The Historic St. Augustine Research Institute announced that Alexander Tasi, left, an undergraduate at the University of Florida, has been awarded the William L. Proctor Award.
June 20, 2013
The Historic St. Augustine Research Institute announced that Alexander Tasi, an undergraduate at the University of Florida, has been awarded the William L. Proctor Award for outstanding research and writing at the undergraduate and graduate level on the history, archeology and historic architecture of St. Augustine. The award is in the amount of $1,000.
William L. Proctor, Ph.D. is the chancellor of Flagler College. For thirty years he served as president of the College and has also served as a member of the state of Florida State Board of Education and a member of the Florida House of Representatives. He is currently the President of the St. Augustine Foundation, Inc., the funding agency for the Institute.
HSARI is a collaborative project of Flagler College and the University of Florida. Its purpose is to encourage, coordinate and disseminate active academic research related to the history, archaeology and historical architecture of St. Augustine, Florida, and to apply this research in support of historic preservation in the city.