Rollins College

September 2009

Rollins in the News captures news coverage about Rollins or appearances in the media by faculty, staff or students serving as subject experts on a range of topics. If you’ve appeared in the media, please contact Jennifer Sperber-Sales at so we can be sure to include you in Rollins in the News. When available, links to articles will be provided. Links may expire or require registration. Appearances are listed alphabetically.

Professor of Political Science Rick Foglesong was quoted in:

Professor of Political Science Tom Lairson was quoted in “Rollins professor says we could get attacked again” posted on September 11 on

Executive Director of the Philanthropy Center Margaret Linnane was quoted in “Rollins Philanthropy Center offers nonprofit job postings” posted on September 2 on the Orlando Sentinel blog.

Director of Admissions Mike Lynch was quoted in “Early applications have pros and cons for First Coast students, colleges” in the September 21 issue of The Florida Times-Union.

Dean of the Crummer Graduate School Craig McAllaster was quoted in “Scaling Back” in the September 16 issue of the Career Journal.

Akpedje Messan (Class of 2010) was quoted in “U.N. Adviser Gillian Sorensen urges UCF students to become better citizens of the world” in the September 16 issue of the Orlando Sentinel.

Professor of Anthropology Bob Moore wrote an opinion editorial “Public Option Provides Alternatives” for the September 9 issue of The Lakeland Ledger.

Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joe Siry was mentioned in “Global Peace Film Festival Enzian Theater Trips!” on the Timber Creek High School Service Learning blog on September 25.

Associate Professor of Education Gio Valiante was interviewed in “The List: How to Beat Tiger Woods” in September 4 issue of The Washington Post.

The Crummer Graduate School was mentioned in:

Rollins was mentioned:

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