Rollins Magazine Summer 2019

From the importance of the liberal arts in creating tomorrow’s leaders to why seven alumni professors returned to Rollins to teach, explore the Summer 2019 issue of Rollins magazine.

Perennial Progress 

The newly relaunched Endeavor Center is helping Rollins build on its reputation as one of America’s best undergraduate teaching programs.
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Connecting the Dots

Lucas Hernandez ’13 is helping solve his hometown’s toughest challenges by supercharging local know-how with the technological might of one of the world’s largest companies.
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The Liberal Arts of Leadership

Five executives share how a well-rounded education at Rollins prepared them for success, and what they’re looking for in the next generation of graduates.
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At Home in the Wild

Tori Linder ’14 followed her passion for the environment from her home in Florida all the way to Africa—and back again.
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Return Engagement

The Rollins way of doing this set these seven alumni professors up for postgraduate success—and pulled them back to teach.
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Evening the Odds

Adis Vila ’74 has been many things in life—a Cuban immigrant, a star pupil, a presidential staff member—and she’s not done yet.
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Stirring Up Success

How care, community, and career rescued Mamta Accapadi, Rollins vice president for student affairs, from her lowest point—and became the recipe for student success at Rollins.
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What I’ve Learned: Sally Albrecht ’76

The music and theater double major reflects on a prolific career in choral music and her commitment to the next generation of performing artists at Rollins.
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