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Alise Fortune, Alexis Munsey, Olivia Tamburlini, Rivers Lenholt, Coco Marshall, and Alec Kriegbaum.

Bright Lights

Rollins’ 2024 valedictorians share how the College connected them to their purpose, what they’ll miss most, and what’s next in their meaningful lives and productive careers.

Stone and Nelson Present Case Study at Management Conference

Anne Stone and Melissa Nelson, co-directors of the Social Impact Hub, recently presented research on supporting student development at the European Academy of Management (EURAM).

Stone Appointed to Ashoka U Network Advisory Committee

Professor of Communication Anne M. Stone was one of just eight faculty members from colleges around the world chosen for the committee.

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.”

Rollins Announces Minor in Leadership at Hamilton Holt School

Anchored in Rollins’ liberal arts ethos, the new leadership minor is designed to help students actively understand and address ever-evolving, multidimensional issues across disciplines and organizations.

From top left: Wyatt Deihl ’21, Giovanni Figueiredo ’21, Raul Tavarez Ramirez ’21, Molly von Eschenbach ’21, and Madison Spence ’21.

Off and Running

One year after crossing the commencement stage at Rollins, these five Class of 2021 graduates are already establishing themselves as up-and-coming leaders in their respective fields.

Service Steward

Andrea Massey-Farrell ’98 understands that giving back is what moves communities forward.

Painter Publishes Study Fact-Checking “The Big Lie”

Communication professor David Painter looks at whether exposure to fact-checking has the power to sway those who believe false information about current events.

The Making of an Advocate

Elizabeth Smith ’22 ’24MPH came to Rollins wanting to embrace a new beginning. That all changed when the world was thrown into chaos. Now, she’s emerged from the pandemic as a fierce advocate for disability rights.

Jaheim Morris ’24

My Rollins Life: The Freedom to Explore

By the time Jaheim Morris ’24 graduates from Rollins, he will have engaged with nearly every corner of campus on his pathway to purpose.

Andrea Massey-Farrell ’98, Akmal Ali ’03, Margaret Linnane ’76 ’96MBA, and Ryo Hasegawa ’19.

Rollins Names 2022 Alumni Award Winners

Meet the recipients of the 2022 Fred Rogers Global Citizenship Award, Distinguished Alumni Award, Recent Alumni Achievement Award, and Alumni Service Award.

Painter Co-Authors Study on Presidential Debate Rhetoric

The study used tonal analysis software to determine how debate styles have changed over the years.