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Jacqueline Bengtson ’22

May 04, 2022

Bengtson ’22 Earns Fulbright and Critical Language Scholarships

Jacqueline Bengtson ’22 will pursue passions for cross-cultural exchange, education, and foreign languages in India and Nepal.

November 30, 2021

Brown and Colleagues Awarded National Fellowship to Study HIV Prevention Among Black Women

The award is part of an initiative to address structural racism in community health and generate a critical mass of evidence for change.

November 09, 2021

What it’s Like ... to Uncover Ancient Secrets in Your Own Backyard

Get an inside look at the history of Shell Island through the eyes of anthropology majors Zoe Milburn ’22 and Ellie Minette ’22, who have spent the past three years cataloging thousands of pre-Columbian items as part of an ambitious research project.

Tiara Ashurst ’23

September 28, 2021

Colleagues in Curiosity

Each summer, Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program pairs enterprising students with expert faculty to tackle some of the world’s toughest challenges. Explore a few of this year’s standout projects.

August 02, 2021

Brown Earns 2021 Hugh F. McKean Award

Anthropology professor Shan-Estelle Brown earns the 2021 Hugh F. McKean Award, an annual honor bestowed on a faculty member by the graduating senior class.

June 02, 2021

Newcomb Reviews New Book on the History of Home Economics

Anthropology professor Rachel Newcomb’s latest review for The Washington Post uncovers a surprising story.

October 02, 2020

Gateway to Greatness

Rollins’ esteemed Gateway Fellows funded internship program welcomed its third cohort this past summer, connecting Tars to some of the world’s most coveted opportunities.

April 29, 2020

Topical Teaching

Eight faculty have teamed up to create a course, Understanding COVID-19, in which students are learning in real time about the pandemic across multiple disciplines.

A Pakistani chef shows some of the spices she uses during a cooking demonstration.

February 19, 2019

Cool Class: Food & Immigrant Cultures in Central Florida

This Intersession course taught Rollins students that just like there’s more to a recipe than a list of ingredients, there’s more to a population than statistics.

SJ Renfroe ’18 in the atrium of Bush Science Center.

October 22, 2018

Ethos in Action

SJ Renfroe ’18 came to Rollins having never heard the term “human rights violation.” Now she’s devoting her life’s work to stopping them.


Students sifting through dirt to search for artifacts.

October 09, 2018

Cool Class: Archaeological Field School

In a swampy, secluded section of the Charles H. Bronson State Forest—about 20 miles due east of campus—Rollins students are unearthing an ancient mystery.

May 04, 2018

What It’s Like ... to Present Research at a Professional Conference (without Leaving Campus)

Go behind the scenes of Rollins’ first-ever Latin American Studies Symposium, where college students and faculty from around the country share original research and lively discourse.