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College News

A Q&A with Rollins’ Title IX Coordinator

As Rollins' new Title IX coordinator, Diane Willingham is working to improve protection against sexual misconduct and discrimination on campus.

Academics & Research

Making Nonprofits More Transparent

Staff member helps regulate charities.


The Good Steward

After 14 years as business dean, Acting President Craig McAllaster is preparing Rollins for its next leader.

Academics & Research

Class App

For one class, developing apps is about more than learning how to code.


An Act of Genius

A new scholarship honors the memory of Rod MacArthur ’43, creator of the famous MacArthur Genius Grant.


Chance Encounter Helps Fulfill Dream

Leeann Noel ’15, the first Goings Scholar, now mentors those who follow.

Featured Events

July 10, 2.12 p.m.

Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning Information Session

Bush Auditorium

The Rollins Center for Lifelong Learning will hold an information session about fall classes. The event will be held from 6:30-8:30 p.m. on Aug. 14 at the Bush Auditorium. RSVP to jnorburn@rollins.edu by Aug.8.

July 22, 10.43 a.m.

Fractured Narratives: A Strategy to Engage

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

What: An exhibit that encourages criticial engagement of its viewers

When: Sept. 17-Jan. 4, 2015

Cost: Free

Website: CFAM

July 22, 11 a.m.

Conversations: Selections from the Permanent Collection

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

What: An exhibition that aims to inspire dialogues about works of art created during disparate time periods and among various cultures, brought together under four broad thematic categories:  Religion Redefined, Gesture and Pose, A Sense of Place, and History and Myth.

When: Ongoing

Cost: Free

Website: CFAM

July 22, 11.03 a.m.

Kara Walker

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

What: This exhibition presents Kara Walker's print portfolio, Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War (Annotated), which includes 15 large-scale prints created in 2005.

When: Jan. 17-March 29, 2015

Cost: Free

Website: CFAM

July 22, 11.12 a.m.

Tobi Kahn

Cornell Fine Arts Museum

What: While the artist's early works drew on the tradition of American Romantic landscape painting, his more recent pieces reflect his fascination with contemporary science, inspired by the micro-images of cell formations and satellite photography.  His presentation will draw inspiration from Jewish tradition.

When: Jan. 17-May 10, 2015

Website: CFAM