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STEM Hub in Bush Science Center

Full STEM Ahead

The Bush Science Center’s new STEM Hub fosters opportunities for learning, connection, and equity.

Chemistry students work with a professor in a lab.

Rollins Receives Scientific Equipment Grant

The Sherman Fairchild Foundation has awarded Rollins a grant that will enhance learning in the sciences and make biology and chemistry majors even more competitive for careers in STEM.

Kasandra Riley and Brandon McNichol ’19 work together in a chemistry lab.

Rollins Receives Inclusive Excellence in STEM Grant

The six-year grant will support the College in its efforts to foster inclusivity and belonging for those who have been historically underrepresented in the sciences.

collage of students working in various communities

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.”

Chemistry Ellane Park and Julian Grundler ’18 performing research in a chemistry lab.

The Chemistry of Connection

For Ellane Park, building relationships with her students is the foundation of a successful science education.

Tiara Ashurst ’23

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.

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Leadership Lessons (L)earned

These Rollins College grads credit thriving careers in medicine, law, and business to lessons learned in service of others.

Rollins Faculty Receive Inclusivity in STEM Learning Grant

The grant will go toward funding a variety of interdisciplinary programs focused on better serving marginalized students who wish to pursue STEM degrees, both at Rollins and beyond.

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.

Julian Grundler works in a lab.

The Sure-Handed Scientist

Julian Grundler 18’s success on the field and in the lab led to one of the nation’s top postgraduate scholarships for student-athletes and a PhD program at one of the country’s most prestigious universities.

A group of students walking by a chicken coop on a gravel road in Dominican Republic.

Water Works

Science and service converge in a Rollins field study that has helped bring clean water to the Dominican Republic for more than two decades.

Students prepare gelatin during a chemistry experiment.

Cool Class: The Science of Sustenance

Edible experiments are making students rethink their relationship with food.