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head and shoulder image of a college student Rebeca Roldan ’19 and Other Rhodes College Researchers Publish New Research on Antibacterial Agents

Chemistry alumna Rebeca Roldan ’19 is first author on an article based on her undergraduate research published in Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry Letters. “I am so honored to have been a part of getting this paper published, and I am especially proud of Dr. Larryn Peterson and the excellent science that is coming out of her lab,” says Roldan. “The experiences I gained and the mentorship I received in that lab, the chemistry department, and Rhodes as a whole gave me the confidence I needed as a young chemist, preparing me well for graduate school and beyond.”

splice image of two professors, one sitting and the other standing Drs. McKinney and Hughes Contribute to New Book on Teaching the Civil Rights Movement

Dr. Charles McKinney and Dr. Charles Hughes of Rhodes College are contributors to Understanding and Teaching the Civil Rights Movement published by University of Wisconsin Press. Chapters provide strategies for teaching famous and forgotten civil rights people and places.

professor and student with globe Rhodes to Offer New Course Dedicated to the Science of Climate Change

Warming oceans. Wildfires. Shifting weather patterns. This semester, Rhodes College is offering a new course dedicated to one of the most challenging global issues—climate change. The liberal arts environment of Rhodes is uniquely suited for important conversations about this subject, since it cuts across many disciplines. The spring 2020 course is a collaboration between Dr. David Rupke and Dr. Sarah Boyle.

a young man seated at a table, holding a newspaper as a young woman looks on Jacob Fontaine Applies Lessons Learned in London to Aid Memphians Experiencing Homelessness

While spending the summer at the London School of Economics, Jacob Fontaine '21 connected with The Big Issue, London's street newspaper. Now, as editor in chief of The Bridge, he's working to incorporate the lessons learned there to make Rhodes' street paper more meaningful to Memphians.

head and shoulder images of two college students Seniors Phyu Khine and Sara Taylor Nominated for James C. Gaither Junior Fellowships

Both Rhodes students are majoring in international studies. James C. Gaither Junior Fellows work in Washington, DC, as research assistants to the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s senior scholars on projects including foreign policy and diplomacy, technology and international affairs, and geoeconomics and strategy.

student in a science lab Scott Wicker ’22 and Prof. Will Eckenhoff Conduct Innovative Research on Alternative Fuel

Rhodes sophomore Scott Wicker and chemistry professor Dr. William Eckenhoff have been investigating artificial photosynthesis in the production of hydrogen gas, which is a promising alternative fuel that could one day replace gasoline as a transportation fuel.
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