Student-Faculty Collaborative Scholarship
September 09, 2022
From field studies to internships to world-class research, Tars share their proudest moments from summer 2022.
September 01, 2022
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.
August 16, 2022
As Rollins celebrated its 137th anniversary, the 2021-22 academic year furthered the College’s ongoing mission to provide students with the skills, knowledge, and hands-on learning opportunities they need to change the world.
May 27, 2022
Francisco Wang Yu ’22 grabbed every opportunity at Rollins to excel—from exploring a cornucopia of subjects to forging relationships that will last a lifetime.
May 18, 2022
After a superstar undergraduate career, Emily Curran ’22 will start her PhD program with an extra boost from one of the nation’s preeminent STEM fellowships.
May 12, 2022
From discovering the origins of centuries-old paint samples to curating exhibitions at the Rollins Museum of Art, the College provided Isaac Gorres ’21 the freedom to combine interests in art and science.
October 26, 2021
By investing in the strength of Rollins’ unique academic model, we continue to embolden our position as one of the country’s best and most innovative liberal arts institutions.
September 28, 2021
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 30, 2021
From transformative internships to industry-leading research, Tars share their top accomplishments from summer 2021.
May 03, 2021
At Rollins, Damian Clarke ’19 forged bonds and developed skills that supported his ambitions both on and off the field.
March 04, 2021
Aditya Mahara ’12’s path through Rollins was defined by both the opportunities he seized and those he created for himself.
January 14, 2021
Gene Albrecht ’69 arrived at Rollins as a teenager with wide eyes and big questions. Now, 50 years later, his $850,000 gift will enable future Tars to dig deep for answers to the little mysteries we see every day.