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|09/15/2011 - Flagler Forum speaker to address Washington's 'Colossal Mess'
The Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy continues with a presentation on Oct. 6 from former Scripps Howard News Service editor and writer Dan K. Thomasson.
|09/15/2011 - Professor Earns Certified Public Relations Counselor designation
Flagler College Assistant Professor of Communication Rosemary Tutt, APR, has earned her credential of Certified Public Relations Counselor (CPRC).
|09/12/2011 - Memoirist and Fiction Writer Peter Trachtenberg to Speak at Flagler College Writers in Residence program
Nationally-renowned writer Peter Trachtenberg will visit Flagler College on Oct. 3 as the first event of the college's 2011-2012 Writers in Residence Program. Trachtenberg will give a public reading in the Gamache-Koger Room at 6 p.m.
|09/08/2011 - Flagler College History Honor Society to Hold Talk About Sept. 11
The Phil Alpha Theta History Honor Society at Flagler College will host a faculty forum on the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on Monday, Sept. 12, at 7 p.m. in the Flagler Room.
|08/31/2011 - Flagler College wins two Florida Public Relations Association Golden Image Awards
Flagler College's Public Relations Student Society of America chapter and Flagler College Magazine both recently won in the Florida Public Relations Association Golden Image Awards.
|08/31/2011 - Usdin Lecture Series to examine complexities between Catholics and Jews in Hitler’s Germany
On Sept. 26, Flagler College’s 2011-2012 Cecile & Gene Usdin Judeo-Christian Lecture Series will feature Father Kevin P. Spicer, C.S.C., who will speak on “Entreaty and Supplication: Catholic Clergy and Jews in Hitler’s Germany.”
|08/29/2011 - Florida Gov. Rick Scott visits Flagler for talk to Chamber of Commerce
Florida Gov. Rick Scott spoke at Flagler College’s Markland House on Aug. 28 for a roundtable luncheon with St. Johns County business leaders about stimulating growth in the state and creating jobs.
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