Org, orgs, orgs: The Benefits of Getting Involved in Student Life at Rollins

By: Melissa Holmes - Global Health My idea of graduate school, before actually being in graduate school, was that all it would be is classes, internships, projects and papers, and a culminating (daunting) thesis. Being at Rollins for the last year and a half has shown me that graduate school, Rollins, in particular, is so …

Treat Yo’self: The importance of self-care while applying to grad school

By: Michelle Fletcher - Global Health I’m sure at some point we’ve all experienced graduate school application stress. It’s that angst or trigger we feel when someone asks us, “How are your applications coming along?” or “How’d the GRE go?” Over time we may find ourselves falling deeper into the rabbit hole and we get …

Grad School and Beyond! The RSPH Office of Career Development

by: Joya Faruque - Behavioral Sciences and Health Education Hi! I’m Joya, and I’m a 2nd-year BSHE student here at Rollins.  Thinking back to when I was navigating the graduate school decision making process, Iremember being stressed and overwhelmed.  I was sure graduate school would prepare me with the knowledge needed for a career in …