Rhodes College

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Rhodes College is a private liberal arts college in Memphis, Tennessee.wikipedia
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James H. Daughdrill Jr.

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Under the leadership of Dr. James Daughdrill (president from 1973 to 1999) and Dr. William E. Troutt (president from 1999 to 2017), the college's physical expansion continued, and Rhodes now offers more than 50 majors, interdisciplinary majors, minors, and academic programs.
James Harold "Diamond Jim" Daughdrill Jr. (April 25, 1934 – May 3, 2014) was the 18th president of Rhodes College.

Austin Peay State University

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However, President Diehl's most significant change to the college came in 1925, when he orchestrated the movement of Rhodes' campus from Clarksville to its present location in Memphis, Tennessee (the Clarksville campus now forms part of the grounds of Austin Peay State University).
In 1925 Southwestern moved from Clarksville to Memphis, Tennessee, and is known today as Rhodes College.

William E. Troutt

William Troutt
Under the leadership of Dr. James Daughdrill (president from 1973 to 1999) and Dr. William E. Troutt (president from 1999 to 2017), the college's physical expansion continued, and Rhodes now offers more than 50 majors, interdisciplinary majors, minors, and academic programs.
William Earl "Bill" Troutt (born June 13, 1949) served as the 19th president of Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee from 1999 to 2017.

Marjorie Hass

In July 2017, Dr. Marjorie Hass began her tenure as the 20th president of Rhodes College and is the college's first female president.
Dr. Marjorie Hass is the 20th president of Rhodes College in Memphis, TN.

Watson Foundation

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Rhodes has produced seven Rhodes Scholars, is named perennially as a "Top Producing Institution" for Fulbright Scholars, and boasts numerous Truman Scholars, Goldwater Scholars, Henry Luce Scholars, National Science Foundation Graduate Fellows, and recipients of the Thomas J. Watson Fellowship.

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Historically affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (USA), it is a member of the Associated Colleges of the South and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Midtown, Memphis, Tennessee

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Rhodes enrolls approximately 2,000 students, and its Collegiate Gothic campus sits on a 123-acre wooded site in Memphis' historic midtown neighborhood.
Midtown also plays host to multiple universities and colleges, including Memphis College of Art, Rhodes College, and Christian Brothers University.

Making the Grade (1984 film)

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The campus was used as the setting of the 1984 movie Making the Grade.
It was filmed at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.

Michael Nelson (political scientist)

Michael Nelson
He is a Fulmer Professor of Political Science at Rhodes College and a Senior Fellow at the University of Virginia’s Miller Center.

Charles Klauder

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The original buildings, including Southwestern Hall (1925), Kennedy Hall (1925), and Robb and White dormitories (1925), were designed by Henry Hibbs in consultation with Charles Klauder, the architect of many buildings at Princeton University.
Klauder's commissions include extensive work on the University of Pittsburgh, University of Pennsylvania, Penn State University, Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, the University of Colorado Boulder, and Cornell University.

Mark Behr

He was professor of English Literature and Creative Writing at Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee.

Abu Ammaar Yasir Qadhi

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He also taught in the Religious Studies department at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.

Edmund Orgill Trophy

The exchange of the Edmund Orgill Trophy was added to the series in 1954, and the prize takes the form of a large silver bowl that is engraved with the result of each year's game.
The Edmund Orgill Trophy is awarded to the winner of the annual football game between Rhodes College and Sewanee: The University of the South.

Sigma Alpha Epsilon

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Soon after, 16-year-old Harry Bunting entered Southwestern Presbyterian University in Clarksville, Tennessee, now known as Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee.

William Alexander Forbes

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Forbes studied natural sciences at St John's College, Cambridge and later taught at Rhodes College (then known as Stewart College).

Lee Giles

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His graduate degrees are from the University of Michigan and the University of Arizona and his undergraduate degrees are from Rhodes College and the University of Tennessee.

Horace B. Davis

Before returning to receive his Ph.D. Davis taught at Southwestern College in Memphis, Tennessee from 1929-1930 and then wrote for the labor news agency Federated Press before returning to school.

Henry C. Hibbs

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The original buildings, including Southwestern Hall (1925), Kennedy Hall (1925), and Robb and White dormitories (1925), were designed by Henry Hibbs in consultation with Charles Klauder, the architect of many buildings at Princeton University.
Meanwhile, he designed the campus of Southwestern University (now known as Rhodes College) in Memphis, Tennessee, the University of Tulsa Library in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina.

Robert Penn Warren

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That same year he began his teaching career at Southwestern College (now Rhodes College) in Memphis, Tennessee.

Southern Athletic Association

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The Lynx compete in NCAA Division III in the Southern Athletic Association.

Carol Strickland

Strickland graduated from Rhodes College in Memphis (Tennessee) in 1968.

Memphis, Tennessee

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However, President Diehl's most significant change to the college came in 1925, when he orchestrated the movement of Rhodes' campus from Clarksville to its present location in Memphis, Tennessee (the Clarksville campus now forms part of the grounds of Austin Peay State University). Rhodes enrolls approximately 2,000 students, and its Collegiate Gothic campus sits on a 123-acre wooded site in Memphis' historic midtown neighborhood. Rhodes College is a private liberal arts college in Memphis, Tennessee.
An art professor from Rhodes College holds small openings on the first floor of his home for local students and professional artists.

Mock trial

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Rhodes College provides an undergraduate mock trial program that has won four national championships and participated in ten national final rounds.
The 2010 Championship was hosted by Rhodes College at courthouses in downtown Memphis, Tennessee, while the 2012 Championship was held in Minneapolis.

Susan Bies

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Before joining First Tennessee, Bies was associate professor of economics, Rhodes College, Memphis, Tennessee (1977–79); assistant professor of economics, Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan (1972–77); and chief regional and banking structure economist at the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis (1970–72).

David Alexander (college president)

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He was raised in Princeton, Kentucky and graduated from Southwestern at Memphis College, now known as Rhodes College, graduating Phi Beta Kappa and with honors in Greek language, and then attended Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.