Fellowships and Experiential Learning Community home page


Experiential learning means that the student takes classroom skills into the community to learn effective leadership through service, internships, research and international travel. Experiential Learning programs include:CODA, Crossroads to Freedom, Hollywood-Springdale Partnership, InMotion Musculoskeletal Research Fellowship, Language & Learning Technologies Lab, Rhodes CARES, Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies, Rhodes Learning Corridor, Rhodes/UT Neuroscience Research Fellowship, Rhodes/UT Neurosurgery Fellowship, St. Jude Summer Plus Program and URCAS

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Collections in this community


Center for Outreach and Development in the Arts (CODA)

CODA (The Center for Outreach in the Development of the Arts) promotes leadership to expand the impact of the arts in the lives of members of the Rhodes community, Memphis, and beyond through innovative thinking.

Crossroads to Freedom

This collection contains images and documents related to the Crossroads to Freedom digital archive.

Hollywood Springdale Partnership

After March 2009, documents are added under Burrow Center for Student Opportunities

Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies

Documents and images relating to the Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies (RIRS).


The Lynne & Henry Turley Memphis Center

The Lynne and Henry Turley Memphis Center at Rhodes College explores the human experience of Memphis and the Mid-South in both past and present.