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    • Student pulling a handtruck with boxes on it and giving a thumbs up with his left hand.

      Move-in Day set for Aug. 24

      Aug 19
      For many of our neighbors, Move-in Day is a day of welcome to our newest community members. On Aug. 24 you can show your Flagler pride and welcome your new Flagler College neighbors by proudly displaying a “Welcome Back Students” sign in your yard or at your place of business. Simply contact Beth Sweeny at 904-826-8679 to request one.
    • Dr. Joyner receiving check from TIAA banking president.

      TIAA Bank donates $10,000 to support education

      Aug 16
      Last week, TIAA Bank President of Florida Banking visited campus to make a $10,000 gift to further scholarships and support a program aimed at helping disadvantaged youth.
    • Jared Olson on top of rock with mountains behind him.

      Student wins journalism award for Pulitzer-supported story

      Aug 6
      Jared Olson, ’20, won second place for Best Feature Story in the student category of the Society of Professional Journalists Florida 2019 Sunshine State Awards. His story, titled “The Displaced Campesinos of Nicolas Ruiz,” was supported by the Pulitzer Center and published in Flagler’s student newspaper, The Gargoyle.
    • President Joyner with $7500 check presented by Wells Fargo employees

      Flagler College receives $7.5k from Wells Fargo for first-generation scholarship initiative

      Jul 18
      On July 18, Flagler College was presented with $7.5k from Wells Fargo for its First-Generation College Students Annual Scholarship initiative. The annual scholarship will be awarded to three students at $2,500 each.
    • Photo of designed drip packets containing coffee

      Graphic design student wins first national ADDY award for Flagler

      Jul 18
      Natalie Harris, ’19, participated in the student division of the American Advertising Awards Competition. Her design for Daily Drip Cold Brew IV Packs won a silver award in the packaging category, making her the first Flagler student to win a national ADDY award.
    • New VP of Student Affairs Sandra Miles

      Sandra Miles named new VP of Student Affairs at Flagler College

      Jul 8
      Dr. Sandra Miles has joined Flagler College as the new Vice President of Student Affairs. Dr. Miles was previously Vice Provost for Student Affairs and Dean of Students at the University of Missouri-Kansas City.
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      2019 graduates share their plans

      Jul 3
      After graduating May 4, alumni from the class of 2019 are already out in the world doing great things. The Career Development Center has compiled some of the most exciting #FlaglerGradStories to share graduates’ plans after college. Here are their highlights:
    • Group of students and professors outside in NYC.

      New York Study Away trip celebrates a decade of learning

      May 24
      This past spring’s trip of 10 students to study the New York art scene marked 10 years of learning on-site. Department of Visual and Performing Arts Chair and Associate Professor Sara Pedigo devised the trip a decade ago to provide direct exposure to an art world that can’t be recreated here in St. Augustine. The typical student makeup includes majors in fine art, graphic design and art history.
    • Two ladies - Robin Cooper and Beverly Carmichael, standing shoulder to should for the camera.

      Seven scholarships awarded at Power of the Purse fundraiser

      May 22
      The annual Flagler College Power of the Purse® fundraiser was once again an unparalleled success, attracting over 340 enthusiastic supporters to the College’s historic Ponce de Leon Hall on May 9. The sold-out event kicked off with a cocktail/mocktail reception, a silent auction of designer purses and a jewelry raffle and culminated with a luncheon in the Grand Dining Room, including memorable comments from several noteworthy speakers.
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      Flagler College-Tallahassee students recognized with top honors at state leadership conference

      May 16
      After excelling at the Florida chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America – Phi Beta Lambda, FBLA-PBL, state leadership conference, four students from Flagler College-Tallahassee will travel to San Antonio, Texas. They will compete against more than 1,800 of America’s best and brightest college students at the PBL National Leadership Conference on June 24–July 2.
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      Flagler trio earn all-conference honors, Anderson receives Elite 15 Award

      May 13
      The Flagler College baseball team placed three of its members on the All-Peach Belt Conference Teams, which were announced last Thursday evening at the pre-tournament banquet at the First Coast Technical College's Character Counts Conference Center. Aaron Anderson and Robert Girgis earned first-team honors while Sean Lawlor took home second-team accolades. Anderson was the recipient of the Elite 15 Award presented by the Education Advisory Board (EAB).
    • Matthew Conner and Natalie Harris on right, win two silvers and gold awards, respectively and hold them up for the camera.

      Three students medal for their graphic design work

      May 9
      On May 4, three Flagler College students attended the district American Advertising Federation awards, the ADDYs, for their work on various advertising campaigns. The ADDYs is the largest awards competition in the industry and is highly regarded as the most difficult advertising award to earn, recognizing excellence and the highest creative standards in advertising.
    • Student in graduation robes looking at camera.

      “May the force be with you” 2019 graduates!

      May 4
      Flagler College handed out diplomas to 422 seniors on Saturday at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre, including 36 locals from St. Augustine and Ponte Vedra Beach. In the spirit of the day known as ‘Star Wars’ day, President Joseph G. Joyner greeted the graduates by saying, “I know where my force comes from, and I hope you find yours too.”
    • Student posing with arms crossed in front of vintage red corvette.

      Flagler introduces new scholarship for male students

      Apr 30
      Two recipients for the Fall 2019 semester have been chosen for the newest Flagler scholarship, the LEAD Fund. Selected incoming male students will receive funding in the form of a scholarship as well as support through the LEAD Fund mentorship program. The mentorship component will pair each student with a member of the advisory board for monthly mentorship sessions.
    • Four panelists sitting behind a table, with Pauline 2nd from right.

      #FlaglerSpotlight on Pauline Tainton

      Apr 29
      Pauline Tainton, ’19, was accepted to present her paper, titled “The Tidepod Challenge – Crisis Turned Into Success,” at the 29th Annual SSCA Theodore Clevenger Undergraduate Honors Conference. This undergraduate conference focuses on the study and practice of communication. It took place April 3-7 in Montgomery, Ala.
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      Student receives national award to teach in Japan

      Apr 29
      AnneMarie Echols, ’19, has been selected as a JET scholar through the Japan Exchange and Teaching program. The JET program is a national opportunity for select individuals to live and work in Japan to teach English to children or work as interpreters and translators. Participants have the opportunity to serve as cultural ambassadors to Japan and promote mutual understanding between Japan and other countries through language and cultural exchange.
    • Three students sitting at registration table.

      Psi Chi International Honor Society volunteers at SEPA annual meeting

      Apr 24
      Flagler College’s Psi Chi International Honor Society volunteered during their spring break with the Southeastern Psychological Association (SEPA). The students provided registration assistance, helped with set up, break down and event coordination, and served as runners. The SEPA annual meeting was held March 20-23 in Jacksonville, Fla.
    • Male leaning against wall eating from a bowl of cereal.

      B.F.A. and B.A. student portfolio exhibition opens May 2

      Apr 23
      The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College are pleased to present the biannual exhibition of work by graduating B.F.A. and B.A. candidates in the Department of Visual Art. The exhibition will open with an artists’ reception on Thursday, May 2 from 5 until 8 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. Additionally, the work will be exhibited during normal operating hours on Friday, May 3, as well as during First Friday Art Walk from 5 to 8 p.m. This is also free and open to the public.
    • Emily Bennet posing next to her poster during poster session event at Honors Day.

      Honors Day events bring recognition to top-performing students

      Apr 18
      Students who excel in undergraduate research were recognized at Flagler College with a series of events. The Honors Day events schedule included honor societies presentations, individual poster presentations, a formal recognition ceremony and a reception for distinguished majors, their families and their faculty sponsors.
    • Group of students posed in front of Molly Wiley Art Building dressed in 80s themed clothes and an old TV front and center

      80s-themed graphic design show open to all

      Apr 18
      On Thursday, May 2 at 6 p.m.in the Virginia Room of the Ringhaver Student Center on Flagler College’s campus, Flagler’s graphic design senior students will be exhibiting their portfolio work. There are 33 seniors exhibiting their graphic design portfolios and found inspiration in the number to make the theme an 80s theme – 33 years ago.
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