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    • Airea Johnson holds a torch over her head in one hand and a laptop in the other.

      Torchlight stories: Flagler student, alums and staff work to help first-generation college students

      May 12
      When Airea Johnson struts across the stage in black cap and gown draped with crimson hood in May 2021, she will be the first person in her family to receive a bachelor’s degree. She is, in fact, the first person in her family to attend college.
    • Flagler student Jessica Rowan won a Pultizer grant to study the plight of those with diabetes in Costa Rica.

      Flagler Student Investigates Diabetes Plight in Costa Rica with Pulitzer Grant

      Jul 9
      Jessica Rowan was able to act as the voice for many children and young adults in Costa Rica – one of whom is named Daniela, 26, who has had diabetes since she was 2.
    • Flagler student Carie Levy in Germany for Study Abroad program

      Flagler student reflects on study abroad in Germany

      Jul 9
      Study abroad is synonymous for heightening students’ cultural awareness, but for Religion and Philosophy major Carie Levy, a foreign exchange program to Würzburg, Germany, proved to be so much more.
    • Flagler students in Germany for study abroad program

      Building bridges to Germany

      Jul 9
      Dr. Tim Johnson, Craig and Audrey Thorn Distinguished Professor of Religion at Flagler, said the idea stemmed from his Fulbright Scholarship years ago in Dresden, Germany, when he began making connections with German scholars.
    • First graduates from Flagler College's Dead Ed Master's program in 2017

      First master's students receive diplomas

      Jul 9
      Three students walking across the Flagler College fall graduation ceremony had slightly different regalia than everyone else representing a major milestone: they were the first students to graduate from the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Master’s Program.
    • A picture of Professor Lori Lee teaching a student.

      Digging up stories of slavery at a plantation in Virginia

      Oct 18
      Flagler student Kiara Montes spent her summer unearthing the story of an enslaved cook at historic 19th-century home Sandusky Plantation in Lynchburg, Va., as part of an archaeological project she worked on with Assistant Professor Dr. Lori Lee. 
    • Environmental archaeologist Lee Newsom

      Illuminating the past

      Oct 18
      Renowned environmental archaeologist Dr. Lee Newsom is unlocking the secrets of Florida’s past alongside Flagler College students. The professor and MacArthur Fellow joined the college last year. She recently sat down with Flagler Magazine to discuss her lifelong devotion to her field, the significance of archaeological work and the impetus behind her decision to move south from Pennsylvania, where she was a professor of Anthropology at Penn State University.