly competitive Optical Society of America Best Poster Award for his presentation at the recent Quadrennial Physics Congress held in San Francisco, CA.
front l-r: Lucas Harjo,Salma Benkerroum, Julie Coen
back l-r: Jack Patton, Mac Farley, Jesse Linkhorn, Daniel Venker
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Rhodes trustee and alumnus Cary Fowler ’71 has been in town signing copies of his new book, Seeds on Ice: Svalbard and the Global Seed Vault.
Dr. Angi Bourgeois, head of the Department of Art at Mississippi State University, is among 52 selected as 2016-17 Southeastern Conference Academic (SEC) Leadership Development Program Fellows.