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|02/25/2014 - Flagler plays host to international conference on early Franciscan history
Scholars from across the world will travel to Flagler College in March for a conference focusing on the early history of the Franciscans in North America and the indigenous peoples they encountered.
|02/25/2014 - Flagler students present Health Communication Campaign to Jacksonville Transit Authority
Two strategic communication majors at Flagler College recently presented a social marketing campaign to reduce bicycle and automobile-related crashes to the Jacksonville Transit Authority.
|02/25/2014 - CNN’S Griffiths to highlight Communication Week 2014
Richard Griffiths, Vice-President and Senior Editorial Director of CNN will serve as the keynote speaker for Flagler College’s ninth Communication Week, which will take place March 10-13.
|02/25/2014 - CEAM presents “Celeste Roberge: Ocean Floors"
Flagler College and the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will host an exhibition of new sculpture and works on paper by Celeste Roberge. The exhibition, entitled "Ocean Floors," opens to the public on March 7 and will continue through April 19, 2014.
|02/24/2014 - Flagler-sponsored radio interviews paint new picture of Civil Rights Movement
“Black Heritage, Civil Rights, and Contemporary Race Issues in St. Augustine” concluded last month and is now archived on WJCT’s website, www.wjct.org. The radio series was co-produced by Flagler College Associate Professor of Sociology Dr. Casey Welch.
|02/24/2014 - HSARI lecture series continues with talk by Reigelsperger
Diana Reigelsperger, an adjunct professor of Latin American Studies at Flagler College, will speak on March 4 as part of the Historic St. Augustine Research Institute speaker series.
|02/21/2014 - Flagler Theatre Arts Department presents “Dancing at Lughnasa”
Beginning Feb. 21, the Flagler College Theatre Arts Department will present “Dancing at Lughnasa,” written by Brian Friel and directed by Andrea McCook.
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