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  • Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May.

    Remembering Jerry Gamache

    Sep 24
    Dr. Gerald “Jerry” Gamache, former associate professor of Psychology at Flagler, passed away in Jacksonville this past May. He joined Flagler as a visiting instructor in 1992, and was hired full-time in 1996. A recognized authority on the effects of radiation, he headed the U.S. Government’s Defense Nuclear Agency Team and studied the effects of the nuclear reactor explosion in Chernobyl through numerous trips to the area. 
  • Fall 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover with a desk next to a lake.

    President's Message: A year of successes and enriching lives

    Sep 20
    Nothing gives a college president more pleasure than reporting successes in the past year. As we begin a new school year at Flagler College, I am pleased to report that enrollment is solid and we have enrolled approximately 2,580 students.
  • Flagler students studying natural science.

    Coastal Classrooms

    Sep 20
    New coastal environmental science major taps into St. Augustine’s abundant natural resources When Terri Seron looks across the pristine, sprawling marshes and waterways that surround St. Augustine, she sees something different than most tourists, fisherman and boaters.
  • Stephen Thomas and Rosemary Tutt

    Thomas and Tutt close out long careers at Flagler

    Sep 20
    Both Stephen Thomas and Rosemary Tutt came to teaching after long, successful careers in private industry. But they say the time they spent working with students was the most rewarding. Thomas and Tutt both retired this past spring.
  • Assistant Professor of Public Administration, Will Miller in front of his computer

    By the Numbers

    Apr 4
    Flagler’s Will Miller part of study looking into Islamist violence in Pakistan
  • Spring 2013 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Supporting teachers

    Apr 4
    Heading up Florida’s 140,000-member teacher’s union might seem like a long way from the classroom. But Andy Ford, ‘79, sees leading the Florida Education Association as just an extension of his love for teaching, and helping students.
  • A picture of Martin Guntrip

    Advantage: Guntrip

    Apr 4
    Martin Guntrip, ‘81, has spent his entire life around the world of tennis, and since 2005 he’s literally been at the top of it as club secretary of the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, home to Wimbledon.
  • Fall 2012 Flagler College Magazine Cover.

    Kenan Trust Challenge Grant met

    Sep 21
    In 2011, the William R. Kenan Jr. Charitable Trust awarded a $1 million grant to Flagler College for endowment, subject to a one-to-one match by other donors.
  • Passion for teaching lands Steve Voguit in Princeton Review’s ‘The Best 300 Professors’

    Top of the world

    Sep 21
    Passion for teaching lands Steve Voguit in Princeton Review’s ‘The Best 300 Professors’
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Q&A: Ten on Ten

    Apr 2
    Flagler College President William T. Abare Jr. looks back on a decade as head of the College
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Going to the dogs

    Apr 2
    Psychology professor’s research studies the connection between dogs and human behavior
  • Man and woman looking at camera inside a building on Fall of 2011 Flagler Magazine cover.

    Just the facts, ma’am

    Apr 2
    Alumnus Michael Barnes provides on-air analysis of Conrad Murray trial
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Flagler College adds four new Trustees; Two long-serving members retire

    Oct 4
    Flagler College has added four new members to its Board of Trustees, including two alumni and a former U.S. ambassador. Long-serving members Judge Howell Melton and W.W. Gay also resigned from the board and were named Trustees Emeriti. Melton served on the board since 1971, and was chairman from 1998 to 2000. He is a former St. Johns County Circuit Court Judge and a U.S. District Court Judge. Gay has been a member of the board since 1999, and he is the founder and chief executive officer of W.W. Gay Mechanical Contractor in Jacksonville.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Parks returns to Flagler as dean of Flagler College-Tallahassee

    Oct 4
    Flagler College chose a familiar face to take over as dean of the college’s Tallahassee campus. Dr. Donald K. Parks has been named dean for the program on the campus of Tallahassee Community College. He served as assistant dean of Academic Affairs at the main St. Augustine campus from 2005 to 2007 before moving on to director of Student Success at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College in Tifton, Ga. Parks succeeds Dr. John Bruno, who accepted a position as Dean of Academic Affairs at Fontbonne University in St. Louis.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Armstrong, Horner and Eide say goodbye to Flagler

    Oct 4
    One is an accomplished investigative journalist, the other a quirky author who took on bullies, and the last an eccentric education teacher. They may not be alike in their accomplishments, personalities, or histories, but the one thing that ties them together is how they will miss being a part of the Flagler community. This year saw the retirement of all three: Rob Armstrong, Carl Horner and Kathleen Eide.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    English professor wins Cider Press Review Book Award

    Oct 4
    Liz Robbins, assistant professor of English, won the 2011 Cider Press Review Book Award for her manuscript, “Play Button.” She received a $1,500 prize along with a publishing contract.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing and shapes.

    Nelson named new director of Career Services Office

    Oct 4
    Kristin Nelson has been named the new director of Career Services. Nelson previously served as director of student activities at the college before accepting the new role. She will spearhead a reorganization of career services as the department moves from the Office of Academic Affairs to Student Services.
  • Fall 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with mathematical writing  and shapes.

    Rethinking education

    Oct 4
    The past several years at Flagler have seen major changes to how students learn … and think
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    What growing pains?

    Mar 4
    Flagler coaches John Lynch and Taylor Mott have achieved big success since making the jump to the NCAA and Peach Belt Conference
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    Art professor snags 'Best in Show,' art faculty at Jacksonville Museum of Contemporary Art

    Mar 4
    Assistant Professor of Art Sara Pedigo, ‘03, recently won “Best in Show” for her paintings at the Fifth Annual 100% Pure Florida juried exhibition at the Fifth Avenue Gallery in Melbourne, Fla.
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