Their research took top honors in the chemistry and physics categories.
College Raptor, an online resource that helps prospective college students explore college options, recently ranked Rhodes No. 10 among schools across the country as a “Hidden Gem for Women in STEM.”
The award, totaling $294,000 with Dr. Keri Colabroy of Muhlenberg College, supports collaborative research of an unstudied family of enzymes related to biofuel production.
Caroline Magee, Emily Harrison, Rebecca Evans, Madison Perchik, and Samantha Jelinek were the only American undergraduates at the conference attended by scientists from all over the world.
The dedication ceremony included a reveal of the renovated Briggs Hall—now home for computer science studies and a virtual reality lab—and the Bill and Carole Troutt Quadrangle.
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.
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.
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.
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