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    Best Undergraduate Teaching (tied)

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Rollins in the News

The Legacy of Fred Rogers '51 Lives on in Rollins' Music Department

Fred Rogers' nephew Dan Crozier, a professor of music at Rollins College, shares thoughts and memories of his uncle and previews the Mister Rogers: The Musician concert.

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Florida's Chaplain Bill Addressed

Kathryn Norsworthy, a professor in the Rollins graduate counseling program, weighs in on a bill that would allow chaplains to serve as school guidance counselors.

Walking Tour Celebrates Mister Rogers

Jo Marie Hebeler, associate director of External Relations, discusses the annual five-stop self-guided Mister Rogers Walking Tour that honors Rollins’ most famous alumnus, Fred Rogers.

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Why Aspire to Liberal Education?

Rollins College provost, Donald Davison, provides commentary on Phi Beta Kappa and the importance of a liberal arts education.

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US News & World Report: 8 Connections to Make on Campus

Rollins associate dean Amy Armenia discusses accessibility services as one of the eight connections to make on campus in this US News and World Report feature.

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Rollins Golf Coach Reflects on 40 Year Career

Rollins College Women's Golf Coach Julie Garner discusses her career and success working with young athletes.

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