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Skylar Knight ’19 places signs encouraging students to vote on Mills Lawn.

November 22, 2022

Rollins Recognized as Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting

The latest distinction from the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge highlights Rollins’ long-standing commitment to increasing student engagement with the democratic process.

Kasandra Riley and Brandon McNichol ’19 work together in a chemistry lab.

December 01, 2022

Rollins Receives Inclusive Excellence in STEM Grant

The six-year grant will support the College in its efforts to foster inclusivity and belonging for those who have been historically underrepresented in the sciences.

From left: Teresa Sturges ’05MBA, Stan Jones ’00MBA, and Alexandra Robertson ’11 ’12MBA.

November 16, 2022

3 Rollins Alumni Recognized as C-Suite Leaders

The Orlando Business Journal names three Tars among the city’s most effective and dedicated leaders.

Bobby Sena, Alexis Matton, Angelina Khourisader, Justin Karlins

November 08, 2022

Tars on the Hill

In anticipation of the recent midterm elections, we caught up with three Tars whose opportunity to intern on Capitol Hill allowed them to make real change in the heart of democracy.

Rollins in the News

Awards & Rankings

October 19, 2022

Conway Dato-on Nominated for U.N. Women USA Award

Business professor Mary Conway Dato-on has earned a nomination for the prestigious U.N. Women Award, which recognizes women who have made outstanding contributions to others in an effort to uplift women around the country and beyond.

People

October 27, 2022

Club Spotlight: Spectrum

With a renewed sense of energy and plans to increase student support systems, Rollins’ student-run LGBTQ+ organization is embracing their place in the community.

Members of Spectrum pose outside in downtown Orlando holding a Rollins College rainbow pride banner.

Highlights

Conway Dato-on Nominated for U.N. Women USA Award

Business professor Mary Conway Dato-on has earned a nomination for the prestigious U.N. Women Award, which recognizes women who have made outstanding contributions to others in an effort to uplift women around the country and beyond.

Zoe Milburn ’22, Ellie Minette ’22, and anthropology professor Zack Gilmore work on cataloguing Native American pottery found on nearby Shell Island, some of which dates back thousands of years.

November 03, 2022

Rollins Honors Native American Heritage Month

This month, Rollins honors Indigenous Americans by offering a host of programming meant to inspire conversation and reflection.

November 02, 2022

Solving the World’s Biggest Problems

For Rollins students, alumni, and faculty, the most pressing issues of our time are not insurmountable. They’re opportunities to bring meaning to the term “global citizenship.”

Chris ”Mad Dog’ Russo ’82

November 01, 2022

What I’ve Learned: Christopher Russo ’82

How the feisty sports personality went from calling Rollins games on WPRK to being inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame.

Students celebrate on Mills Lawn with confetti.

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