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|03/18/2014 - Award-winning poet Stephen Kampa to offer reading at Flagler College
Stephen Kampa, a Florida Book Award gold medalist, will mark the release of his book “Bachelor Pad” with a reading and celebration at Flagler College on April 2 at 7 p.m.
|03/17/2014 - Maury to give artist talk in Flagler Solarium
University of Wisconsin-Stout professor Kate Maury will give an artist talk in the Flagler College Solarium on March 27.
|03/17/2014 - Flagler to offer mindfulness training to students
Flagler College is offering a training program this semester to help students learn mindfulness techniques that will help them reduce stress, improve concentration, and enhance emotional well-being.
|03/14/2014 - Author and former New York Times reporter to speak at Forum series
Hedrick Smith didn’t start out writing a book about the theft of the American Dream but soon after looking into the topic, the Pulitzer Prize-winning former New York Times reporter knew something wasn’t right.
|03/14/2014 - Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Pitts to speak as part of Ideas and Images series
Twice a week, millions of newspaper readers around the country seek out the voice of Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Leonard Pitts, Jr. On March 25, they can find him at Flagler College.
|03/13/2014 - International conference kicks off with keynote address by Andean archaeologist
Flagler’s “Franciscan Florida in pan-Borderlands Perspective: Adaptation, Negotiation and Resistance” international conference kicked off this morning with a keynote address by Constanza Ceruti of the Campus de Castañares Salta in Argentina.
|03/12/2014 - Gibbs honored with Outstanding Women in the Arts award
The Saint Johns Cultural Council has announced that Flagler College Associate Professor Phyllis Gibbs has been selected to receive the Dr. Gail Pflaster ROWITA Award for her achievements and contributions to the arts in St. Johns County.
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