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  • Lenny Foster, Janie Price, from Porch Portraits series, 2022.

    CEAM Fall Artist Residency with Lenny Foster

    Feb 14
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum (CEAM) is delighted to announce St. Augustine-based photographer Lenny Foster as Artist in Residence this February and March. A conversation with Foster will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 6 p.m. in the Virginia Room in the Ringhaver Student Center (50 Sevilla Street). This event is free and open to the public and will be live-streamed for those unable to attend in person. You can find the live stream link here.
  • Teacher of the Year Ceremony 2023

    Twelve Flagler alumni nominated for St. Johns County Teacher and Rookie of the Year

    Feb 10
    After graduating from Flagler College, many alumni choose to stay in the region, pursuing their passions and making the community an even more vibrant place to live.
  • Lucas Scotch headshot

    Staff Spotlight: Lucas Scotch

    Feb 7
    Lucas Scotch, coordinator of marketing and communications for the Division of Continuing Education, graduated with honors from Flagler College in 2022.
  • Flagler senior curates on campus market featuring artisanal, hand-crafted products

    Feb 6
    A cluster of tents lining the main sidewalk of Flagler’s West Lawn has become an anticipated sight on campus for many who look forward to browsing hand-crafted products from local artisans on their lunch break.
  • Michael Moss headshot

    Pulitzer-Prize-winning Forum speaker, Michael Moss, to discuss America's junk food addiction

    Feb 6
    Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will host Michael Moss to present his public lecture entitled, “Hooked: The Science behind America’s Fast-Food Addiction.” Moss will speak on Thursday, March 2, at 7 p.m. in the Lewis Auditorium. This lecture is free and open to the public.
  • Barbara Blonder Headshot

    Faculty Spotlight: Barbara Blonder

    Feb 6
    For almost 20 years, Professor Barbara Blonder has been a beloved faculty member of Flagler’s Natural Sciences Department. During her time at Flagler, Blonder has left a lasting impact on the College. She has served as Director of Undergraduate Research, Chair of the Faculty Senate, and was an instrumental figure in establishing the Coastal Environmental Science major. In 2020, Blonder extended her impact into the local community, being elected as a Commissioner for the City of St. Augustine.
  • Jim Gilmore with student

    Flagler students to work alongside professional filmmakers with the launch of a Cinematic Arts major

    Feb 3
    A new interdisciplinary Cinematic Arts major at Flagler College will let aspiring filmmakers get involved with all elements of narrative and feature filmmaking in a program designed to model a realistic professional film environment.
  • Generic photoshoot student picture

    Flagler Advanced Child Psychology students take coursework out of the classroom into local preschools

    Jan 27
    When students show up for Flagler’s Advanced Child Psychology course, it’s rarely in a campus classroom. More often they’re found at local preschools where they’re gaining real-world experience while serving as a resource for students and teachers.
  • Students holding dog toys made for local shelter

    Flagler's MLK Day of Service inspires students to give back to the local community

    Jan 20
    Senior Strategic Communications Major, Carly Hargroves, joined her peers in volunteering for multiple St. Augustine organizations on Flagler’s MLK Day of Service. Hargroves reflects on the service project she participated in and the importance of giving back to the community in honor of MLK Jr.’s legacy.
  • Sculpture

    Timothy Stanley’s “Ursula” opens at CEAM

    Jan 18
    The Crisp-Ellert Art Museum and Flagler College welcome artist Timothy Stanley, whose multidisciplinary practice includes sculpture and experimental fiction alongside digital and interactive components.
  • St. Augustine Film Festival

    Flagler College acts as the backdrop for the St. Augustine Film Festival

    Jan 13
    For 13 years, independent filmmakers, actors, and producers come to our historic city for an experience celebrating the art of cinematic storytelling.
  • Hedrick Smith headshot

    Pulitzer Prize-winning Forum Speaker Hedrick Smith to discuss “Putin, the U.S. and the New World Order”

    Jan 9
    Flagler College Forum on Government and Public Policy will present a lecture by Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, Hedrick Smith on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 7 p.m. in the Lewis Auditorium. Smith will take a closer look into global affairs by examining “Putin, the U.S. and the New World Order.”
  • MinJi Kim headshot

    Faculty Spotlight: MinJi Kim

    Jan 9
    Assistant Professor of Communication, MinJi Kim, received her doctoral degree in Mass Communication from the University of Florida, with an emphasis in Media Psychology.
  • Julie Dickover headshot

    Staff Spotlight: Julie Dickover

    Jan 9
    Director of the Crisp-Ellert Art Museum, Julie Dickover joined Flagler's staff in 2010 after a decade in Los Angeles where she worked in commercial galleries and as the museum registrar with a UCLA art museum. For the more than 10 years she's been at Flagler, Dickover has overseen all elements of CEAM and worked with other campus groups and departments to foster robust programming and opportunities.
  • Vintage Rotunda Christmas Tree

    Rotunda Christmas Tree serves as a longtime symbol of Flagler's holiday spirit

    Dec 15
    The Rotunda of Ponce de Leon Hall is a magnificently ornate and spacious focal point of Flagler College’s campus. And every holiday season since 1985, the College has sought to decorate the space with an equally spectacular Christmas Tree that serves as a constant symbol of Flagler’s holiday spirit for students, employees, and alumni alike.
  • Students reading core value pledge at Baccalaureate 2022

    Baccalaureate 2022: Celebrating the achievements of Flagler College seniors

    Dec 9
    Flagler College seniors gathered for an intimate ceremony recognizing how far they’ve come, and their path into the future during the Fall 2022 Baccalaureate.
  • Jenna Stickley

    Staff Spotlight: Jenna Stickley

    Dec 5
    Visitor Services Coordinator Jenna Stickley has worked in many different areas during her career. But when her daughter enrolled at Flagler in 2019 and they found their dream house on the St. John's River, she decided to pursue a career with the College.
  • Headshot of Paige Chapman

    Faculty Spotlight: Paige Chapman

    Dec 5
    Assistant Professor of Communication, Paige Chapman, studied journalism at the University of Florida and fell in love with teaching when one of her professors asked her to adjunct a course after she finished her BS in journalism. She knew she had to do a lot more school to be able to make teaching at the college level her career. She studied news and technology during her master’s at UF and studied health communication and technology for her dissertation at the University of Iowa.
  • Headshot of Trustee Rick Groux

    Alumnus and Trustee, Rick Groux, provides significant philanthropic support for Ponce restoration efforts

    Dec 1
    Most students only get the chance to live in Ponce Hall for one or two years during their time at Flagler, but Trustee and donor Rick Groux was lucky enough to spend the entirety of his college experience living there.
  • Signing in President's office of Bermuda College articulation agreement

    Flagler certifies collaborative relationship with Bermuda College

    Nov 17
    A 2014 Coastal Environmental Science trip to Bermuda was the catalyst for a young working relationship between Flagler and Bermuda College that was made official through the signing of an articulation agreement last month.
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