Ryan turned a scripwriting project into a second round entry at the Austin Film Festival.
When Luke Zerra graduated from Flagler College, he was faced with a tough choice. Three different graduate schools were in pursuit, each offering full tuition and teaching assistantships.
For communication major Lindsey Sperber, this summer was spent bumping into syndicated talk radio hosts like Diane Rehm and Kojo Nnamdi while interning at one of the country’s top NPR radio stations.
Sophomore Mary-Jo Lendering is a long way from home, but as a freshman she got involved and found a second home in Flagler.
Communication professor Tracey Eaton continues a successful career of investigative journalism and reporting.
James Hastings takes his research beyond the classroom and into conference rooms throughout the country.
As an artist, Brittany Bertazon recognizes the importance of growth, change, and diversity. That's why she joined Flagler's uniquely diverse art department.
Carl Williams is one of Flagler’s most distinguished and hardworking professors in the education department.
Philosophy major Ashley Ryan: Distinguished student and published scholar.
“I just fell in love with ENACTUS. I fell in love with the idea of going out and making a difference through entrepreneurial action and helping kids and helping adults reach their potential, making a difference"
Associate Professor of Math and Technology Carrie Grant’s focus is on what she calls discovery-based learning, and more and more it is thanks to the use of technology in the classroom.
When Ashley Mederos, ’99, went to work for Firehouse Subs at their Jacksonville headquarters back in 2006, she had no idea she was planting the Flagler flag in the sandwich company.
For Dr. Emily Splane, one meal’s leftovers were added proof that portion sizes are out of control and Americans are eating too much.
English professor James Wilson adds “The Encyclopedia of Epic Films” to his list of publications.
Laura Henning reflects on her time at Flagler and offers advice to incoming freshmen.
Meet Kelsey Coon, one of two senior recipients selected each year by the Art and Design faculty to receive The William R. Kenan Jr. Endowed Scholarship in Honor of Mary Lily Flagler Wiley.
Social sciences professor Art Vanden Houten has been serving Flagler College since 1997 and is known campus-wide as one of Flagler’s most thoughtful and inspiring professors.
Elizabeth Doolittle speaks about her involvement and success in the English department.
Professor Terri Seron steps up as chair of new Department of Natural Sciences.
Associate Professor of Law and History Tracy Upchurch is one of Flagler’s most active professors, on and off campus.
Growing up in Jacksonville, Fla., Kiara Sanchez was always attracted to the small town of St. Augustine and its art scene.
Michelle Holland, Director of Residence Life
“I think a willingness to learn is a quality that’s necessary…just being able to not only work with material but take the material home, be able to discuss it, be able to try to understand it, and debate with other people as to what it is.”
Patrick Moser is an award winning video artist and painter who exhibits his work regionally, nationally and internationally.
Donn Garby discusses his experiences at the Florida Political Science Association's Annual Conference and Flagler's impact on his first year experience.
Alison Palmer didn’t just travel to Bermuda; she learned how to evaluate coral reefs and conduct research on oceanic ecosystems.
Cassandra Dotson talks about Flagler as a small college with big opportunities.
Tara Stevenson, Director of Career Services
Natalie Stephenson, Graphic Design Instructor
Johan Schwartz, ‘93, has built a business around his passion for racing, and now even has a world record to go with it.
Theatre arts major Mary Hickox earns a national scholarship for her hard work and dedication to theatre.
Professor Wayne Riggs steps up as the new chair of the humanities department.
Steve Voguit, who teaches history and geography at Flagler College, wants to be the type of professor he wanted his own children to have.
Julie Dickover, Director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum
Courtney Hoston talks about her impressions of Flagler as a transfer student.
“The people here at Flagler shape your experiences. It’s a small school but it’s very diverse, and as an international student, like me, seeing other international students and sharing experiences with them really solidifies my place here."
This Psychology major is enjoying her first study abroad experience in Galway, Ireland so much, she's asked to stay longer. " .. As much as I do miss Flagler, I am so involved here and feel that I still have so much to see and learn."
With a father in the military, Grant Terry, ‘14, grew up with a passion for aviation. Now Terry has turned that love into a career with one of the top defense contractors in the world.
Livingston stepped down from his position as chair to pour his energy into a new Flagler program: a minor called Honorable Entrepreneurship.
As a fine art major at Flagler, Kathryn D’Elia was known for creating works that pushed boundaries and explored unusual thinking.
Professor Calvin Hunter teaches power and poise inside and outside of the classroom.
Brad Akins, a junior at Flagler College, is exploring new territory with his Independent Study Abroad program in Panama for the Tropical Island Biodiversity Study. Share in his journey with this blog.
Ryan Dettra, ‘00, has spent the past three and a half years transforming a historic building in St. Augustine into the area’s hottest new attraction, The St. Augustine Distillery.
Alumni Zach McKenna, ’97, and wife Gracie, ‘98, are using their business skills every day to educate people on the importance of the area’s marine estuaries.
For most people, achieving their dream job with an NFL team seems nearly impossible. For three Flagler College seniors, they taste it nearly every Sunday.
Kyle Jennette, ‘11, was a research scholar at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, working with an experienced clinical neuropsychologist, when the patient came in through the ER.
It wasn’t even a college when Phyllis Gibbs first applied to teach at Flagler — only a shuttered historic hotel where plans were being hatched for a women’s college.
An awesome—and awestruck—professor.
When Josep Ponset Trenchs moved back to his hometown of Barcelona, Catalonia, after graduating from Flagler College in 2006, he traded in the sand of St. Augustine beaches for that of a soccer pitch.