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    Flagler to offer personal finance and business workshops during inauguration week

    Feb 8
    Flagler College will hold a day of personal finance and business workshops for the community on Feb. 17 focusing on topics like starting a small business, investing basics and estate planning.
  • A picture of Sky Hopinka.

    Experimental filmmaker Sky Hopinka to be CEAM Spring 2018 Artist in Residence Feb. 11-18

    Jan 22
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will host experimental filmmaker Sky Hopinka as the CEAM Artist in Residence for Spring 2018. During his visit, Hopinka will work closely with Flagler College students and faculty through class visits and critiques, and will give a workshop for Flagler students. The museum will screen a selection of Hopinka’s short films, including “Dislocation Blues” (2017), “Anti-Objects” (2016), “I’ll Remember you as you Were, not What You’ll Become,” (2016) and “Visions of an Island,” (2016) on Feb. 12 at 6 p.m. in Kenan Hall on the Flagler campus, room 300. The screening, followed by a short Q & A, will be free and open to the public.
  • A picture of Andrew Nagorski.

    Ideas and Images presentation to focus on Russia's past, present and future

    Jan 22
    Flagler College’s Ideas and Images lecture series will host Andrew Nagorski, former senior editor of Newsweek International and former vice president and director of public policy for the East/West Institute on Feb. 15 at 7 p.m. Nagorski’s talk is titled “From the Soviet Union to Putin’s Russia” and will focus on Russia’s history, current actions and future prospects. Nagorksi’s talk will be presented in the Lewis Auditorium, at Flagler College, 14 Granada St.
  • A picture of Joseph Joyner.

    Flagler College to hold week of events for inauguration of President Joyner

    Jan 19
    Flagler College will celebrate the inauguration of Dr. Joseph G. Joyner as the fourth president of Flagler College with a week of community-focused events in February centered around the theme of “Citizenship in a Diverse Democracy.”
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    Flagler College to show ‘Dare Not Walk Alone’ and hold panel on civil rights movement

    Jan 17
    Flagler College will hold a public screening of the documentary "Dare Not Walk Alone" followed by a panel on the legacy of the civil rights movement on Jan. 28 at 5 p.m. in the Lewis Auditorium.
  • Flagler to host Naturalization Ceremony as part of Inaugural Week

    Jan 17
    Flagler College and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services will hold a Naturalization Ceremony on Feb. 21 in the Lewis Auditorium for approximately 50 individuals as part of the college’s Inaugural Week for new President Dr. Joseph G. Joyner.
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    Flagler College to host annual St. Augustine Film Festival

    Jan 10
    Beginning Jan. 18 and running through Jan. 21, Flagler College will play host to the Saint Augustine Film Festival, featuring films from Syria, Georgia, Afghanistan, Poland, Estonia, Trinidad and Tobago, and the United States, among others.
  • Jibade-Khalil Huffman

    Crisp-Ellert to feature work by Jibade-Khalil Huffman

    Jan 8
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to announce "A Tondo for Rajon Rondo," an exhibition of recent work by Jibade-Khalil Huffman, including video, photography and sculpture. The exhibition will kick off with an artist talk on Friday, Jan. 19 at 5 p.m. in the Gamache-Koger Theater in the Ringhaver Student Center on the Flagler campus, followed by an opening reception from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
  • A picture of Laurie Stoff.

    Ideas and Images presentation to focus on Russian women and the Great War

    Jan 7
    Flagler College’s Ideas and Images lecture series will host Dr. Laurie S. Stoff, Senior Honors Faculty Fellow at Barrett, The Honors College at Arizona State University, for a talk on “American Women and the Russian Revolution Then and Now” on Jan. 24 at 7 p.m. in the Flagler Room of Ponce de Leon Hall, 74 King St.
  • Joanna Krajewski

    Spotlight: Strategic Communication's Joanna Krajewski

    Jan 5
    Now that her first semester at Flagler College is complete, Dr. Joanna M. T. Krajewski has found a balance between educating students on the world of strategic communication, and focusing her free time on her own personal research concerning sustainable practices.
  • A picture of Lauren Curtis.

    Flagler student wins Lighthouse and Maritime Museum logo design

    Jan 4
    A winner has been chosen from among 34 submissions from Flagler College Professor Natalie Stephenson’s design classes for a new food concept at the St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum. Lauren Curtis’ torpedo design will be the logo for the Tin Pickle Local Gedunk, a snack counter in the newly restored World War II Garage, recently unveiled during the Museum’s Grand Opening in September. 
  • Flagler Honors Program students in Palm Cottage.

    Flagler's Honors Program has moved to the Palm Cottage

    Jan 4
    The Flagler College Honors Program is no longer without a home; students recently moved their operations to the Palm Cottage. A committee of Honors students moved into the Palm Cottage at the end of the 2017 fall semester.
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    Flagler College announces Kahler Award to Melissa Southwell

    Jan 4
    Flagler College announced that it has awarded Melissa Southwell, associate professor of Natural Sciences, the 2018 Kahler Grant for her proposal “Shoreline Development and Coastal Hazards.”
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    Flagler Forum lecture to focus on "The Golden Age of Grievance"

    Jan 4
    Domenico Montanaro, NPR’s Lead Editor for Politics and Digital Audience, will give a talk on “The Golden Age of Grievance” at the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy on Feb. 1 at 7 p.m. in the college’s Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada St.
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    Flagler Forum lecture to focus on online journalism during Trump era

    Jan 4
    Nicholas Johnston, one of the founding editors of online media company Axios, will speak at Flagler College’s Forum on Government and Public Policy on Thursday, Feb. 8, about the complexities of building a media company during the Trump presidency.
  • Flagler College receives Florida Humanities grant to hold summer program for high school students

    Dec 20
    High school students from across the nation and our state will have the opportunity to learn about the academic disciplines of the humanities at Flagler College, specifically focused on St. Augustine, thanks to a $20,000 grant from the Florida Humanities Council.
  • Flagler College Named a 2017-2018 Military Friendly School

    Dec 19
    Institutions earning the Military Friendly School designation were evaluated using both public data sources and responses from Victory Media’s proprietary survey. For the first time, student survey data was taken into consideration for the designation. More than 1,300 schools participated in the 2017-2018 survey with 849 receiving the designation.
  • A picture of the new board members of Women of Vision.

    Flagler's Women of Vision welcomes new board members

    Dec 14
    Flagler College’s Women of Vision Advisory Board, which provides scholarships and opportunities for women who attend the college, welcomed six new members recently. They include Robin Borland, Letti Bozard, Araan Burnett, Lisa Chismark, Paula Fallon and Susan Joyner. 
  • Deaf Ed Masters graduates at Flagler College December 2017 graduation

    Another college milestone as first master's graduates receive diplomas

    Dec 14
    Three students receiving diplomas at Flagler’s fall graduation ceremony represented a major milestone for the college: the first students to graduate from the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Master’s Program. The college’s first master’s program was launched in 2016 as a distance-learning program, and Mary Catherine Serfilippi, Miranda McMillan Slusser, and Olivia Grace Williams joined more than 180 undergraduate students for the commencement on Dec. 9.
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    Bloomberg News' Craig Gordon to discuss fake news at Flagler Forum

    Dec 14
    Craig Gordon, Washington Bureau Chief for Bloomberg News, will give a talk on “Trumping Fake News: Facts in the Age of Trump” at the Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy on Jan. 16 at 7 p.m. in the college’s Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada St.
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