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  • Flagler College recognized with two historic preservation awards

    May 22
    Flagler College received two awards from the Florida Trust for Historic Preservation at its 39th annual conference in St. Petersburg on May 19.
  • Speaker Jenny Levison addresses attendees at the annual Power of the Purse fundraiser

    Women of Vision holds third annual Power of the Purse event

    May 22
    The third annual Women of Vision Power of the Purse® scholarship fundraising luncheon was hosted on May 18 in Flagler College’s Ponce de Leon Hall. The event raises money for student scholarships and opportunities and strengthens connections between the college and women in the community. This year’s luncheon, which drew more than 340 women to the college’s historic Dining Room, featured a silent auction of beautiful and unique purses, as well as a keynote address by entrepreneur Jenny Levison, owner of the Atlanta-based “Souper Jenny” restaurants.
  • The wellness award logo.

    Flagler’s Human Resources programs receive ‘Worksite Wellness Award’

    May 12
    Flagler College was one of 20 organizations in northeast Florida to recently receive a “Gold Award” for its wellness programs.
  • A picture of Mrs. Abare and the women co-hosting her last Spring Tea.

    Mrs. Abare hosts final spring tea

    May 11
    Flagler College’s First Lady Susan Abare hosted her last spring tea on Tuesday at the college’s Markland House, as President William T. Abare, Jr. will be retiring in June.
  • Flagler’s Giving Day exceeds goal for raising money to honor President Abare and benefit students

    May 10
    Flagler College’s third annual Giving Day saw 233 donors (191 of those alumni) raise $67,844 at the college by the close of the day on May 9 — $19,900 more than last year’s Giving Day.
  • Digital archive project.

    Flagler College makes public old photographs, catalogs on new digital archive site

    May 9
    More than 1,000 archival items, from yearbooks and college catalogs to historic and college photographs are now available to the public, thanks to a new digital archives project by the college’s Archives Specialist Jolene DuBray. These relics of the past — formerly viewable only during in-person visits — became available online May 5, during Alumni Weekend, when DuBray launched the project.
  • Photo of Creig Doyle, Director of Safety and Security

    Flagler College welcomes new security director

    May 8
    Veteran police chief Creig Doyle was recently named Flagler College’s director of Safety & Security, after serving in an interim director capacity at the college since January.
  • A picture of the Flagler College Alumni Award winners of 2017

    Flagler College alumni recognized during awards luncheon

    May 5
    Three Flagler College alumni were recognized today during the 19th Annual Alumni Awards Luncheon for their outstanding contributions to the areas of service and professional achievement.
  • Dr. Abare inducted into Flagler Athletics Hall of Fame.

    Dr. Abare inducted into Flagler Athletics Hall of Fame

    May 5
    Flagler College President Dr. William T. Abare, Jr., was inducted as the lone member of the 14th class of its Athletics Hall of Fame Thursday, May 4 at a banquet sponsored by Carrabba's Italian Grill at Flagler's elegant dining hall. The event is part of the College's annual Alumni Weekend (May 4-7).  
  • A picture of Jenny Levison.

    Flagler’s Women of Vision luncheon to welcome inspirational entrepreneur Jenny Levison

    May 3
    The third annual Women of Vision Power of the Purse® scholarship fundraising luncheon will take place on Thursday, May 18 in Flagler College’s historic Ponce de Leon Hall. In addition to a popular silent auction of beautiful and unique purses, the event will be headlined by guest speaker Jenny Levison, owner of the Atlanta-based “Souper Jenny” restaurants and catering business and the author of “Souper Jenny” cookbooks. The entrepreneur’s company has become synonymous with healthful eating, living well and community service. 
  • Flagler President Abare receiving the Council of Independent Colleges award.

    Flagler President Abare receives Council of Independent Colleges award for leadership

    May 2
    Flagler College President William T. Abare Jr. has been awarded the Council of Independent Colleges’ 2017 Charles W.L. Foreman Award, the highest honor given by the organization’s State Councils.
  • Dr. Abare's final graduation spring 2017

    President Abare presides over final graduation

    Apr 30
    After 16 years, Flagler College President Dr. William T. Abare Jr. handed out diplomas to graduates for the final time on Saturday. Abare is set to retire as president this June, serving in the position since 2001. He has worked at the college for 46 years, and has the distinction of being at every Flagler graduation and seeing every one of the college’s nearly 17,000 alumni cross the stage.
  • Flagler College graduation of 2017

    Flagler College students graduate during spring commencement ceremony

    Apr 29
    If anyone had a reason not to cross the graduation stage today, it would have been Cassandra (Honour) Kelly. The Flagler College Education major has battled a rare form of bone cancer since childhood — one that leaves her with a feeling of arthritis deep in her bones — and was recently diagnosed with epilepsy. But those obstacles have done nothing to slow her tenacious drive.
  • A picture of Jessica Rowan.

    Pulitzer Center awards international reporting grant to Flagler College student

    Apr 28
    Flagler College junior Jessica Rowan was recently awarded a prestigious international reporting grant from The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting in-depth engagement with underreported global affairs.
  • Spotlight: Events Technical Services Coordinator Carl Liberatore

    Apr 28
    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.
  • A picture of Doug Dvorak

    Flagler College to hold spring graduation on April 29 for more than 350

    Apr 28
    More than 350 seniors will receive diplomas when Flagler College holds its spring graduation ceremony Saturday, April 29, at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre.
  • A picture of Dr. Margaret Finnegan with Fulbright visiting scholar Dr. Maraisa Lopes

    Fulbright scholar from Brazil visiting Flagler College to study Deaf Education program

    Apr 27
    For the first time ever, Flagler College is hosting a Fulbright scholar. Dr. Maraisa Lopes, from the Federal University of Piaui Teresina, Brazil, is working with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing program in the Education Department to study differences between Brazilian and American higher education experiences in the field.
  • Will Windle

    ‘Will’s War,’ a play based on the historical novel, honors Flagler alumnus, playwright’s great-great grandfather

    Apr 26
    Flagler College alumnus William Windle, ’16, will present a reading of his play “Will’s War,” adapted from his grandmother Janice Woods Windle’s novel of the same name on Tuesday, May 2 at 4 p.m. in the college’s Gamache-Koger Theater. It is free and open to the public.
  • Art from alumni exhibition in 2017

    Flagler College’s alumni exhibition to be launched over Alumni Weekend

    Apr 24
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College will be featuring its annual juried alumni exhibition from May 5 to June 16. In conjunction with the college’s Alumni Weekend, the exhibition will open with a reception for the artists on Friday, May 5, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Giving Day Logo

    Flagler College’s ‘Giving Day’ to be held May 9

    Apr 24
    Flagler College will be raising money for student scholarships and financial aid on Tuesday, May 9, as part of its annual “Giving Day” campaign. This year’s goal is $25,000 — the lead gift amount the college’s Board of Trustees will be donating, and the amount the Board challenges alumni, donors and friends to match, in honor of retiring President William T. Abare, Jr.
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