|03/02/2012 - Flagler College named top accounting program by Accounting Careers for Dummies.com
Flagler College's business administration department has been named one of the top business accounting programs in Florida by AccountingCareersforDummies.com.
|03/02/2012 - Flagler presents forum favorite Jim Toedtman
On Tuesday, Mar. 27, the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy welcomes the return of Jim Toedtman, editor of AARP Bulletin.
|03/01/2012 - Flagler to commemorate Hotel Ponce de Leon through memories
In 1888, Henry Flagler built the Hotel Ponce de Leon and as the 125th anniversary of the grand hotel approaches, Flagler College, the landmark's resident since 1968, is hoping to preserve the memories of the former Hotel Ponce de Leon.
|03/01/2012 - Flagler professors attend Medieval and Renaissance Studies conference
Flagler College professors Douglas and Catherine McFarland recently presented papers at the Arizona State University Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies.
|03/01/2012 - Flagler senior wins journalism scholarship
Flagler College senior Amber James was recently awarded a $2,000 Florida Capitol Press Corps Barbara L. Frye Scholarship, an honor based on merit and dedication to a journalism career.
|02/28/2012 - Flagler welcomes novelist Cassandra King
On Tuesday, March 20, Flagler College will host novelist Cassandra King for a reading and discussion of her work.
|02/28/2012 - WWII and The Great Depression to be focus of Flagler Community Lecture
On Tuesday, March 13 at 10 a.m., the Flagler College Community Lecture Series will offer a presentation by Dr. Roger Bradley, Assistant Professor of Economics, entitled "Did World War II End the Great Depression?"
|02/21/2012 - Flagler College hosts seventh annual Communication Week
Flagler College is proud to host Communication Week March 5-9, and welcome Chris Gordon, a legal analyst and reporter for NBC4 news in Washington, D.C.
|02/16/2012 - Psychology professor Udell studies connection between dogs and human behavior
While the family dog may not be able to read your mind, research by assistant professor of psychology Monique Udell seems to prove that man’s best friend might just be able to read your behavior.
|02/16/2012 - Art professor Moser turns Bigfoot into performance art
Art professor Patrick Moser steps into the world of film to create art based on the famous mythical creature.
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