|05/11/2012 - Flagler names AARP Bulletin editor Jim Toedtman as new Flagler Forum director
Jim Toedtman, editor of AARP's Bulletin, has been named director of the Flagler College Forums on Government and Public Policy lecture series.
|05/09/2012 - Flagler honors four alumni at awards dinner
Flagler College honored four alumni with special awards at the annual Alumni Awards Dinner earlier this month.
|04/30/2012 - Pathway leads to new opportunities at Haven Horse Ranch
Flagler College’s Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) recently partnered with Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation to build a brick pathway to help handicapped riders at the Haven Horse Ranch in St. Augustine, Fl.
|04/30/2012 - Flagler’s Community Lecture Series concludes with examination of war and religion
The Flagler College Community Lecture Series will mark the conclusion of its 2011-2012 academic season on Tuesday, May 8 at 10 a.m. with Dr. James Rowell.
|04/30/2012 - Vanden Houten speaks on genocide
While genocide is often pinned on tyrants, Flagler College Associate Professor of Political Science Arthur Vanden Houten says it is as much a result of those who standby and do nothing while the atrocities are committed.
|04/27/2012 - Flagler invites guests to their ‘Sold Out Show’
For those about to rock, you can salute the genre on screen as Flagler College and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum present “Sold Out Show,” a rock documentary film series screening Thursdays at 8 p.m. beginning May 10.
|04/27/2012 - Flagler welcomes visiting artists Mark and Phillip Estlund
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to present “Born of the Sun,” an exhibition of recent individual works—as well as a newly-produced collaborative piece—from brothers Phillip and Mark Estlund.
|04/26/2012 - Flagler students selected to attend journalism institute
Three Flagler College students will be heading to Washington, D.C. this summer after being accepted into the prestigious Institute on Political Journalism.
|04/25/2012 - Flagler professor speaks at archaeology conference
Flagler College Assistant Professor William Locascio presented a paper on “The Emergence of Social Hierarchies in Pre-Columbian Central America” at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Memphis, Tenn., on April 18-22.
|04/23/2012 - Flagler professor releases deaf education text
Flagler College education professor Carl Williams has released his latest book, 'Starting Points: Preparing Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students for Literacy Success,' through Butte Publications.
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