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    Flagler Faculty Spotlight: Jim Gilmore

    Nov 4
    Visiting Filmmaker, Jim Gilmore is a documentary filmmaker whose work focuses on American culture, social justice, and history. He is the director of over 20 films on a variety of topics, from Zimbabwe: A Racial Revolution (1988) about the transition from white-ruled Rhodesia to black-ruled Zimbabwe, to Fielding Dreams (2023), which profiles the life of major league baseball scouts. Gilmore holds a MA in Broadcasting and Film from the University of Iowa and has 23 years of college teaching experience as an assistant, associate, and full professor of communication, both at Flagler College and the University of Michigan-Dearborn.
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    Flagler students, community celebrate Halloween season

    Nov 1
    There was no shortage of Halloween festivities at Flagler this fall, giving students and the entire campus community ample opportunities to celebrate spooky season.
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    Usdin Speaker Raymond P. Scheindlin, Presenting, “Wine, Women, and Death: The Worldly Pleasures of the Courtier-Rabbis of Islamic Spain”

    Oct 31
    Flagler College will host Dr. Raymond Scheindlin as a part of the Usdin Lecture series to present on “the worldly pleasures of Courtier-Rabbis of Islamic Spain.” Scheindlin will speak on Wednesday, Nov. 9, at 7 p.m. in the Virginia Room, on the second floor of the Student Center. This lecture is free and open to the public.
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    Dorothy FireCloud, NPS Native American Affairs Liaison, to speak at Flagler College

    Oct 31
    Flagler College and the National Park Service, with the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, announce a Native American Heritage Month program. On November 16 and 17, 2022, special events will take place to remember and honor the Cheyenne and Arapaho warriors imprisoned at Fort Marion (Castillo de San Marcos) from 1875-1878. The events feature memorial ceremonies, remembrances, and educational sessions.
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    Erin Kendrick’s The Hotelmen comes to CEAM

    Oct 31
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum at Flagler College will proceed in its Fall 2022 season with a solo exhibition by Jacksonville-based artist Erin Kendrick, entitled The Hotelmen. The exhibition will be on view from November 4 to December 2, 2022. The opening reception will be held on Friday, November 4th from 5 to 8 p.m., in conjunction with First Friday Artwalk. Special guest Dr. Gylbert Coker, an African American art historian, curator, and museum director who has worked to establish Black artists and art in the canon of American art will join the artist in conversation during the reception, starting at 6 p.m.
  • HTM students posing for group photo at Universal

    Campus locale sets Flagler Tourism & Hospitality Management students up for immersive field experience, expert mentorship

    Oct 28
    Students in Flagler’s Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) Program have the advantage of studying in a city and state with markedly robust tourism industries. The backdrop of St. Augustine’s tourism industry is a built-in training ground for HTM students and Flagler is less than 100 miles from another hotspot of Florida tourism- Orlando. On a recent excursion from campus, HTM students had the opportunity to visit Universal Orlando Resort and learn about what it takes to run such a high-level tourism venture.
  • seated photograph of Florine Démosthène smiling in CEAM

    CEAM solo artist set to close out exhibition with gallery walkthrough

    Oct 21
    For more than a decade, Florine Démosthène has explored the concept of love that we all chase but never fully understand through conversations with close friends and strangers from her travels. “As I reflected on a lot of the conversations I had over the years, it’s always a battle between a religious version of love, a traditional version of love, and a modern version of love,” she said.
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    Deagan Archaeological Research Lab to open as resource for undergraduates

    Oct 14
    Dr. Kathy Deagan sees the future of Flagler’s archaeology program as promising- brimming with potential and the enthusiasm of our students. “I have always thought that Flagler College should be one of the premier training grounds for undergraduate archeologists,” she said.
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    Hispanic Heritage Month celebrated on campus with student event, keynote speaker

    Oct 14
    In 1988, the month-long celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month was codified as a national period of observance recognizing the cultures and contributions of people in the U.S. who trace their roots to Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. This month of celebration, which begins on Sept. 15, also coincides with the anniversary of independence for Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua reminding us to recognize the rich history of Latin American countries. “Hispanic Heritage Month to me means celebrating my culture and who I am,” senior Kandy Marroquin said. “It also reminds me to appreciate what my family has worked hard for.”
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    Flagler College music program partners with St. Augustine Music Festival to enhance student music education

    Oct 7
    Early in 2020, the Executive Director of the St. Augustine Music Festival Board, Bill Boxer, reached out to the Director of Music and Musical Theater at Flagler College, Kip Taisey, to begin discussing creative avenues for collaboration.
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    Forum speaker Alexander Heffner to discuss “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age: The Quest for Post-Partisan Citizenship”

    Oct 5
    Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will present a lecture by host of The Open Mind PBS podcast, Alexander Heffner, on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Virginia Room on the second floor of the Student Center. His presentation will dive into what “Civil Discourse in an Uncivil Age” looks like in the divisive realm of modern politics and public affairs.
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    Flagler Staff Spotlight: Donn Garby

    Oct 5
    Donn Garby, assistant director of housing operations, joined the Student Affairs department in the fall of 2021. Garby is a Class of 2016 Flagler alumnus who served as SGA President during his time here. He was also the Assistant Program Director for the Campus Activities Board, Founder of the U.S. Military Veterans Club on campus, and an ambassador in the Office of Admissions among numerous other extracurricular positions held. Following his time at Flagler, Garby earned his master's degree in higher education/ higher education administration at Old Dominion University. Garby then earned his Doctor of Philosophy in higher education/ higher education administration from Rowan University.
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    Post-Hurricane Resources

    Oct 4
    The storm may be over, but now is the time to check in with yourself, friends, and family.
  • Student talking with employer at spring career expo

    Career & Graduate School Expo hosts more than 60 employers, schools

    Oct 4
    Wednesday, Oct. 5, students have the opportunity to meet prospective employers and graduate schools at the Career & Graduate School Expo.
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    Hurricane Ian Resources and Information

    Sep 30
    Storm-related messages:
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    Flagler Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Matthew Jamnik

    Sep 30
    Dr. Jamnik is a first-generation college student who, after starting at a community college, eventually, completed his Ph.D. in Psychology- Brain & Cognitive Sciences- from Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Before joining Flagler, he worked as a Postdoctoral Scholar in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine. His research, broadly, studies factors related to physical and mental health in children, adolescents, and adults. He loves to teach, mentor, and conduct research with undergraduate students.
  • Deaf Awareness Week Students on Lawn performing ASL

    International Week of the Deaf commemorated on Flagler's campus

    Sep 23
    This week, students from Flagler’s Deaf Awareness Club worked with faculty and staff to celebrate International Week of the Deaf with education, activities and fellowship.
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    A parent's guide to Family Weekend

    Sep 19
    Time until Flagler’s 2022 Family Weekend is ticking away, and we’ve got the pointers to get you prepared.
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    The Gargoyle continues to win awards in student journalism

    Sep 16
    The Gargoyle, Flagler’s student-run newspaper, placed in two categories for the Society of Professional Journalists 2022 Sunshine State Awards and was a finalist in five categories for the 2022 SPJ Region 3 Mark of Excellence Awards.
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    One-day conference, "Panama and its Indigenous People," coming to Flagler in October

    Sep 15
    This fall, Flagler College is proud to host a one-day conference, “Panama and its Indigenous People,” as a part of National Hispanic Heritage month on Oct. 15 across various campus locations. The conference is coordinated by Dr. Eugenia Charoni, associate professor of romance languages at Flagler.
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