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    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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. 
    • Retiring Flagler College professors.

      Retiring faculty not planning on slowing down

      Dec 1
      For Flagler College’s three faculty members who retired this spring, it won’t be “mint juleps on the front porch,” as Assistant Professor Don Robbins put it. Rather, the three faculty — with seven decades of service devoted to education between them — will pursue long-delayed passion projects. Assistant Professor Don Robbins
    • A picture of Leslie Robison

      Art to heal and connect

      Dec 1
      Associate Professor of Art Leslie Robison is the catalyst behind the college’s Artists-in-Residence course, where 11 students last spring practiced art as a form of community engagement with St. Augustine’s Council on Aging and St. Francis House, a local homeless shelter.
    • Flagler College Enactus

      Flagler College Enactus team places third at national competition

      Dec 1
      Flagler College’s student Enactus team placed third at the Enactus U.S. National Exposition in May after reaching the Final Four round of judging.                
    • A picture of Michael Maiocco with two kids.

      Stepping up to the plate

      Dec 1
      Ask Flagler pitcher Michael Maiocco the secret to juggling his many interests and passions — whether it’s stepping up to the mound, carrying a 4.0 in his demanding Graphic Design degree, creating art or working as a missionary — and his answer sounds more like a self-help expert than an athlete: it’s all about time management.
    • A picture of Chelsea Reppin making soap.

      Flagler grad makes soap, empowers locals in the Dominican Republic

      Dec 1
      Chelsea Reppin has found her passion in a bar of soap — 1,300 miles south in the Caribbean.
    • Fulbright Scholar Alex Banks

      Recent grad awarded Fulbright scholarship to Malaysia

      Dec 1
      Flagler College spring graduate Alex Banks was recently named Fulbright Scholar by the U.S. government’s prestigious program and will be heading to Malaysia in January to serve as an English instructor in a rural school.
    • A picture of Dr. William T. Abare

      Change Maker

      Dec 1
      After 15 years at the helm, Dr. Abare sets retirement for next year
    • Picture of Christopher Moore

      Connecting with community through art

      Dec 1
      Christopher Moore remembers the day his grandmother forgot him. He was in Brazil, in his new home with his parents, when he made the phone call across two continents to California.
    • Flagler College students helping in the community after Hurricane Matthew.

      Flagler College community offers helping hand to those impacted by Hurricane Matthew

      Dec 1
      Flagler College students — armed with rakes, shovels, water bottles and brooms — embarked on an unexpected mission for their fall semester: helping their St. Augustine neighbors with disaster relief.
    • Princeton Review 2017,

      Flagler ranks second in U.S. News list, featured in Princeton Review

      Dec 1
      Flagler College ranked second in U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 Best Colleges guide for the Best Regional Colleges in the South category, moving up from sixth last year and achieving its highest ranking ever in the publication. High Point University in North Carolina claimed the top spot in the same category. This is the third year Flagler has ranked in the top 10 in the college guide.
    • A picture of Aggie Johnson.

      Johnson recognized for making strides in international education

      Dec 1
      Assistant Professor and Language Lab Coordinator Aggie Johnson was recently awarded the Florida Association of International Educators (FAIE) 2016 “You Made a World of Difference” Award for her outstanding dedication to the international education field.
    • Westly Woodward hugging Ugandan child

      Student helps to bring light through solar power in Uganda

      Dec 1
      In rural communities in Uganda, some children neglect their homework at night — not because of laziness, but because of lack of light.
    • Ponce Hall at Flagler College.

      Flagler College awarded two state grants for historic preservation

      Dec 1
      Flagler College’s historic Dining Hall, Kenan Hall, Molly Wiley Art Building and Anderson Cottage will be receiving much-needed rehabilitation and preservation work over the next two years, thanks to two state of Florida historic preservation grants totaling $1.5 million.
    • A picture of a crane building the residential project on Malaga Street.

      Construction begins on Flagler’s largest-ever project

      Dec 1
      Flagler broke ground in May on a $23 million downtown St. Augustine project that includes a 52,800-square-foot residence hall and 551-space parking garage on the corner of King and Malaga Streets.
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