Dr. Mark Muesse, associate professor of religious studies at Rhodes, has published a new book titled Four Wise Men: The Lives and Teachings of Confucius, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad
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Active listening is the goal of the Methodist Hospital Chaplaincy Internship, where Rhodes students learn to listen to and comfort hospitalized patients at Methodist North and Methodist University Hospital.
Like a beautiful blend of colors, Dr. Shira Malkin has fused elements of scholarly research with something intensely personal—her father’s artwork.
Rhodes alumni Jennifer Rote ’15, Sarah Malkowski’14, Gabrielle Bailey ’15 and Noah Brown ’14, and current student Sky Cochrane ’18 recently had their work published in Synthetic Communications.
A classroom discussion led by Dr. Charles McKinney, the Neville Frierson Bryan Chair of Africana Studies at Rhodes and associate professor of history, will air on C-SPAN3 this Saturday.
Not everyone thinks about having his or her name listed among parasitic worms, but Dr. Michael Collins, associate professor of biology, now has bragging rights.
Dr. Tait Keller has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to continue research on the wide-spread and long-lasting environmental effects caused by World War I.
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Dr. Rylan Testa of the Department of Psychology has co-published “Suicidal Ideation in Transgender People: Gender Minority Stress and Interpersonal Theory Factors” in the Journal of Abnormal Psychology.
Dr. Nikos Zahariadis of the Department of International Studies, has edited Handbook of Public Policy Agenda Setting.