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2012-2013 Flagler College Highlights

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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.
02/15/2012 - Flagler presents Communication Week 2012
Flagler College will be hosting the seventh annual Communication Week March 5-9.
02/10/2012 - Proctor honored by Florida State University
Flagler College Chancellor and Florida State Representative William L. Proctor was honored recently by Florida State University with two awards.
02/10/2012 - Flagler presents "Kiss Me, Kate"
The Flagler College Department of Theatre Arts announces showtimes for its spring musical, "Kiss Me, Kate," presented by special arrangement with Tams-Witmark.
02/09/2012 - Crisp-Ellert Art Museum to host sculpture exhibit
The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to present an exhibition of sculpture by artists Enzo Torcoletti and Joe Segal.
01/31/2012 - Theatre Arts students nominated for Irene Ryan Award
Four Flagler College Theatre Arts students have been nominated for the Irene Ryan Award, as part of the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
01/27/2012 - Flagler to host Tennessee Williams film series
On February 16, 17 and 18, Flagler College will welcome internationally-acclaimed film scholar R. Barton Palmer for a program titled “Three by Tennessee Williams: Hollywood’s Classic Versions of an American Master.”
01/27/2012 - Flagler professor’s documentary to be shown for Black History Month
Mark Huelsbeck, assistant professor of communication at Flagler College, will screen his new documentary, which revisits the landmark events of the civil rights movement in St. Augustine, at the college on Feb. 9 at 7 p.m. to honor Black History Month.
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