Around the World

Explore how our students, faculty, staff, and alumni are carrying the Rollins message of diversity and inclusion beyond the boundaries of campus and into the world.

The Perfect Fit

Maggie Delgado ’75 and her family emigrated from Cuba to Miami with “five dollars and a suitcase” in 1960 when she was just 8 years old. The Rollins theatre major went on to win Daytime Emmys and outfit some of America's biggest celebrities.
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Stephanie Murphy Elected to U.S. House

Rollins business professor Stephanie Murphy was recently elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Florida’s House District 7. She is the first Vietnamese-American woman to be elected to congress.
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Rollins Grad Awarded Rangel Fellowship

Nadia Ramirez ’13 is the first Rollins alum to earn a place in the highly competitive Rangel International Affairs Program, which is designed to prepare graduate students for careers in Foreign Service.
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An Advocate for Racial Justice and Economic Equity

From former legal counsel for the NAACP to advocating for protestors after the death of Freddie Gray, Dorcas Gilmore ’00 is impacting the community, justice system, and the classroom.
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A Political Prisoner in Venezuela

A decade ago, Kenther Ramos ’14 was a first-year university student protesting in Venezuela, when he was kidnapped by Hugo Chávez’s regime. Today, he is the first graduate of Rollins’ Hamilton Holt School to win a Fulbright Fellowship.
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