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    Phyllis Gibbs: Forty years of curtain calls ... and counting

    Mar 4
    Theatre Arts Department Chair Phyllis Gibbs looks back on four decades at Flagler
  • Spring 2011 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person in the spotlight on a stage.

    In Memory of former professor Robin King

    Mar 4
    Dr. J. Robin King, former professor of philosophy at Flagler College, passed away Dec. 9, 2010, after a 17-year battle with brain cancer. He was 63.
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    Andrew Young donates recordings to Flagler to begin civil rights archive

    Mar 4
    Civil rights activist Andrew Young donated interviews from his documentary “Crossing in St. Augustine” to Flagler College in what will begin a new archive chronicling the historic civil rights movement in the Nation’s Oldest City.
  • Jillian McClure on cover of Flagler College Magazine in Summer of 2010.

    Passing the Torch

    Aug 11
    Long-time Flagler Trustees Retire from Board Lawrence Lewis would be proud.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    No Limits

    Mar 22
    Flagler Professor’s New Book on Deaf Education Published
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Professors Abroad: Tracey Eaton in Bolivia

    Mar 22
    The red-eye flight to La Paz, Bolivia, took Communication Instructor Tracey Eaton far from the classrooms of Flagler College to a place where it isn’t uncommon for journalists to be threatened, intimidated or even attacked.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Professors Abroad: Timothy Johnson in Milan

    Mar 22
    In what he called one of the high points of his career, Timothy Johnson, professor of religion and Liberal Studies Chair at Flagler, presented research at a prestigious conference at Catholic University of Milan this past September.
  • Spring 2010 Flagler College Magazine cover with a person looking at the camera.

    Through the lens: The Photographic Journey of Tracey Eaton

    Jan 13
    Flagler professor Tracey Eaton’s photographs and articles have been published in more than 65 U.S. and Canadian newspapers.  He’s lived in 10 states and three countries and has covered everything from drug trafficking to Brazilian surfers and Cambodian gangs.  While his aptitude for journalism has proven useful in landing jobs at the Houston Chronicle and The New York Times, his photographic ability to tell stories without words has transcended cultural boundaries and brought attention to issues often overlooked by the media. Eaton’s photographic journey began in 1981 after receiving a Fulbright scholarship to study the myths and legends of primitive Indian tribes in the jungles of Ecuador.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Jud Damon named athletic director

    Jul 31
    As teams get ready to begin play in the Peach Belt Conference, Flagler College has hired Jud Damon as its new athletic director. Damon had been athletic director at Georgia College and State University. Damon has spent the last year at Georgia College in Milledgeville, and he served in the same capacity at the Savannah College of Art and Design from 2000-2008. He also served as the athletic director and head baseball coach at Trinity International University in Miami from 1997-2000.
  • Summer of 2009 cover for Flagler College Magazine with man looking forward and text that says Making Space Work.

    Learning to do nothing

    Jul 31
    Retiring English Professor Vincent Puma reflects on his Flagler career
  • Picture of sky with clouds on winter 2009 Flagler College Magazine cover.

    Victory after the fall

    Mar 17
    New history professor brings passion for Southern history and Civil Rights to Flagler
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    Three retiring professors look back on 73 years at Flagler

    Mar 16
    One is an accomplished historian and long-distance runner. One’s a retired Florida Army National Guard Captain and management whiz. The third is a career educator with a quick laugh and a charming southern drawl. Three distinct personalities, three distinct careers.
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    Phyllis Gibbs reflects on 40 years at Flagler

    Sep 3
    The books shelves have little room for more photographs; the walls are filled with posters, frames and more pictures. Phyllis Gibbs’ office is overflowing with memories of the friendships and accomplishments she’s found during her 40 years teaching at Flagler College.
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    New deans for academic affairs

    Feb 18
    Flagler College’s Academic Affairs department is filled with new faces this semester. Alan Woolfolk, Ph.D., just began his role as dean of Academic Affairs, while Yvan Kelly started work as assistant dean a few months ago.
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    Lastinger adds experience, ‘vigor and vision’ to Board of Trustees

    Feb 18
    As the latest addition to Flagler College’s Board of Trustees, Delores Lastinger is bringing a passion for education and a unique background in philanthropy to her new role.
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