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    • A student sits with Enzo Torcoletti for discussion in Ponce dining hall.

      Remembering the Early Years

      Jan 4
      Faculty and staff look back on the college’s beginning, and its strong sense of family
    • Flagler President Dr. Joseph Joyner

      The importance of leading through listening

      Oct 18
      I love listening. It’s not only one of the most important traits a leader should have, but it’s also one of the favorite parts of my job. As the new president of Flagler College, it’s a joy to hear stories of students, faculty, staff and alumni who are doing incredible and inspiring work.
    • Flagler College President Dr. Joseph Joyner.

      New President Dr. Joseph Joyner brings his love for education to Flagler

      Oct 18
      For new Flagler College President Joseph Joyner, education has been in the family for four generations. His grandmother taught first grade for 40 years. His father and mother were both teachers, and his father went on to become a school principal.
    • A painting of Drew Dillon.

      A tribute to Drew Dillon

      Mar 29
      Dr. Andrew Dillon, one of Flagler College’s earliest professors, passed away on Nov. 5, 2015, after a lengthy battle with cancer. The English professor joined the college’s faculty in 1972. A book of Dillon’s poetry, “Vital Signs,” was published last summer by Flagler College.
    • A picture of Matt Brown standing in water.

      The rising tide of climate change

      Mar 29
      With weather growing more extreme and temperatures rising steadily, the topic of climate change has taken center stage, including at Flagler College where this year’s Ideas and Images speaker series focused on climate change and its impact on coastal communities. Flagler’s Dr. Matthew Brown, an oceanographer by training, has participated on several major oceanographic research trips, traversing the oceans surrounding Bermuda, Tahiti, Iceland and Antarctica. The assistant professor, who teaches a course on Global Climate Change, recently sat down with Flagler College Magazine to discuss the implications of sea level rise on area ecosystems and why gradual change may prove the most damaging.
    • Theatre Arts Department Chair Phyllis Gibbs looks back on four decades at Flagler

      Retrospective: Retiring Professor Phyllis Gibbs reflects on long career in Theatre Arts

      Oct 1
      After a 45-year run, Phyllis Gibbs — Flagler College’s longest-serving professor and a pioneer of the college’s Theatre Arts program — retired this past spring. News and Information coordinator Bobbie Stewart sat down recently with the legend to discuss Flagler’s beginning days and the value of the big stage.
    • A picture of Emily Splane.

      Faculty Q&A with Dr. Emily Splane

      Oct 1
      By Bobbie Stewart Photo by Zach Thomas, '00 In the past couple of years, Psychology has grown to be one of the most popular majors at Flagler College, second only to Business Administration for this year’s incoming class. Flagler College Magazine caught up with Dr. Emily Splane, associate professor of Psychology and chair of the Social Sciences Department, to better understand students’ fascination with human behavior and development, and why the major continues to grow in popularity.
    • Vital Signs and other poems cover.

      Flagler College publishes former professor’s book of poetry

      Oct 1
      A collection of poetry by former Professor Dr. Andrew Dillon, whose Shakespearian theatrics in the classroom and lyrical wisdom inspired students and colleagues for decades, has been published by Flagler College’s literature journal, FLARE: The Flagler Review. Proceeds from the sale will benefit the Andrew Dillon Scholarship for students.
    • Fall 2015 Flagler College Magazine cover.

      Retiring from Flagler

      Oct 1
      Ken Russom, Vice President of Business Services
    • A picture of Edwidge Bryant

      Flagler professor launches English literacy projects in Haiti and beyond

      Oct 1
      By Bobbie Stewart Inspired by her own traumatic childhood experience as a non-native speaker of English, Dr. Edwidge Crevecoeur-Bryant is lifting others up — out of poverty and into jobs —with the help of technology.
    • Spring 2015 Flagler College Magazine cover.

      Faculty Q&A: Taking History to the People

      Mar 19
      When most of us think about history, things like the Roman Empire or World War II might come to mind. But whether you’re talking about the Spanish Inquisition or Ponce de Leon landing in St. Augustine, there is one aspect that connects them all, and that’s the area that Kelly Enright finds the most fascinating: people.
    • Crutchfield, Twardy and Noloboff are honored at a retirement reception

      Honoring Flagler Retirees

      Sep 29
      With a combined 128 years of Flagler College experience between them, this year’s retiring faculty and staff members have done it all. We’d like to honor this year’s retirees for their dedication to the Flagler community.             Paul Crutchfield??
    • A picture of Mike Gallen with students in the library.

      From the CIA to Flagler

      Sep 29
      Flagler College’s Director of Library Services Michael Gallen is everything you’d expect a librarian to be: smart, quiet and unassuming. But as the old saying goes, don’t judge a book by its cover … because that book could have very well been in the CIA.
    • “The Encyclopedia of Epic Films” graphic.

      Wilson, Santas publish ‘Epic’ encyclopedia on films

      Sep 29
      Soon after film came into existence, the term “epic” was used to describe productions that were lengthy, spectacular, filled with action and often filmed in exotic locales with large casts and staggering budgets.
    • Tim Johnson in front of Flagler's Memorial Presbyterian Church

      First Endowed Professorship Makes Flagler History

      Sep 29
      In 2014, thanks to a gift from Craig and Audrey Thorn, Flagler celebrates a historic milestone: the creation of the College’s first-ever endowed professorship. The Craig and Audrey Thorn Distinguished Professor of Religion position, which was awarded to Dr. Timothy J. Johnson, marks the first time Flagler has created a named endowed professorship.
    • A picture of Eric Hoffman.

      Faculty Q&A with Eric Hoffman

      Sep 29
      Eric Hoffman has only just finished his first year at Flagler College, but the associate professor of communication is wasting no time making an impact.
    • Fall 2014 cover of Flagler College Magazine.

      Moser participates in Dutch art festival

      Sep 29
      A selection by Flagler College Associate Professor of Art Patrick Moser was chosen for the 2014 Urban Explorers Festival in the Netherlands.
    • Flagler College Athletic Director Jud Damon on Spring 2014 Magazine cover

      Joyner joins Flagler Board of Trustees

      Apr 11
      Heads up one of top school districts in state of Florida
    • A picture of Jud Damon in the locker room.

      Good sport

      Apr 11
      Athletic Director Jud Damon wins NCAA’s prestigious award for sportsmanship By Tom Iacuzio, ‘06 Photos by Zach Thomas, ‘00
    • A picture of Economics Professor Felix Livingston

      Honorable Entrepreneurship

      Apr 11
      Livingston teaching young entrepreneurs the ways of honorable business By Tom Iacuzio, ‘06 Photos by Scott Smith, ‘04
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