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  • 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.
  • John A. Farrell

    Forum speaker to explore similarities between Nixon, Trump administrations

    Mar 17
    Veteran journalist John A. Farrell will be discussing the parallels between President Nixon’s and Trump’s administrations, and the political future those similarities may predict on Thursday, April 6. His talk, titled “Why Nixon? Why Nixon now? A study of a controversial president in a time of presidential controversy,” is part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series and will be held in Lewis Auditorium.
  • A picture of Joe Provenza.

    Flagler's technology director promoted to vice president

    Mar 16
    Flagler College’s Joseph Provenza was recently promoted to the position of Vice President of Technology Services and Chief Information Officer. He was formerly the Director of Technology Services.
  • Participants in the Heritage Monitoring Scouts program on the beach.

    FPAN launches archaeological monitoring program

    Mar 15
    History could literally be washed away with only a few feet of sea level rise. According to the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN), up to 4,000 archaeological sites could be impacted by the change, by incurring damage or inundation. But a new initiative — a public engagement project called Heritage Monitoring Scouts (HMS Florida) — aims to gather those places’ stories before they are forever lost.
  • Flagler student wins ‘Best in Show’ in advertising competition

    Mar 10
    Flagler College student Nancy Harms took home top prizes in the American Advertising Federation-Daytona Beach “ADDY” awards competition on March 4, including “Student Best in Show” and Gold ADDY awards for her animated title sequence “The Book Thief.” The awards recognize creative excellence.
  • A picture of Lisa Baird.

    Community Lectures Series talk to explore implications of changing information age

    Mar 9
    Dr. Lisa Baird, assistant professor of English, will examine the shift of information from page to screen during a talk titled “Screen Life: The Digital Divide in Academia and Community” on Tuesday, March 28. Her talk is part of Flagler College’s Community Lecture Series and will take place in the historic Solarium in Ponce Hall.
  • A picture of Paul Sutter.

    Final Ideas & Images talk to address relationship between national parks and wilderness advocacy

    Mar 7
    Dr. Paul Sutter, History professor from University of Colorado Boulder, will explore the complex relationship between the rise of the automobile and the origins of wilderness advocacy, as part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images talk on Wednesday, March 22. The lecture will be held in Lewis Auditorium at 7 p.m.
  • Court at Flagler.

    State appeals court holds proceedings at Flagler

    Mar 7
    Flagler College students filled the college’s Flagler Room on Tuesday to witness the Fifth District Court of Appeals hold court.
  • A picture of the Hospitality and Tourism board.

    Flagler College creates Hospitality and Tourism Advisory Board

    Mar 1
    Flagler College held the inaugural meeting of its Hospitality and Tourism Advisory Board on Monday, Feb. 27. The Board will serve as a link between leaders in the hospitality and tourism industry and Flagler’s new major within the Sport Management Department.
  • A picture of Howard Schneider.

    Journalism expert to discuss ‘fake news’ as part of Flagler’s Forum talk

    Mar 1
    Howard Schneider, founding dean of the School of Journalism at Stony Brook University, will be giving a talk titled “Fake news: The difference it makes and how to stop it,” on Thursday, March 23, as part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series.
  • Spotlight: Food Services Director Ryan McElhaney

    Mar 1
    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. Individuals featured in the series will be included in the bi-weekly faculty and staff newsletter.
  • A picture of Sarah Miller.

    Director of Florida Public Archaeology Network to discuss archeology as force for social change

    Mar 1
    Sarah E. Miller, director of the Florida Public Archaeology Network (FPAN) for Northeast and East Central regions, will discuss the power of archaeology in activism, on Tuesday, March 21. Her talk is part of Flagler College’s Community Lecture Series and will take place in the historic Solarium in Ponce Hall. Flagler has hosted FPAN on its campus since 2006.
  • Flagler’s annual ‘Communication Week’ coming up

    Feb 27
    Flagler College’s Communication Department will be hosting its 12th annual “Communication Week,” March 6 through March 8. Its theme is, “Communication Made Simple.”
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