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October 28, 2022

Mathews Publishes Book on Fraternities and Sororities

The book explores the complicated world of Greek life through English professor Jana Mathews’ own experience as a faculty advisor for a sorority.

Jay Yellen, Carol Frost, and Joan Davison

July 12, 2022

Lasting Legacies

A trio of retiring professors in political science, mathematics, and English have provided a combined 73 years of service to Rollins.

Ingrid Ryan ’24

July 11, 2022

Ryan ’24 Earns Leadership Alliance Award

Ingrid Ryan ’24 has been selected for a prestigious program through the Leadership Alliance, which has paired her with a political science internship at Columbia University.

From left: Virginia Breen and her daughter Elizabeth Bonker ’22

May 05, 2022

Raising Her Voice

Elizabeth Bonker ’22 long struggled to communicate with a world that didn’t always understand or accept her. Now, armed with her Rollins education, she’s starting a nonprofit to bring communication assistance to those affected by non-speaking autism.

March 24, 2022

Arnett ’12 Named Lambda Literary Awards Finalist

Hamilton Holt School graduate Kristen Arnett ’12 is one of just five finalists at the Lambda Literary Awards in the category of lesbian fiction.

February 28, 2022

Rollins Named Top Producer of Fulbright Students for 10th Time

Rollins’ focus on global citizenship, study abroad, and responsible leadership has once again earned the College a spot in the top producers of Fulbright Students.

August 04, 2021

Rollins Faculty and Alumni Contribute to The Wilder Heart of Florida

Rollins faculty and alumni contribute work to The Wilder Heart of Florida: More Writers Inspired by Florida Nature.

June 30, 2021

A Light in the Dark

As the president and CEO of Lighthouse Central Florida and Lighthouse Works, Kyle Johnson ’07 says he’s found his place in the world.

Rollins students looking over the mountaintop at the horizon in Moab, Utah.

May 05, 2021

4 Rollins Students Named Fulbright Scholars

Four Rollins graduates have earned 2021-22 Fulbright Scholarships, including three teaching assignments and an award to pursue graduate studies at the University of Glasgow.

Seven Rollins graduates describe how they made strategic professional pivots during the Covid-19 pandemic.

January 13, 2021

Pivotal Moves

When the world stopped in response to the COVID pandemic, these seven Rollins alumni did just the opposite. They didn’t just save their businesses—they made them better.

Chemistry major Alyssa Malto and professor Laurel Habgood work together on chemistry research focused on silver properties.

October 22, 2020

Together in Discovery

This past summer, Rollins’ Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship Program produced some of its most powerful partnerships to date, showcasing the innovative ways our students and faculty are tackling real-world, relevant issues.

August 10, 2020

Online Teaching Still Requires Personal Touch

In an article for the Orlando Sentinel, English professor Matthew Forsythe discusses how personal relationships are more important than ever amid challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.