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      Crisp-Ellert Art Museum panel on “The Nameless Now: NEFL Artists Respond”

      Sep 18
      In conjunction with our current exhibition "The Nameless Now: NEFL Artists Respond," on view from Sept. 4 through Oct. 24, 2020, the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum will co-host a panel discussion with Flagler College’s Black Student Association on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 5 p.m. in Flagler College’s Auditorium. The in-person portion of the event is limited to Flagler College students, staff, and faculty, while a virtual attendance option is available for everyone.
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      Flagler College fourth in U.S. News’ Best Regional Colleges in South

      Sep 14
      Flagler College was ranked fourth in U.S. News & World Report’s 2021 Best Colleges guide for the Best Regional Colleges in the South. Flagler was also featured as thirteenth on the Best Value list in the south regional colleges category, as well as fourth for colleges in the south with a strong commitment to undergraduate teaching and second for “Most Innovative Schools” among southern colleges. For the first time, Flagler was ranked in the “Top Performers on Social Mobility” category, placing 26th.
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      Flagler College President’s Golf Classic scheduled for Nov. 6

      Sep 11
      The annual Flagler College/WW Gay Mechanical Contractors President’s Golf Classic presented by Ameris Bank will be Friday, Nov. 6 at King & Bear at the World Golf Village.
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      Strauss recognized by Flagler Trustees

      Sep 9
      During a summer meeting of the Flagler College Board of Trustees, the Trustees conferred upon Dr. Susan Strauss, the title of Professor Emerita, effective immediately. Strauss retired after the completion of the 2019-2020 academic year after 20 years in education at Flagler College Tallahassee, of which she joined the faculty in its inaugural year.
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      Former editor of Gargoyle still winning awards

      Aug 28
      Alumna Katie Garwood has brought home another award from her time at Flagler’s student newspaper. She was awarded third place in the “Best Feature Story” category for the college division for the Society of Professional Journalists.
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      Historic Flagler College announces virtual tour

      Aug 19
      From the safety and comfort of your own home, you can now explore the former Hotel Ponce de Leon virtually. The current home of Flagler College, the former luxury hotel famed for its Tiffany Windows, ornate murals and Spanish-Renaissance architecture, is closed to visitors in an abundance of caution during the pandemic.
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      Princeton Review names Flagler College among “The Best 386 Colleges”

      Aug 18
      The Princeton Review’s newest guidebook, “The Best 386 Colleges,” has again included Flagler College among the best American four-year schools. Flagler has also been included in the “Best Southeastern” colleges category.
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      Flagler College appoints Sebastian to Dean

      Aug 10
      Flagler College appointed Dr. Kurt Sebastian, professor of mathematics, to the position of the Dean of the School of Business, Education and Mathematics. His appointment follows the two-year tenure of Associate Professor Allison Roberts, Ph.D.
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      Flagler College selects HealthySite+ solution for student and employee health

      Aug 4
      Flagler College has selected the new HealthySite+ solution from Flagler Health+ to help ensure a safe and healthy environment for employees, faculty and students, as the College plans its Fall reopening. The program provides complete exposure prevention, testing, and management with robust security and HIPAA compliance.
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      Flagler College monitoring Hurricane Isaias

      Jul 29
      Friday, July 31, 2 p.m. Flagler College is continuing to monitor Hurricane Isaias, which is approximately 245 miles southeast of Nassau, Bahamas, moving northwest at 16 mph with maximum sustained winds of 75 mph and higher gusts. St. Augustine is currently within the National Hurricane Center’s 5-day Forecast Cone. The National Hurricane Center has advised there is a risk of impacts from winds, heavy rainfall, and storm surge beginning this weekend along the northeastern Florida coast, and that interests in Florida should continue monitoring progress of this storm.
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      Additional information on COVID-19 key community health indicators and metrics

      Jul 17
      Earlier this week, we promised to release additional information on key metrics and community health indicators that we will use to establish thresholds for alert level assessment given the specifics of Flagler College’s campus operations, as well as an "operations table" that explains what various alert levels mean for those operations.
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      Neisler awarded a Pulitzer Center grant

      Jul 17
      Flagler College senior Jordan Neisler has been awarded a Pulitzer Center grant for her examination of the water crisis in Jordan.
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      Charlene Nowotny is NCAA Women of the Year Nominee

      Jul 15
      Flagler College women’s soccer graduate Charlene Nowotny has been named as one of nine female student-athletes from the Peach Belt Conference nominated for the 2020 NCAA Woman of the Year Award.
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      Framework for COVID-19 key community health indicators and metrics

      Jul 13
      Flagler College continues to closely monitor the rapidly evolving conditions of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our first priority was establishing a Reopening Plan that makes clear the health and safety protocols for our campus in the Fall. Our next priority is regular and public communication of the local conditions for the virus and what that means for our on-campus operations.
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      Faculty Spotlight: Wahl-Temple donates time and masks

      Jul 11
      Resident Artist and Theatre faculty member Elaina Wahl-Temple has donated over 300 handmade masks to hospitals.
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      Kristine Roberts named Flagler College COVID-19 Coordinator

      Jul 10
      Kristine Roberts will transfer from her current role to the temporary appointment as Flagler College’s new COVID-19 coordinator, a position that will see her working closely with the College’s Reopening Task Forces as plans continue to develop for a return to face-to-face classes in the fall. Roberts, who most recently served as an administrative assistant in the College’s Education Department, will report to the Assistant to the President and work in collaboration to plan, develop and implement all aspects for COVID-19 prevention, preparedness and response efforts.
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      Orientation goes virtual with Roar Up!

      Jul 8
      This year to help make our future Saints feel welcomed and prepared for the fall semester ahead, the Division of Student Affairs is planning an on-demand virtual orientation experience called Roar Up! The new event will feature even more campus office participation, as being a fully-online event actually helps include more Flagler offices and departments. Currently, Roar Up! is planned for July 13-17.
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      Flagler College releases Reopening Task Force Report for fall semester

      Jul 7
      As Flagler College continues to chart a new course through the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic and prepare campus for a return to face-to-face classes on campus this fall, our Reopening Task Forces have developed a framework for a healthy Flagler community.
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      Student Town Hall

      Jul 1
      Thank you for taking the time to join in on the Flagler Family Town Hall to discuss the Reopening Task Force Report.
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      Flagler College joins Pledge St. Johns County with commitment to making campus safe

      Jun 30
      Flagler College has joined Pledge St. Johns County, a new community program for businesses and organizations who agree to commit to CDC guidelines and ensure St. Johns County residents, visitors, and employees are safe and comfortable in their establishments in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.