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  • Crisp-Ellert to hold panel on 'Visuality of Race'

    Apr 11
    The Department of Art & Design at Flagler College and Compassionate St. Augustine will hold a panel discussion on "The Visuality of Race: Racism, Civil Rights, and Visual Politics," April 17 at 6 p.m. in the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum.
  • Three people in front of a tree.

    Women of Vision board announces 2018 scholarship recipients

    Apr 11
    Flagler College’s Women of Vision Advisory Board recently awarded scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year to six talented and deserving female students. Mykala Bazzell, Rebecca Guerrier, Charlene Nowotny, Sierra Van Allen, Alyssa Winter and Faith Wyluda have maintained competitive GPAs, while actively participating in and leading campus activities and volunteer work, and demonstrating financial need.  
  • The play Trapped poster depicting cloud of pink smoke.

    Theatre Arts Senior Conservatory 2018 presents 'Trapped'

    Apr 11
    Flagler College’s Theatre Arts Department’s graduating class of 2018 will present two nights of one-act shows, directed and produced by the students themselves, on April 18 and 19.
  • Flagler alumnus, faculty and students team up on new public installation unveiled in St. Augustine

    Apr 4
    Local sculptor and Flagler alumnus Joe Segal’s latest work, “Toward,” was unveiled Wednesday as part of a St. Augustine installation called the “Let Freedom Ring Chimes Project.”
  • Two Flagler College students on a large tractor.

    Flagler College's Enactus team planning St. Johns County farm tour

    Apr 4
    The Flagler College Enactus team and the St. Johns River-to-Sea Loop Alliance have announced their first Agventure Farm Tour. This is the first in a series of tours organized by advocates for an agritourism corridor through southwestern St. Johns County on April 14.
  • Artwork Showcase flyer designed by Kelsey Punch.

    Advanced Sculpture students interpret local history in the form of site-specific artworks

    Mar 28
    Under the direction and coordination of Laura Mongiovi, Flagler College Associate Professor of Art and Design, Advanced Sculpture students selected 10 locations in the downtown area to showcase site-specific artworks. Students worked with the St. Augustine Historical Library to research various locations. Historical information and the physical qualities of each site provided students an opportunity to develop visual concepts that speak to local history.
  • Flagler journalism students win seven Society of Professional Journalists awards

    Mar 28
    Flagler College's online student newspaper, The Gargoyle, won six awards in the Society of Professional Journalists regional 2017 Mark of Excellence Awards, including winning for Best Independent Online Student Publication. Flagler Communication student Jessie Rowan was also a finalist in Feature Photography.
  • Student-athlete in soccer uniform on a soccer field.

    Flagler College wins big at the 33rd Annual Educational Advertising Awards

    Mar 28
    Flagler College entered the 33rd Annual Educational Advertising Awards, sponsored by Higher Education Marketing Report, and won big.
  • Lions Cage finalists at CEO Dinner during Business Week 2018

    Flagler College's Business Week Highlights

    Mar 9
    This year, Flagler College featured several events during Business Week that not only introduced students to strong connections with business professionals, but also allowed students to apply all they have learned in the classroom to real-world experiences. This years central focus was “Embracing Sustainability: Capitalizing on people and Planet to Fuel Ethical Innovations”.  
  • Tinlin House opening.

    Tinlin House becomes new counseling center to Flagler College

    Mar 8
    On March 6, 2018, the Tinlin House opened as Flagler College’s new Counseling Center. The facility is named after Judge Charles J. Tinlin and Mary Tinlin, Flagler’s Associate Director of Counseling. The Tinlin House will hold four offices, a reception area, a kitchen, and two group rooms.
  • The American Advertising Federation logo.

    Flagler students win big at the 2018 "ADDY" awards

    Mar 8
    Flagler College took home 11 American Advertising Federation-Jacksonville (AAF) “ADDY” awards on Feb. 17, including Caitlyn Rees’ “Student Best in Show: Design” win and Nancy Harms’ “Student Best in Show: Advertising” win. The highly-recognized awards honor advertising and creative excellence.
  • Painting of a sewing machine on a desk.

    Professor Sara Pedigo presented her solo exhibition "Apperceptions"

    Mar 8
    Arts and Design Department Chair Sara Pedigo recently traveled to Furman University to present her solo exhibition, “Apperceptions”.
  • AAUW

    Flagler is now a member of the American Association of University Women

    Mar 8
    In honor of Women’s History Month,  Flagler College has joined AAUW, the American Association of University Women, as a Campus/University member.
  • A picture of Rex Wade.

    Russian revolutionary scholar to talk on 'Revisiting the Russian Revolution'

    Mar 7
    Rex Wade, a Russian revolutionary scholar, will be involved in several activities on campus and plans to give a presentation on “Revisiting the Russian Revolution: Popular Expectations, Politics and the Bolshevik Triumph” on Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. in the Flagler Room at Flagler College, 74 King St.
  • A picture of Barbara Blonder with people in the background.

    Professor Barbara Blonder's article recently published in "Castanea"

    Mar 5
    Associate Professor of Natural Sciences Barbara Blonder's research has recently been published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal, “Castanea”. Blonder conducted her research on “Assessing Postfire Vegetative Changes and Implications for Management in a Northeast Florida Coastal Strand Ecosystem”. 
  • The Kennedy Center Logo

    Theatre Arts Students Competed at Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival

    Mar 5
    At this year’s Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), Flagler College’s Theatre Arts students Zach Racine and Elijah Eyerly made it to the final round of the competition. This regional festival features over 250 actors to compete in scenes and monologues over the course of a week until several cuts are made narrowing the field to 16 performers.
  • A picture of Margaret Finnegan.

    Dr. Margaret Finnegan has been awarded the Sr. Mary Delaney Award

    Mar 5
    Flagler College’s Dr. Margaret Finnegan has been awarded the Sister Mary Delaney Award by the Association of College Educators, Deaf/Hard of Hearing (ACEDHH) this year at their annual conference in Tucson, AZ from February 15-17.
  • A picture of Elizabeth Kozlowski.

    Kozlowski to give a lecture on textiles as it relates to the women's labor movement

    Feb 28
    Flagler College welcomes Independent Curator Elizabeth Kozlowski for her lecture, "Woman Against the Machine," on March 7 at 6 p.m. in the Gamache Koger Theatre in the Ringhaver Student Center, 50 Sevilla St. Kozlowski's lecture will investigate the industrialization of textiles; its relationship to the development of the labor movement in the United States; and its enduring influence on the field of contemporary fiber arts.
  • Flagler College Department of Theatre Arts Presents Medea

    Theatre Arts Department to perform “Medea” by Euripides

    Feb 28
    Flagler College’s Theatre Arts students will perform the classic Greek play, “Medea,” from March 21 to 24 at 7:30 p.m. and March 25 at 2 p.m. in the Lewis Auditorium, 14 Granada St.
  • Flagler students work with a St. Augustine nonprofit agency.

    Flagler College students Reach Out with day of community service

    Feb 20
    In what has become a tradition each semester at Flagler College, more than 200 students, along with faculty, staff and alumni, gave back to the local community on Feb. 17 by working with area non-profits in what amounted to 900 hours of service.
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