June 09, 2023

Prominent Business Leader will be New Crummer Dean

Dr. Anil Menon, a global business leader, will become the new George D. and Harriet W. Cornell Dean of Global Leadership beginning August 1.

June 05, 2023

Rollins Has Summer Camps for Sports and Music

Rollins College is hosting a number of camps for youth in the local community this summer, including soccer, baseball, basketball, E-sports, and vocal camps.

June 01, 2023

Business Professors Experiment with ChatGPT in Class

Marc Fetscherin, a professor of marketing and Raghabendra KC, an assistant professor of marketing discuss how they introduced ChatGPT in their business classes and what their research revealed.

June 01, 2023

Tars Baseball Advances to Division 2 World Series

For the second straight year the Tars baseball team has advanced to the Division 2 World Series.

June 01, 2023

Mary Choi Robinson is an Outstanding Diversity Champion

Assistant Director of International Programs was honored by the Orlando Business Journal as an Outstanding Diversity Champion for her work in advancing DEI initiatives at Rollins.

May 31, 2023

Consumer Spending for Hurricane Preparations

Mike Gunter, a professor of political science and expert on climate change, discusses consumer spending behaviors in anticipation of the 2023 hurricane season.

May 10, 2023

Rollins Club Connects Students

Students discuss the Reconnect Club and why it is important to limit screen time to improve your mental health.

May 03, 2023

New Facility Planned for Rollins Museum of Art

The City of Winter Park has approved Rollins' plans to build a new museum off campus near the city's central business district. The National Endowment for the Humanities has granted the project $750,000.

May 03, 2023

Rollins Senior Unites Local Farmers with Student Diners

Rollins senior Katherine Hutcheson describes her journey to good health and how she united local farmers with the College's dining services.

May 03, 2023

Political Science Professor Discusses Proposed Immigration Bill

Julia Maskivker, a professor of political science, discusses Florida HB 1617 and how it might impact business in Central Florida.