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      For alum Marisa Meadows, success began at Flagler College

      Jul 26
      When Marisa (Puthoff) Meadows graduated from Flagler College in 1997, she set an ambitious goal: achieve vice president level at a public relations agency by age 30. Not every young person with a newly minted communications degree would think that was attainable, but Marisa was fortunate.
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      Staff Spotlight: Mary Scine

      Apr 4
      Mary Scine ‘99, coordinator of Flagler’s Missing Voices Project, is a Flagler alumna with a degree in Communication and concentration in Public Relations & Journalism. Scine has held previous careers in public relations, management, and education. At Flagler, she’s worked in the Youth Ministry Program for 8 years, and within that time, has also been an adjunct for the First Year Seminar course for 3 years.
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      Flagler College Com Week 2023: Q&A with PRSSA President

      Mar 3
      Since 2005, the Flagler College Communications Department has invited alumni, communications professionals, and community members to participate in Com Week. It's an opportunity for students to network while gaining valuable insights from leaders and innovators in the fields they are interested in pursuing.
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      Alumna carries skills from her Communications degree into new role as President and CEO of the National Fisheries Institute

      Feb 17
      From press relations for her family’s business of daredevil circus performers to advocating for the men and women who bring fish from the water to our tables, Flagler alumna Lisa Wallenda Picard has been telling the story of people throughout her career.
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      Flagler students to work alongside professional filmmakers with the launch of a Cinematic Arts major

      Feb 3
      A new interdisciplinary Cinematic Arts major at Flagler College will let aspiring filmmakers get involved with all elements of narrative and feature filmmaking in a program designed to model a realistic professional film environment.
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      Faculty Spotlight: MinJi Kim

      Jan 9
      Assistant Professor of Communication, MinJi Kim, received her doctoral degree in Mass Communication from the University of Florida, with an emphasis in Media Psychology.
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      Faculty Spotlight: Paige Chapman

      Dec 5
      Assistant Professor of Communication, Paige Chapman, studied journalism at the University of Florida and fell in love with teaching when one of her professors asked her to adjunct a course after she finished her BS in journalism. She knew she had to do a lot more school to be able to make teaching at the college level her career. She studied news and technology during her master’s at UF and studied health communication and technology for her dissertation at the University of Iowa.
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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.
    • Maiya Mahoney searches for the secrets of longevity through Pulitzer Center grant

      Oct 15
      By Danielle Filjon In sunny Loma Linda, California, there is a community of people who live decades longer than the average American. Fascinated by this concept of longevity, Flagler College student Maiya Mahoney spent the past summer investigating the cause of this phenomenon as part of a Pulitzer Center grant.
    • Columnist from Flagler College Gargoyle wins national award

      Nov 9
      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. The Gargoyle is Flagler College’s online student-run newspaper.
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      Writer from The New Yorker magazine to discuss Syrian crisis, jihadism as part of Forum talk

      Oct 3
      Ben Taub, a staff writer with The New Yorker magazine, will be speaking at Flagler College on Tuesday, Oct. 24 on migrant smuggling across the Sahara and the Mediterranean, jihadism in Europe and Syria and a war crimes investigation into Syria’s president, Bashar al-Assad. His talk, titled "Smugglers, Jihadis and Spies: A brief guide to fraught encounters," is part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series and will be held in Lewis Auditorium.
    • Flagler Forum lecture welcomes national correspondents from McClatchy Newspapers

      Sep 19
      Veteran Washington correspondents David Lightman and William G. Douglas will give a talk at Flagler College on Thursday, Oct. 5, on the political conflicts over the federal budget, debt limits, immigration and tax reform, and the impact those conflicts could have on next year’s midterm elections. Their talk, titled “The bumpy road ahead for Congress: A look at the 2018 elections,” is part of Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy series and will be held in Lewis Auditorium.
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      Gargoyle wins website award in journalism contest  

      Aug 7
      The Gargoyle, the Flagler College’s student-led online newspaper, won first place for Best Website in the Society of Professional Journalists Florida Chapter’s 2017 Sunshine State Awards. The publication took the top award ahead of University of Miami and Lynn University. This also marks the 100th award for The Gargoyle and its staff, all won in the last decade. The Gargoyle's student editors are Mallory Hopkins, Julie Householder and Katie Garwood.
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      Study Abroad in Cuba: An exploration of a country in transition

      Jul 18
      Flagler College students witnessed first-hand the changes Cuba is experiencing, as the socialist country grapples with the impact of its revolutionary past and uncertain future. As part of this summer’s study abroad trip to Cuba, Assistant Professor Tracey Eaton guided students on a Cuban adventure. They met Cuban entrepreneurs, artists, farmers, guides and other locals who shared their perspectives on economic and social conditions, mass tourism, property disputes between the United States and Cuba, the Cuban missile crisis and more.
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      College's news director joins national newspaper board

      Jul 6
      Brian Thompson, who has written an award-winning, weekly column for The St. Augustine Record since 1998, has been named to the board of directors for the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. Thompson, who is also News and Information Director for Flagler College, will serve as the chair of the organization’s national awards contest.
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      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.
    • 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.
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      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.
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      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.
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      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.
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