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2011 News Archive 

03/01/2011 - Flagler College presents lecture on Florida's 1861 secession
Flagler College will welcome Woodrow Wilson Scholar Dwight Pitcaithley on Wednesday, March 16, with a talk on "The Secession of Florida in 1861: Reflections After 150 Years."
03/01/2011 - Flagler Hosts Community Lecture on Godless Europe
The Flagler College Community Lecture Series continues on Tuesday, March 15, with a program by Dr. Wayne Riggs, assistant professor in the Liberal Studies Department, on "Godless Europe? An Evaluation of Religion in Europe during the 20th Century."
02/25/2011 - Flagler College appoints two new directors
Flagler College has appointed two new directors, Jay Szczepanski, director of the Learning Resource Center, and Lynn Francisco, director of Disability Services.
02/25/2011 - Flagler College welcomes key developer in digital media to sixth annual Communication Week
Flagler College will host Communication Week from March 7-10.
02/25/2011 - Flagler to Host International Film Scholars
Flagler College will host two international film scholars who will speak on the works of John Frankenheimer and Alfred Hitchcock.
02/18/2011 - Flagler Social Sciences Club hosts talk on Civil Rights Movement
The Flagler College Social Sciences Club will host Dr. Larry Isaac when he presents a lecture from his research, "'Music City' as 'Movement City': The Special Place of Nashville in the Southern Civil Rights Movement."
02/18/2011 - Flagler Students Travel to Ecuador for Sustainability Project
Flagler College students will be taking an alternative break trip to Ecuador from April 24-May 6.
02/18/2011 - Flagler Professor Snags Martial Arts Title
Wanda Hall, an adjunct professor of Tai Chi at Flagler College, recently won the 2010 title of "National Champion in Push Hands" in the International Chinese Martial Arts Tournament.
02/18/2011 - Flagler professor of English published in 'European Romantic Review'
Hadley Mozer, associate professor of English at Flagler College, has been published in the latest edition of "The European Romantic Review."
02/14/2011 - Flagler to host business planning workshop
Flagler College is partnering with SCORE – Counselors to America's Small Business – and the St Johns Chamber of Commerce to host a four-part planning workshop for small businesses.
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