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Schedule of Events

Details of Inauguration Week events are being confirmed. Please return to this site to see how the schedule develops.

Saturday, February 17

Reach Out, Raise Up Day of Service

The Reach Out Raise Up Day of Service event aims to engage Flagler College students, faculty, staff, and alumni in meaningful service opportunities throughout the St. Augustine community. Alumni interested in participating should contact the Office of Alumni Relations, kcarlyon@flagler.edu.

Investing in the Community – Personal Finance and Business Workshops led by Flagler College Faculty and Alumni

Business Workshop in Gamache-Koger - Student Center

9:00-9:40 a.m.
Selling Ideas, Professor Jorge Herrera

9:45-10:25 a.m.
Starting a Small Business, Professor Paula Holanchock

10:30-11:10 a.m.
Investing Basics, Professor Brett Blazevich

11:15-11:55 a.m.
Setting Strategy to Organizational Values, Professor Thomas (Doc) DeLaughter

Individual income Tax Questions Answered - Student Center First Floor Lobby

9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Individual Income Tax Questions Answered Professor Jeff Knight & Bill Mayer

Entrepreneurship, Wealth, and Tax Roundtable – Student Center

10:30 a.m
Ken Kresge - estate planning
Ben Platt - building wealth through entrepreneurship
Tyler Tebault- Creating Raving Fans
Bill Abare III- top 5 tax minimization strategies for businesses & top 5 for individuals
Charlene Hadjis - Moderator

From Cradle to College – Saving and Paying for College in VA Room – Student Center

9:30 a.m
Sheia Pleasant-Doine
Mitchell Walk

Monday, February 19

Citizenship in a Diverse Democracy

6 p.m. Panel in VA Room

Panelists

  • Lorna Bracewell, ’05
  • Michelle Kundmueller, ’00
  • Luis Gonzalez, Jr., ‘12

Tuesday, February 20

Four Channels: A Collaborative Project Between the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and the GTM Research Reserve

6 p.m. Panel in VA Room

Panelists

Artist Oliva Block

Student panelists

  • Amelia Weber, class of 2021, Art Education major
  • Mason Mushinski, class of 2019, majoring in graphic design with minors in advertising, business administration, and fine art
  • Cate Donohue, class of 2020, Journalism and Media Production major

GTM panelists

  • Michael Shirley, PhD, Director, GTM National Estuarine Research Reserve
  • Nikki Dix, PhD, Research Director, GTM National Estuarine Research Reserve

Wednesday, February 21

Naturalization Ceremony

12 p.m. Check-in for Naturalization Ceremony in Lewis Auditorium

1 p.m. Anticipated start for the Naturalization Ceremony in Lewis Auditorium

Dinner Party

6 p.m. Dinner Party: Hosted by Ceramic Sculpture and International Students (Invite Only)

Christian Ard and Nick Cuffy
Christian Ard, Fine art major (left) and Nick Cuffy (Dominica)
Kimmy Shander and Jessye Muller
Kimmy Schander, Fine art major (left) and Jessye Muller (Netherlands and Saba)

Thursday, February 22

7 p.m. Keynote address in Lewis Auditorium

"Diversity in a Democracy: What Can We Learn from Socrates?”

Dr. Georgia Nugent
Dr. Georgia Nugent

Dr. Georgia Nugent, Senior Fellow at The Council of Independent Colleges (CIC), is president emerita of Kenyon College and former interim president of The College of Wooster. Prior to the presidency of Kenyon, she served as assistant to the president, associate provost, and dean of the Center for Teaching and Learning at Princeton University and as professor of Classics at Princeton and Brown universities. She has also taught on the Classics faculties of Cornell University as well as Swarthmore and Kenyon Colleges. Nugent is currently a member of the governing boards of St. Lawrence University, The University of Richmond, and The American University of Sharjah. She is also the president of The Society for Classical Studies.

Dr. Nugent has been a strong advocate for the continuing importance, power, and vitality of the liberal arts in the 21st century. Her speech will focus on how Socrates, the ancient Greek philosopher, can offer us insight into moving forward in an increasing complex world.

Dr. Nugent’s address will be proceeded by a short video produced by two of Professor Mark Huelsbeck’s classes that focuses on the diversity to be found in the Flagler College community.

Friday, February 23

2 p.m. Kenan Gallery

ART415: Gallery Management curator walk-through and reception

Political posters from the Yanker Poster Collection (Library of Congress)

Saturday, February 24

Inauguration Ceremony

Installation Ceremony. Ticketed event. Seating is limited but the event will be livestreamed. Please return to this website for the viewing link.

10 a.m. Inauguration Ceremony in Lewis Auditorium

11:45 a.m. luncheon reception on West Lawn