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    • Gregory Miller

      College Studying Proposal for New Biology Degree Program

      Oct 1
      As recently as 2008, Flagler College had no science majors or minors, and no General Education science requirement. The study of the subject was not a facet of the Flagler experience. But the college administration came to realize that the College would never strengthen its academic profile without a solid program in natural sciences.
    • Dean Robert

      Remembering Dean Robert Carberry

      Oct 1
      Robert F. Carberry, who was dean of Flagler College for 19 years and taught political science for eight years, passed away on Aug. 13, 2021, one day after his 90th birthday.
    • Dr. Shelly Haser

      New Chair to Lead Tallahassee Campus Education Department

      Oct 1
      Dr. Shelly Haser has been named the new chair of the Flagler College Tallahassee campus’ Department of Education. The Education program in Tallahassee has produced more than 900 educators throughout the Northwest Florida region, and more than 60 teachers of the year.
    • President Joyner with his wife, Susan, and his two granddaughters.

      Getting Back to Family

      Mar 15
      President Joyner announces retirement and leaves a legacy of service.
    • Edwidge Bryant holding a copy of the Haitian textbook

      Bonjou, Learning!

      Mar 15
      Professor Edwidge Bryant aims to reform bilingual education in Haiti.
    • 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.
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      Kelly publishes 'The Economics of the Super Bowl'

      Mar 15
      Professor of Economics Yvan J. Kelly, Ph.D., has co-authored a new book called, “The Economics of the Super Bowl,” that was published by Palgrave Macmillan. In it, he examined the economic consequences for those who participate in the most watched sporting event in the United States. The book fills in gaps in the literature by examining the benefits and costs for players, halftime performers and cities.
    • 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: