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Throughout the World
National and global news about Rhodes students and alumns.
Two Rhodes students—Rachel Rotter ’18 and Bryan Martin ’17—have been selected for competitive internship programs at the Metropolitan Museum of Art (The Met) in New York City.
Meaghan Waff, a Rhodes senior pursuing an international studies and Spanish major, has been selected to receive a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Rhodes junior Emma Selner was one of 60 students nationwide who presented her research to members of Congress at the 2017 Posters on the Hill hosted by the the Council on Undergraduate Research.
Michael McCanless, an urban studies major from Calhoun, GA, has been selected to receive a Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant for the 2017-2018 academic year.
The 2016-17 mock trial season ended with Rhodes competing in the National Championship Tournament in Los Angeles and finishing in the national Top Ten, based on a three-year span.
Miriam Clinton was awarded a fellowship from the Harvard University Center for Hellenic Studies for her project “The Minoan Modeling Project: 3D Modeling for a New Generation of Archaeological Publication.”
When chemistry major Kayla Wilson finished her core undergraduate requirements within three years at Rhodes, she decided to pursue a new adventure--sailing across the high seas of the Atlantic Ocean.
Poet Patricia Spears Jones, a 1973 Rhodes alumna, is the 2017 recipient of the Jackson Poetry Prize presented by Poets & Writers, a New York-based service organization for creative writers.
Ask Jenny Loome ’18 why she came to Rhodes College, and she’ll tell you one of the big reasons is the St. Jude Summer Plus Fellowship.