|08/02/2012 - Sgromolo receives NCAA award
Former Flagler College first baseman John Sgromolo was selected as the Division II male winner of the NCAA Sportsmanship Award.
|07/31/2012 - Abare elected as head of ICUF Council of Presidents
Flagler College president William T. Abare, Jr., Ed.D., has been elected as the chairman of the Council of Presidents of the Independent Colleges and Universities of Florida.
|07/09/2012 - Stevenson aims to help students in the job market
Finding a job in a stifled economy can be a difficult task, especially for students about to graduate college. Flagler College’s new Director of Career Services, Tara Stevenson, is trying to make the process a little less daunting.
|06/28/2012 - Art professor selected for summer fellowship
Flagler College art professor Don Martin has been chosen for a 2012 summer residency fellowship at the Hambidge Center for the Creative Arts in Rabun Gap, Ga.
|06/28/2012 - Flagler student wins Italian design contest
A design by Flagler College student Victoria Hardina was recently selected as the logo for the Italy Writes program.
|06/13/2012 - St. Johns residents can soon tour Flagler for free
Beginning July 1, 2012, Legacy Tours of Flagler College will free tours of the college to all St. Johns County Residents with valid ID to help celebrate the upcoming 125th anniversary of the Hotel Ponce de Leon.
|06/07/2012 - Bush, Armold and Sgromolo taken in MLB draft
Flagler College’s Garrett Bush, Jonathan Armold, and John Sgromolo were each selected in the 2012 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft on Wednesday. Flagler has never had more than two players selected in one draft in the history of the program.
|06/05/2012 - An update from abroad: Flagler College in Britain and Ireland
As part of Flagler College’s Study Abroad program, Dr. Michael Butler and Dr. Wayne Riggs are currently leading 35 students on a two-week experience through Britain and Ireland.
|05/30/2012 - An update from abroad: Flagler College in Costa Rica
This summer, the Flagler College Latin American Studies department offered a faculty-led trip to Costa Rica for students looking for a deeper immersion experience in their major.
|05/25/2012 - Students In Free Enterprise finishes second at national competition
The Flagler College Students In Free Enterprise team (SIFE) advanced to the final four and finished second at the 2012 SIFE USA National Exposition on May 24, in Kansas City, Mo.
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