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Flagler News in Brief

Nov 21, 2017

  • Felix R. Livingston, professor of Economics and director of the Honorable Entrepreneurship Program, will have his book, "On the Private and Public Virtues of an Honorable Entrepreneur," published next summer by Lexington Books, an imprint of The Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.
  • Spring 2017 graduate and former Gargoyle writer Roxie Steward won Honorable Mention in the College Media Association’s 2016-2017 Pinnacle Awards in the Best Column category.  Other award winners included the University of Kansas, the University of Texas at Dallas, Mercer County Community College and Rice University.
  • Jim Springfield has been appointed director of Human Resources after serving in the position for three months as the interim director. Springfield held leadership roles at the St. Johns County School District for 19 years, including the position of Associate Superintendent of Human Resources.
  • Flagler College Communication students Colleen McPhee, Erica Riccio-Polletta, Danielle Labbe and Michelle Zaldivar presented at the Popular Culture Association in the South Conference in Savannah, Ga. The panel was organized by Associate Professor Matthew Wysocki with assistance by Associate Professor Kristine Warrenburg. Wysocki presented his own research at the conference: “You are the world’s worst detective.” The Nice Guys and the Unofficial Official Detective.
  • News and Information Director Brian Thompson's weekly column in The St. Augustine Record recently won first place in the Florida Press Club’s 2017 Excellence in Journalism awards for commentary writing. This is the 8th time he has won for commentary in the competition.
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