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    • Headshot of Jim Toedtman.

      Forum talk on breaking down silos

      Jan 14
      On Jan. 28 at 4 p.m. Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will present a virtual lecture delivered by Director of Flagler College Forum Jim Toedtman. He will present, “Curiosity Won’t Kill the Cat; How to Break Out of Our Silos.” This event is free and open to the public virtually.
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      Forum on Government and Public Policy goes virtual with talk on ‘Athletes, Politics and Sport’

      Jan 12
      On Jan. 19 at 4 p.m. Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will for the first time present virtually. William “Bill” Douglas staff writer for NHL.com and author of blog “The Color of Hockey” will present on “Athletes, Politics and Sport.” This event is free and open to the public virtually.
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      Diversity and Inclusion Week 2021 “Unity through Diversity”

      Jan 11
      Beginning on Monday, Jan. 18 The Office of Diversity and Inclusion is excited to celebrate another Diversity & Inclusion week at Flagler College! Whether you are a faculty member, staff member, student, or a student organization, we can’t wait to celebrate with you!
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      MLK event will be fully virtual

      Jan 11
      On Jan. 18 the Flagler College Office of Diversity and Inclusion is excited to partner with the Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration Committee of St. Johns County, Inc. to host the 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Breakfast event.
    • Dr. Joyner holding an awarded proclamation with Cyndi Stevenson and others in the house chambers.

      President Joyner recognized by proclamation

      Jan 6
      On Dec. 18 Senator Travis Hutson, Representative Cyndi Stevenson and Representative Paul Renner presented a State of Florida Proclamation to Dr. Joyner on the occasion of his retirement. The St. Johns County Legislative Delegation recognized his contributions to the St. Johns County community.
    • Students in the Flagler choir performing in the Rotunda of Ponce Hall.

      Professor finds way to make musical performance meaningful for his students despite not performing publicly

      Jan 6
      Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts and Program Director for Music Kip Taisey has made the most of this year's restrictions on public performance. His students, and in turn his discipline on campus, has remained very engaged throughout the past semester as they figured out ways to stay active and hone their craft.
    • Alan Woolfolk in full academic regalia at graduation, speaking behind the podium.

      Dean leaving legacy of 'more serious' academics

      Dec 18
      The end of the Fall 2020 semester marks many things, but one of the most notable will be the retirement of Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty Alan Woolfolk. He made his final mark on campus as the 2020 Commencement Speaker during the Dec. 12 commencement exercises, providing advice and humor in his own unique style.
    • Photo of Ponce Hall with text overlay that says, “Giving Tuesday” and the “V” in giving is a heart.

      Flagler sees huge successes on Giving Tuesday

      Dec 15
      Flagler College’s Office of Institutional Advancement raised over $51,000 during its record-breaking Giving Tuesday campaign.
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      Experts and active community members create Visual and Performing Arts Advisory Board

      Dec 15
      This fall, the Office of Institutional Advancement hosted a hybrid model meeting to introduce Dean of the School of Creative Arts & Letters Andrea McCook, along with other faculty, to the new Visual and Performing Arts Advisory Board. Those in attendance included representatives from the St. Augustine Art Association, EMMA Concert Association, The Amp, St. Johns Cultural Council, A Classic Theatre, Inc. and Limelight Theatre among others including alumni, parents and community members.
    • Student in graduation regalia of black robes and crimson cords, wearing mask.

      Flagler’s fall graduation held, spring seniors recognized

      Dec 14
      On Saturday, Dec. 12, Flagler College held its commencement exercises for graduating seniors. Approximately 396 students received diplomas at The Amp, an outdoor auditorium owned by St. Johns County.
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      #FlaglerGradStories

      Dec 10
      A look back at the Class of 2020 and their time at Flagler. Through their words.
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      Flagler College receives Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence

      Dec 9
      For the sixth consecutive year Flagler College is one of a record 42 NCAA Division II member institutions to be honored as part of the Presidents’ Award for Academic Excellence for achieving a four-year Academic Success Rate of 90 percent or higher. This is the 10th year of the program.
    • Interim Flagler College President John Delaney

      Flagler College announces John Delaney will serve as interim president beginning in July

      Dec 7
      Flagler College’s Board of Trustees has announced the appointment of John Delaney to serve as Interim President of Flagler College beginning in July 2021.
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      Flagler College partners with MLK Committee to host annual event

      Nov 19
      On Jan. 18 the Flagler College Office of Diversity and Inclusion will partner with the Dr. Martin Luther King Celebration Committee of St. Johns County, Inc. to host the 36th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Breakfast event.
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      Flagler students provide service to others despite pandemic restrictions

      Nov 12
      This month Flagler College students participated in a day of community service for the fifth year of the college’s community service efforts called Reach Out Raise Up.
    • Michael Butler

      Professor’s class to be broadcast on C-SPAN

      Nov 11
      This month, Kenan Distinguished Professor of History and Director of the African-American Studies minor J. Michael Butler will deliver a lecture to his Rock and Roll History class titled, “From Civil Rights to Black Power in Rock.” The difference won’t be its virtual delivery for the first time in Butler’s teaching career, but the broadcasting of the class by C-SPAN.
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      President’s Golf Classic raises money for athletics scholarships

      Nov 9
      The 2020 Flagler College/W.W. Gay Mechanical Contractor President’s Classic Golf Tournament was held Nov. 6 at the World Golf Village’s King & Bear Golf Course. The event raised $74,550, which helps support athletics scholarships.
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      International Education Week to be celebrated on campus

      Nov 9
      The week-long programming is an opportunity to celebrate the many benefits of international study and cultural exchange. The week is officially slated to start Monday, Nov. 16 and go through Friday, Nov. 20. However, events on campus begin this week with “Culture Convo: Elections” which will be a group discussion with specially invited guests including Professor and Mayor of St. Augustine Tracy Upchurch.
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      President Joseph G. Joyner announces plans to retire

      Nov 3
      President Joseph G. Joyner has announced that he plans to retire at the end of the 2020-21 academic year. “On behalf of the entire Board of Trustees, I want to thank President Joyner for his exceptional service to the College over the last three and a half years,” said Rick Groux, chair of the Flagler College Board of Trustees. “As the leader of our beloved institution, we’ve witnessed significant forward movement since 2017.”
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      New student organization gaining steam on campus

      Nov 2
      New student organization F-STEAM is gaining steam on campus despite the pandemic. President and founder Kyle Clarke recently announced the new academic club on radio show and podcast Flagler Footnotes with host Tonya Creamer. The acronym stands for Flagler College Science, Technology, Entrepreneurship, Arts and Mathematics. The club’s advisor is Professor and Dean of the School of Business, Education and Mathematics Kurt Sebastian.
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