Dr. Etty Terem, associate professor of history, was invited by Harvard Divinity School to speak at its conference on scholarship in Muslim Africa. The conference brought together 24 specialists Feb.
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Rhodes senior Nick Parinella says tubing, or “floating the river,” is a popular pastime in his hometown of Austin, TX, but trying to keep up with keys or credit cards when on the water is always a big inconvenience.
Dr. Tom Merrill, professor of music at Xavier University and a 1982 Rhodes alumnus, has been elected to the office of National Treasurer by the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA).
Dr. Timothy Huebner, the Irma O. Sternberg Professor of History at Rhodes, will discuss his book, Liberty and Union: The Civil War Era and American Constitutionalism, at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on Feb.
This week, four members of the Rhodes community are attending the very first USPATH (United States Professional Association for Transgender Health) conference. Dr.
Dr. William E. “Bill” Troutt, president of Rhodes College, is the recipient of the 31st Annual Henry Paley Memorial Award presented during the 2017 Annual Meeting of the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities (NAICU).
The Rhodes College chapter of the Society of Physics Students (SPS) has been recognized by the National Office of SPS as a recipient of the Future Faces of Physics Award.
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.
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.