|09/27/2013 - Sociology students tour Sheriff’s Office helicopter
It’s not every day your class gets to check out a working police helicopter but for the students of Associate Professor Tina Jaeckle’s Police in Society class, today wasn’t like other days.
|09/26/2013 - Alumni hold reception in U.S. Capitol
The Flagler College Alumni Association and the Chesapeake Regional Alumni Chapter held a reception at the U.S. Capitol in Washington D.C. with College President William T. Abare, Jr.
|09/26/2013 - Environmental Science students present research from trip to Bahamas
Students who took part in a Study Abroad trip to Bahamas as part of Flagler College’s Environmental Science program presented their research today at a special event.
|09/26/2013 - Flagler campus celebrates Founders Day
Flagler College students, faculty and staff celebrated the 45th anniversary of the College with a Founders Day celebration on the West Lawn.
|09/26/2013 - Flagler Enactus travels to World Cup
Flagler College’s National Champion Enactus team is traveling to Cancun, Mexico, to compete against 36 teams from around the world in the Enactus World Cup.
|09/23/2013 - Flagler student works with homeless to produce newspaper
When Alexa Epitropoulos was accepted into the South Florida Society of Professional Journalists' "Will Write for Food" program, the Flagler College student learned much more than just how to put a newspaper together.
|09/23/2013 - Poet Millar visits as part of Writers-in-Residence program
“We live so much of our lives without telling anyone,” writes Joseph Millar in his poem “Telephone Repairman.” But on Thursday, October 3 at 7 p.m., Millar will visit Flagler College to tell at least parts of his life.
|09/23/2013 - Humanities professor publishes paper in top philosophy journal
Dr. Douglas Keaton, assistant professor of philosophy at Flagler College, was recently published in the newest issue of the journal, Philosophical Studies, for his paper, “Exclusion, Still not Tracted.”
|09/20/2013 - Cobb speaks on race in the American South as part of Ideas and Images series
University of Georgia Professor Dr. James Cobb will speak at Flagler College about racial identity in the American South as part of the College’s “Ideas and Images” program on Oct. 3.
|09/20/2013 - Patella, handwritten Bible visit Flagler College as part of Usdin lecture series
Fr. Michael Patella, professor of New Testament at Saint John’s School of Theology will speak at Flagler College on Oct. 10 as part of the Cecile & Gene Usdin Judeo-Christian Lecture Series.
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