MTV's Dave Lingwood and Duncan Penn ask Rollins College students what's on their bucket lists.
Students, faculty, and staff submitted their best international photos for Rollins College’s contest in honor of International Education Week (November 17–21), a world-wide celebration to encourage participation in global learning. If this selection from the 74 submissions is any indication, the votes from the Rollins community must be neck and neck. Five winners will be revealed at this week’s opening reception at the Bush Science Center on Monday, November 17 at 4:30 p.m.
Sapphire, Natasha Trethewey, Katie Farris, Malena Morling, and Amy Bloom will be on campus for the literary festival’s 75th season.
On October 22, Rollins College became the 11th member of the International Partnership of Business Schools (IPBS).
Rollins receives the 2014 Older Adult Model Program Award from the Association for Continuing Higher Education.
Marshall will serve as a voice for the business faculty on academic matters and will oversee re-accreditation for the Crummer Graduate School of Business.
Anne Stone and Bruce Stephenson take top honors from a group that promotes civic engagement in learning and research.
Members of the College’s Democracy Project learn about the origins and benefits of the new commuter train.
Laila Carroll Bowden ’90 developed a healthy alternative to America’s No. 1 condiment, now available at Whole Foods and touted by celebrity chef Jaime Oliver.