November 22, 2022

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.

Shan-Estelle Brown speaks with a student during a class session.

September 01, 2022

Magnifying the Moment

Whether it’s in the classroom or the community, anthropology professor Shan-Estelle Brown is committed to finding real solutions for issues of health inequality.

an outdoor classroom at Rollins College

November 04, 2021

5 Reasons Rollins Ranks in the Top 5 for Commitment to Undergraduate Teaching

U.S. News & World Report has recognized the College among the top 5 in the South for its exceptional commitment to teaching undergraduate students. Explore five of our favorite reasons Rollins rises to the top.

September 16, 2021

Guiding Greatness

At Rollins, our professors are equal parts knowledgeable and fascinating, providing
personalized attention to students in and outside the classroom while becoming mentors, research partners, and lifelong guides.

Physics professor and student exploring the universal via digital projection.

September 14, 2020

Rollins Ranked No. 1 for Undergraduate Teaching

U.S. News & World Report has recognized Rollins for its exceptional commitment to teaching undergraduate students.

July 03, 2019

Return Engagement

The Rollins way of doing things set these seven alumni professors up for postgraduate success—and pulled them back to teach.

Dr Fuse and a student recreate a scene from Back to the Future.

May 23, 2018

The Fantastic Dr. Fuse

Rollins physics professor Chris Fuse parlayed his love of the fantastical into a career in science and now uses that passion to inspire his students.

Rollins professor Dan Chong leads a discussion with students in the Orlando Hall outdoor classroom.

October 24, 2017

Change Agent

Rollins political science and international relations professor Dan Chong is dedicated to helping his students see the world differently.

February 05, 2015

Fifty Shades of Masochism

Why are we obsessed with witnessing acts of self-destruction? A course on masochism explores this question—and why doing so may be a good thing.

Students of Rollins College's Child Development Center play make believe and show off their best meltdown poses.

November 18, 2014

How to Stop a Tantrum

What do you do when your toddler breaks down? Set limits, prevent a meltdown, and don’t forget the Law of the Soggy Potato Chip.