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    • Psychology Interest

      Student Interest in Psychology Rises in Popularity at Flagler

      Jul 12
      The psychology major at Flagler has become one of the College's largest programs as the field continues to grow in popularity with students. Part of that rise, according to Assistant Professor of Psychology Tracy Litzinger is how the field continues to expand beyond traditional psychology.
    • A Flagler College Professor teaching in the classroom

      Flagler College Education Program Ranks First in the State

      Jul 12
      Flagler College’s preparation of the next generation of teachers has been recognized as a top-tier education program in Florida.
    • Flagler College student, Spencer Hooker, sitting on a wall near Ponce Hall

      Spencer Hooker: Driven to Make a Difference

      Oct 1
      Ask Spencer Hooker to name everything he's worked on in his short time at Flagler College, and he has to take a long pause to really think about it.
    • Combined photo, from left to right, Sandi Gehring, Lisa Fiala, and Dr. Adebukola Adeyemi

      FlagSHIP Engaging Across Differences

      Oct 1
      It stands for Flagler Sophomore High Impact Practice, an academic initiative for second-year students that is aimed at improving the student learning experience. But at its core, it's about something even more powerful: preparing students for a diverse world, and even making a difference within it.
    • Barbara Blonder, Flagler College Associate Professor of Natural Sciences, stands on a beach with two Flagler students

      All-Female Team of Researchers Observe How Our Natural World is Adapting

      Oct 1
      Flagler College Associate Professor of Natural Sciences Barbara Blonder's research with two Flagler students on changes in coastal Gopher Tortoise burrow characteristics was recently published in the journal ScienceDirect.
    • Artist rendition of the Interfaith Center

      Interfaith Center to Celebrate Religious Diversity, Spiritual Development

      Oct 1
      In 1964, when the doors of historically white churches in St. Augustine remained closed to African Americans, the entry to 132 Oviedo Street — then the Church of Christ - ushered in a new era of worship. For the first time in the city's history, white and Black congregants prayed together, beneath the same roof, shoulder to shoulder.
    • A group of students wearing masks gather supplies in the parking lot during Move-in Day.

      Campus copes with COVID

      Mar 15
      Flagler College bustled with masks, Zoom classes, sanitization stations and a host of coronavirus mitigation efforts as the campus coped with the COVID-19 pandemic this past fall. But while different than any other semester in Flagler’s history, students, faculty and staff still pulled together to balance health and safety with the kind of education and personal experience the College is known for.
    • Edwidge Bryant holding a copy of the Haitian textbook

      Bonjou, Learning!

      Mar 15
      Professor Edwidge Bryant aims to reform bilingual education in Haiti.
    • New Science Advisory Board

      Mar 15
      As Flagler College continues to expand its science programs, a new Science Advisory Board has been launched that brings together representatives from Northrop Grumman, NASA, the North Florida Land Trust, the St. Johns River Water Management District, as well as a host of other tech companies, environmental consultants and others in the industry.
    • Dr. Alan Woolfolk dressed in his academic regalia stands at a podium addressing a crowd.

      Woolfolk Bids Farewell to Flagler

      Mar 15
      Long-serving Academic Affairs Dean Alan Woolfolk retires from the College.
    • A line of Flagler College - Tallahassee graduates stand and smile together on graduation day.

      Flagler College - Tallahassee celebrates 20 years of success

      Mar 15
      Twenty years ago, Flagler College established the Tallahassee campus with a motto: “Quality Education at an Affordable Price.” Two decades later, the College is still committed to those principles.
    • Key Retirements in 2019-2020

      Mar 15
      The COVID-19-shortened 2019-2020 academic year saw the retirement of several key and long-serving Flagler Family members who had a combined 195 years of service amongst them: