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  • Judge Poland with alumna Colby Keefe, and President William T. Abare, Jr.

    Judge Poland retires from Law program he helped launch at Flagler

    Apr 13
    The founding director of Flagler College’s Law program, Professor Richard Poland, is retiring this year after serving the college for 25 years. Judge Poland, as he is often referred to on campus, has taught nearly 30 courses, fulfilled various leadership roles — including Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs — and has twice received the Faculty of the Year Award (2007-2008 and 2009-2010).
  • Students awarded

    Flagler College recognizes top students during Honors Day ceremony

    Apr 13
    Flagler College recognized its best and brightest students in its various majors Wednesday during an Honors Day awards ceremony, organized by the Student Success Committee and College Relations.
  • Spotlight: Archives Specialist Jolene DuBray

    Apr 12
    The “Spotlight” series offers a glimpse into the lives of those who work behind the scenes to provide an enriching experience for Flagler College students. Faculty and staff featured in the series will be included in the bi-weekly faculty and staff newsletter.
  • John N. O’Brien shares expertise with Cato Institute in nation’s capital.

    PAD instructor shares expertise with Cato Institute in nation’s capital

    Apr 11
    Dr. John N. O’Brien, an instructor in Flagler College’s Public Administration Department (PAD), provided a presentation to members of the Cato Institute — a public policy research organization in Washington, D.C. — on ways to increase employment opportunities for displaced and unemployed workers. During his visit, he also met on Capitol Hill with staff members of seven legislative offices to discuss strategies for developing legislation that embodied his presentation’s concepts. The proposal itself was developed in large part after class discussions while teaching a PAD course titled “The Public Economy,” which illuminates how U.S. government develops and executes economic policy.
  • FLARE: The Flagler Review Spring 2017 cover.

    FLARE: The Flagler Review to unveil new edition with readings on April 20

    Apr 10
    FLARE: The Flagler Review, the student-produced literary journal at Flagler College, will mark the publication of its Spring 2017 issue with an unveiling and readings at Flagler’s Markland House on Thursday, April 20, at 6 p.m.
  • A picture of Chad Warner standing at a podium.

    Chad Warner named head men’s basketball coach

    Apr 7
    Chad Warner, who coached Shorter University to the NAIA Division I "Fab Four" in 2012 and a No. 1 ranking, was officially introduced as head men's basketball coach at Flagler College in a press conference at Flagler on April 7.
  • Students secure competitive internships with National Science Foundation program

    Apr 7
    Three Flagler students have earned coveted internships at major research institutions this summer, thanks to National Science Foundation’s Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program. Coastal Environmental Science majors Cody Burns, Madeline Musante and Alexis Morris will be heading to Oregon and Virginia for their highly-competitive research experiences.
  • Students holding up signs for Take Back the Night.

    Flagler students take a stand against sexual assault and ‘take back the night’

    Apr 7
    Nearly 150 Flagler College students clutching candles and posters while chanting “People Unite Take Back the Night” marched against sexual assault Thursday night, as part of the school’s third annual “Take Back the Night” event. Held on campuses throughout the world, the event raises awareness of and calls for an end to sexual violence of all forms.
  • Women of Vision Advisory Board announces 2017 scholarship recipients

    Apr 6
    Pictured above: Faith Wyluda, Yasmeen Anis, Thamara Trematerra and Caitlin Croley
  • SAM Advisor Paula Holanchock, students Janell Collins, Nick Pappas, Mary-Jo Lendering and Matheus Menezes

    Flagler’s Society for Advancement of Management claims top spot in competition

    Apr 5
    Flagler College’s Society for Advancement of Management (SAM) team recently took home first place at the organization’s 2017 Case Competition in Orlando, held from March 30 to April 2 at the annual SAM conference. Janell Collins, Mary-Jo Lendering, Matheus Menezes and Nick Pappas joined more than 100 students from 25 colleges nationwide to compete in the competition, in which students were tasked with analyzing a marketplace problem facing the social media company Facebook. Through their analysis, they examined possible solutions and proposed the most effective one to ensure the company’s sustained, future success.
  • Theatre Arts Department to Showcase Spring Conservatory Plays

    Apr 4
    Flagler College’s spring Senior Conservatory Plays, titled “For Your Eyes Only,” will feature two nights of productions revolving around the theme of secrets. They will be held in Lewis Auditorium, on April 19 and 20 at 7 p.m. 
  • Flagler's 'The Gargoyle' takes home two journalism awards

    Mar 30
    Flagler College’s online-only student newspaper, The Gargoyle, recently won two awards in the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Mark of Excellence awards.
  • Spotlight: Art History Professor Chris Balaschak

    Mar 30
    The “Spotlight” series offers a glimpse into the lives of those who work behind the scenes to provide an enriching experience for Flagler College students. Faculty and staff featured in the series will be included in the bi-weekly faculty and staff newsletter.
  • Enactus regionals 2017

    Flagler’s Enactus team advances to national competition

    Mar 30
    Three projects that were inspired by the powerful effects of Hurricane Matthew have advanced Flagler’s Enactus team to the national Enactus competition.
  • A picture of Chris Balaschak.

    Flagler professor selected to participate in summer seminar at Yale

    Mar 29
    Flagler College Associate Professor of Art History Dr. Chris Balaschak was recently selected to attend a seminar at the Yale Center for British Art focused on “Landscape and Identity in Britain and the United States, 1770-1914.”
  • Students Brian Matthews and Sissy Hofaker in 'The Maids.'

    Flagler’s Theatre Arts Department wins big at Kennedy Center Festival Awards

    Mar 29
    Flagler College’s Theatre Arts Department has taken the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) Awards by storm, earning seven national awards, including Outstanding Production of a Play for its November performance of Jean Genet’s “The Maids.”
  • A picture of James Pickett.

    Final Community Lectures Series talk at Flagler to be held April 11

    Mar 24
    Dr. James Pickett, associate professor of Communication at Flagler College, will be giving the college’s final Community Lectures Series talk this year titled “The Hidden Curriculum: The Decorum of Space, Time and Consumption in the Digital Age.” His lecture will be held on Tuesday, April 11 in the historic Solarium in Ponce Hall at 10 a.m.
  • Incoming Flagler President Joseph Joyner.

    Incoming President Joyner recognized with Florida Education award

    Mar 23
    The Florida Department of Education honored incoming Flagler College President and former St. Johns County Schools Superintendent Dr. Joseph G. Joyner with the 2016 Lavan Dukes District Data Leader of the Year award on March 23, at a meeting of the State Board of Education. During Joyner’s tenure, St. Johns has been one of only two districts to achieve an “A” grade every year since district grades were implemented in 2004, and in 2016, St. Johns was the highest performing school district in Florida.  
  • Flagler College students to perform children’s theatre in local schools and at Flagler

    Mar 23
    Flagler College Theatre Arts students will be taking their craft to the classroom next week when they perform children’s theatre for nearly 300 kindergarteners across three St. Johns County schools.
  • Film still from Dora Garcia's The Joycean Society (2013)

    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum to screen ‘The Joycean Society’

    Mar 22
    Crisp-Ellert Art Museum artist-in-residence and curator Staci Bu Shea will host a screening of the film “The Joycean Society” by screenwriter and director Dora Garcia on Wednesday, April 5 at 6:30 p.m., followed by a conversation with Flagler College Professor Dr. Craig Woelfel.
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