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    Reach Out Raise Up day of service to take place March 9

    Feb 20
    On Saturday, March 9, the bi-annual tradition of more than 200 Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni coming together for a community day of service will take place across St. Johns County. Many of the participating nonprofits hosting the volunteers are repeats, but the student-led group organizing the event said that there is still time to express interest in having volunteers come to your nonprofit.
  • Tracy Halcomb holding Impact Docs award

    Halcomb reflects on sabbatical and festival circuit

    Feb 13
    Professor Tracy Halcomb has had a whirlwind 2018 sabbatical, touring the festival circuit with her documentary on women in poker called “Cracking Aces: A Woman’s Place at the Table.” She and the film’s director, James H. Gilmore, have been everywhere to promote the film and have gained many accolades along the way.
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    Indigo Symposium to expose untold stories of southeastern plantations

    Feb 6
    From Feb. 21 - 23, Flagler College will host the “Deeper Than Indigo: Southeast Textile Symposium.” The symposium provides an opportunity to investigate the rich history of St. Augustine and the Southeastern United States through the lens of the indigo trade and the repercussions of slavery and colonialism. Programming includes speaking events, a self-guided field trip day, public art project, national juried fiber exhibition, documentary film and a luncheon. All speaking events are free and open to the public. Fees are associated with the luncheon and some field trip experiences.
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    Flagler professor attends national television seminar

    Jan 30
    Tracy Halcomb, professor and internship coordinator of communication, spent the week of Nov. 4-9 in Los Angeles for the Television Academy Foundation Faculty Seminar as one of 25 Faculty Seminar Fellows selected from colleges nationwide. The seminar provided attendees the opportunity to meet top executives in television development, production and programming.
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    Professor brings ideas back to the classroom after Paris conference

    Jan 29
    During the winter break in Dec., Associate Professor Chris Balaschak participated in an international symposium on photography and capitalism hosted by the National Institute for Art History and the University of Paris, Pantheon-Sorbonne. He presented a paper on the work of African-American photographer and filmmaker Robert van Lierop during the Mozambique War of Independence during the early 1970s.
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    St. Augustine Film Festival to show local “Cracking Aces” documentary

    Jan 4
    The first local showing of the award-winning documentary, “Cracking Aces: A Woman’s Place at the Table” will take place during the St. Augustine Film Festival’s screening of it on Friday, Jan. 18 at 1:45 p.m. and at 4 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 19. Tracy Halcomb, communication professor at Flagler College and a producer on the film, will be in attendance.
  • Students performing research out in the dune ecosystem.

    Research permit renewed

    Jan 4
    Flagler professor heads gopher tortoise study with national research reserve
  • Emily Wright and Joanna Krajewski

    Flagler professor and alum work together on water issues

    Dec 9
    by Jayda Barnes, '20 Flagler alumna Emily Wright, ’16, saw a spotlight on Dr. Joanna Krajewski, assistant professor of strategic communication, and saw an opportunity to connect with her alma mater. She was developing a summer program at Georgia Institute of Technology. Wright’s office, the Center for Education Integration Science Math Computing (CEISMC), hosts many summer programs at Georgia Tech, including Pursuing Urban Sustainability at Home, or PUSH. This year, PUSH’s topic was about water and science communication, an area of expertise for Krajewski, who spent time doing research on water sustainability, water poverty and climate change before her time at Flagler.
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    St. Augustine sea level rise documentary to show at two upcoming film festivals

    Nov 7
    by Jayda Barnes, '20 “The Oldest City Underwater,” a film by Flagler alumna Mallory Hopkins, ’18, was recently accepted to the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival (FLIFF) and the St. Augustine Film Festival. The two festivals are managed by the same CEO and festival director, Gregory von Hausch. The film explores the realities of sea level rise in St. Augustine, Fla.
  • Students reporting at a political rally in St. Augustine

    Students' assignment culminates with election day results

    Nov 6
    For one group of students in Professor Tracey Eaton’s Advanced Reporting class, today is like their final exams. The process of reflection begins tomorrow as students evaluate and reflect on their performance with their project.
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    WFCF celebrates 25 years

    Nov 2
    On Nov. 1, 1993 at 6:59 a.m., the Flagler College radio station, WFCF 88.5, broadcasted over the radio waves for the first time. This year on Nov. 1, WFCF celebrated its 25th anniversary with a block party with Flagler College students, faculty and staff. Alongside the radio, the station’s manager, Dan McCook, also celebrated his 25 years with the college.
  • Presenter at Fransican conference

    Franciscan conference exceeds expectations, positive outlook for renewed interest

    Nov 2
    On Friday, Oct. 26 the Colloquium on Culture and Religion in La Florida began with a Tibesar Lecture from Dr. John Worth of the University of West Florida. His presentation was titled, “Exploring the Franciscan Legacy in Spanish Florida: Historical and Archaeological Evidence.”
  • Students doing design work as a team.

    Designathon invites local nonprofits to submit design needs

    Oct 30
    The Flagler College department of art and design has announced a 24-hour “Designathon” to begin Friday, November 16 at 5 p.m. Event organizers are planning for it to become an annual fixture on the calendar for local nonprofits to have their design needs realized.
  • RORU volunteers at COA

    Day of Service makes a local impact

    Oct 27
    More than 300 Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni participated on Saturday, Oct. 27 for a day of community service. The Reach Out Raise Up event is student-organized each semester by Flagler College Volunteers (FCV).
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    Hoffman and Clark receive recognition from American Cancer Society

    Oct 22
    Eric W. Hoffman, Ph.D., associate professor of communication and director of the Flagler College Breathe Free campaign, received the American Cancer Society's "In It to Quit It Award" during the Tobacco Free Generation Campus Initiative annual conference in Atlanta.
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    Ideas & Images series continues with look at shared history with Cuba

    Oct 19
    On Oct. 25, Sherry Johnson, Ph.D, professor of history at Florida International University in Miami and research associate at the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute, will share with the audience the ways in which Florida and Cuba connect. Her presentation, titled “Florida and Cuba: Five Centuries of Shared History and Culture” is part of Flagler College’s Ideas & Images series.
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    Fall musical production to feature Broadway actor as part of 50th celebrations

    Oct 18
    From Nov. 7 – 11 in the Flagler College Lewis Auditorium, the Flagler College Department of Theatre Arts will present “All Shook Up,” a musical production based on the music of Elvis Presley and featuring Broadway actor Justin Matthew Sargent. Sargent’s credits include last fall’s “Jesus Christ Superstar LIVE!” (ensemble, John Legend understudy) on NBC, “Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark” (Peter Parker) and “Rock of Ages” (Drew). He will play the role of Chad, a teenager full of angst in a 1950s world of clashing ideas on race, gender and sexuality.
  • Michella Maiorana-Basas

    Maiorana-Basas raising awareness about deaf culture

    Oct 15
    by Jayda Barnes '20 Michella Maiorana-Basas, assistant professor and coordinator for the Deaf Education Undergraduate Program, ensures new developments in not only Flagler College’s Deaf Education department, but in the education of all those who inhabit the deaf education and culture space.
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    Flagler College day of service to take place Oct. 27

    Oct 15
    More than 200 Flagler College students, faculty, staff and alumni will be spread out across St. Augustine on Saturday, Oct. 27 for a day of community service. So far, 13 local nonprofit organizations will benefit from volunteer services performed which will range from a local reserve for exotic animals to assisting the elderly.
  • Leslie Robison

    Leslie Robison named a Kenan Distinguished Associate Professor

    Oct 12
    Flagler College announced that Leslie Robison has been selected as the Kenan Distinguished Associate Professor of Liberal Education in Art. Her selection was among nine applicants. Her appointment will commence immediately for a term of three years.
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