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      Trustees meet, approve faculty promotions among other items

      Feb 26
      From February 16-19, Flagler College’s Board of Trustees met virtually for their annual winter meeting series. During this period, all divisions from across the campus report on the previous months’ progress since October, when the Board meets for its fall meeting.
    • Michelle Henning playing the piano at Cabaret.

      Flagler alumna, now staff and soon-to-be-graduate student says, "Yes!" to playing piano

      Feb 26
      As a Spanish and graphic design double major, Michelle never thought playing piano would be her "In" for graduate school. However, what's become an all-too-familiar refrain of the "Caring faculty" at Flagler, has continued to ring true, especially for this 2018 graduate.
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      String of exhibitions leaves Mongiovi ready for more

      Feb 26
      Professor Laura Mongiovi recently returned from a Fall 2019 sabbatical, taught during a pandemic and completed an exhibition project in collaboration with the Flagler College Archives.
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      New bookstore to open March 1

      Feb 26
      On March 1, Flagler’s new bookstore, managed by Barnes and Noble College, will open in the new Campus Services building located at 107 King Street. Operating hours will start out as 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Hours will expand as demand grows.
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      New alumna helps us with Monday doldrums

      Feb 25
      If you haven't already listened, you should. New alumna and now staff member, Administrative Assistant in the Education Department Rachel Ihasz, '20, gets busy every Monday ensuring we make it through the day by hosting fun guests on her show, "A Case of the Mondays."
    • Ashley Williams, Dr. Joyner and Sarah Hernandez. Dr. Joyner is handing to Ashley her framed award.

      First-year student recognized with national service award

      Feb 25
      On Monday, Feb. 22 first-year student Ashley Williams was awarded the Presidential Volunteer Service Award in the Alumni House. Some fellow athletes were able to join in person to support Ashley, while her family excitedly attended virtually through a special link provided them by the Office of Special Events at the College.
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      Forum speaker to focus on human rights in times of crises

      Feb 24
      On March 16 at 4 p.m. Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will host Emily Fishbein, a Southeast Asia Rainforest Journalism Fund grantee of the Pulitzer Center. She will deliver a virtual lecture "Tracking Human Rights During a Crisis.” This event is free and open to the public virtually.
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      Business Week '21 to focus on tech in business

      Feb 15
      Business Week is an annual event at Flagler College that allows students to showcase their entrepreneurial skills in a series of panels, dinners and competitions. This year’s theme is “The Future is Now: Technology and Business.”
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      President’s List Reception to continue as President's List Ceremony to account for safety precautions

      Feb 5
      On Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 2-4 p.m. the biannual event will take place in the Virginia Room of the Ringhaver Student Center. President Joyner will officially recognize the 166 honorees in a ceremony-only type format, different from previous years when a reception with family and faculty rounded out the experience.
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      Flagler Forum speaker to focus on health longevity

      Feb 4
      Please note: This event has been cancelled. On Feb. 10 at 4 p.m. Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will present a virtual lecture delivered by Senior Director of The Center for the Future of Aging at the Milken Institute Nora Super. She will present, “Brave New World: Trends that are changing the politics of aging.” This event is free and open to the public virtually.
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      Museum’s spring artist residency announced

      Feb 3
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) and Flagler College welcome Toronto-based artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan to the CEAM Artist Residency from Feb. 7 – 20. Hupfield and Lujan work collaboratively under the name Native Art Department International (NADI) to produce artworks, exhibition, events and film screenings. Their current exhibition Bureau of Aesthetics is currently on view at Flagler College’s CEAM, and is produced and organized by Mercer Union, Toronto. In conjunction with their residency, the artists will give a virtual talk about their work on Thursday, Feb. 11 at 5:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, and registration is required.
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      Gift provides scholarship support for students at Flagler College

      Jan 28
      Late last year, Dr. Frances Bartlett Kinne’s godson, Eric Nelson, presented President Joseph G. Joyner with a $100k generous gift from Dr. Kinne’s estate. The gift will be added to an endowed scholarship fund, established in 2003, which bears her name.
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      Ayla's Acres animal shelter and rescue is building anew and Flagler students are helping them do it

      Jan 26
      This spring, Ayla’s Acres is breaking ground on a facility located at SR 208. As part of a partnership with a Flagler College class, they will also debut new branding as well. While the no-kill animal rescue was in the process of preparing for the new addition these last two years, they realized it was the perfect time to rebrand, as their existing logo was created 10 years ago.
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      New exhibition to open with virtual curator talk

      Jan 19
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) and Flagler College announce the forthcoming exhibition “Bureau of Aesthetics” by Native Art Department International (NADI), a collaborative project by Toronto-based artists Maria Hupfield and Jason Lujan. The exhibition is organized by Mercer Union, a centre for contemporary art, Toronto, and is guest curated by Julia Paoli, Director and Curator. Encompassing sculpture, video and installation, “Bureau of Aesthetics” will open with a virtual talk with Julia Paoli on Friday, Jan. 22 at 4 p.m. This event is free and open to the public (virtually) while also part of Flagler College’s Diversity and Inclusion Week with registration to participate required.
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      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 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.
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      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.
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      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.
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