The Rollins College speaker series opens in September with Maggie Doyne, CNN’s 2015 Hero of the Year, and closes in April with M. Sanjayan, CEO and senior scientist of Conservation International.
Passionate, confident, and creative Rollins music students take to the studio on their own, creating a poignant music video that both celebrates the past and looks toward the future.
The job landscape in the year 2030 is a complete mystery. And that begs the question: How do you prepare students for careers that don’t even exist yet?
Nearly half of Winter Park Magazine’s 2018 list of the city’s most influential people have a connection to the College.
Alumnus Troy Thomason takes the helm as chief information officer after 15 years of serving Rollins in multiple information-technology roles.
A 22-year veteran of Rollins College, Matt Hawks has been promoted to the role of associate vice president of human resources and risk management.
Lyndsey Lang ’14 could never have predicted where her first job would take her. Good thing she was prepared for anything.
Gisela Carbonell joins Rollins as the new curator of Cornell Fine Arts Museum.
Brittany Edwards ’17, Destiny Reyes ’17, and Meghan Wallace ’17 have been awarded 2018-19 Fulbright Scholarships.