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    • Flagler College President John Delaney

      John Delaney Named Next President of Flagler College

      Oct 22
      The Flagler College Board of Trustees announces John A. Delaney as the fifth president of Flagler College. The announcement follows the retirement of Dr. Joseph G. Joyner in July.
    • Bukola Adeyemi and Kurt Sebastian

      Flagler College’s Deans’ Awards List Celebrates Fourteen Hard-Working Faculty and Staff Members

      Oct 21
      During the annual Dean's Awards Reception on September 21, 2021 fourteen faculty and staff members were recognized and honored for the impressive work they have done over the past two years.
    • Dona Ann McAdams, “Rancho Seco, Sacramento, California, Sacramento Municipal Utility District,” postcard from the series, The Nuclear Survival Kit: They’re Juggling Our Genes!, 1981.

      Balaschak’s new book ‘The Image of Environmental Harm’ released

      Mar 12
      Dr. Chris Balaschak, associate professor of Visual Arts, recently had his book, “The Image of Environmental Harm in American Social Documentary Photography” published by Routledge.
    • News graphic that has image of newspaper with headline,

      Trustees meet, approve faculty promotions among other items

      Feb 26
      From February 16-19, Flagler College’s Board of Trustees met virtually for their annual winter meeting series. During this period, all divisions from across the campus report on the previous months’ progress since October, when the Board meets for its fall meeting.
    • Michelle Henning playing the piano at Cabaret.

      Flagler alumna, now staff and soon-to-be-graduate student says, 'Yes!' to playing piano

      Feb 26
      As a Spanish and graphic design double major, Michelle Henning never thought playing piano would be her "In" for graduate school. However, what's become an all-too-familiar refrain of the "Caring faculty" at Flagler, has continued to ring true, especially for this 2018 graduate.
    • Image of blue velvet squares hanging on red cord as part of an art exhibit.

      String of exhibitions leaves Mongiovi ready for more

      Feb 26
      Professor Laura Mongiovi recently returned from a Fall 2019 sabbatical, taught during a pandemic and completed an exhibition project in collaboration with the Flagler College Archives.
    • Graphic illustration for A Case of the Mondays which features that title at the top with illustrated figures representing education and teachers underneath.

      New alumna helps us with Monday doldrums

      Feb 25
      If you haven't already listened, you should. New alumna and now staff member, Administrative Assistant in the Education Department Rachel Ihasz, '20, gets busy every Monday ensuring we make it through the day by hosting fun guests on her show, "A Case of the Mondays."
    • Dr. Arthur Vanden Houten

      Flagler professor to offer insight live on tv

      Oct 29
      On Election Night, Tuesday, Nov. 3, Associate Professor of Political Science and Dean of Academic Life Art Vanden Houten will appear on Action News Jax to lend insight on the election during the station’s live election night coverage. Vanden Houten has already appeared once this election season and will again appear the morning after the election for analysis and breakdown of results.
    • Leslie Robison

      Leslie Robison named a Kenan Distinguished Associate Professor

      Oct 12
      Flagler College announced that Leslie Robison has been selected as the Kenan Distinguished Associate Professor of Liberal Education in Art. Her selection was among nine applicants. Her appointment will commence immediately for a term of three years.
    • Tracy Halcomb at Film Screening

      Update: "Cracking Aces: A Woman's Place at the Table"

      Oct 3
      Tracy Halcomb's documentary continues to collect accolades and awards. The award-winning documentary recently played to a sold out crowd in Las Vegas at the Silver State Film Festival during the first week of September. There, it picked up the Audience Choice Award for Best Documentary.
    • A picture of Joe Provenza.

      Longtime Technology Director Joe Provenza bids farewell to Flagler

      Apr 27
      Joe Provenza, the man behind Flagler’s technology curtain, is stepping down from his role as Chief Information Officer today after 18 years at the college. But ask a colleague about his impact, and what you’ll hear has less to do with technological advancements than the director’s legacy of good character and leadership.
    • Nick Cuffy shakes the hand of a retired faculty member while receiving his SASS scholarship

      Retired faculty association award annual scholarship to Nick Cuffy

      Apr 27
      President Joyner hosted the annual Sociable Association of Satisfied Saints (SASS) luncheon and award ceremony on Thursday, April 19. The retired faculty members of SASS chose Nick Cuffy as this year’s scholarship recipient. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded to a student within any major, with a superior grade point average who also demonstrates financial need.
    • Two men standing and listening to another man speaking at the podium.

      Martin and DeLaughter retiring, looking forward to the future

      Apr 25
      Professor Don Martin finishing here, but already starting “something else”
    • Students presenting information on a pull down screen.

      Jacksonville clinic partners with Flagler College consumer behavior course

      Apr 20
      Flagler College’s Leslie Gordon welcomed Volunteers in Medicine (VIM), a non-profit clinic in downtown Jacksonville, to be this semester’s clients in her consumer behavior course. Gordon’s consumer behavior class is a senior-level marketing course that blends studies of psychology, sociology, anthropology, and communication.
    • A playing card with the title of the documentary,

      Flagler's Tracy Halcomb produces "Cracking Aces: A Woman's Place at the Table"

      Apr 20
      This isn’t just another story of a handful of women beating the odds and defying gender stereotypes; this is the story of the pioneering women who broke through the ultimate glass ceiling. “Cracking Aces: A Woman’s Place at the Table” is a feature-length documentary about the women making strides in the male-dominated realm of high-stakes poker. The film was produced by Flagler College communication professor, Dr. Tracy Halcomb.
    • A picture of Jessica Stowell.

      New director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness joins Flagler

      Oct 19
      Flagler College recently welcomed Dr. Jessica Stowell as the college’s new director of Institutional Research and Effectiveness. As director, Stowell will assist academic departments with evaluation and assessment and provide support for program reviews, accreditation visits and reporting to government and other external agencies.
    • Spotlight: Museum Director Julie Dickover

      Oct 19
      The “Spotlight” series offers a glimpse into the lives of those who work behind the scenes to provide an enriching experience for Flagler College students. Faculty and staff featured in the series will be included in periodic faculty and staff newsletters.
    • Flagler student, Nick Cuffy pictured on a bridge

      Flagler community unites to help victims of destructive hurricanes

      Oct 2
      Before Hurricane Maria struck his home country of Dominica, Flagler student Nickel Cuffy tried to contact his family members, to warn them of the powerful storm charging toward the island nation. But efforts, he said, “were futile.”
    • Spotlight: Student Activities Director Kristina Lombardo

      Sep 22
      With around 60 student clubs and organizations, Flagler College has to have someone in charge of such groups, and that’s where Kristina Lombardo comes in. Previously the assistant director of Residence Life, Lombardo is the new director of Student Activities. She is the person behind events such as the infamous Harry Potter Week and Flagler Fest, just to name a few. “College is such a crucial time in students’ lives, and I enjoyed my college years so much, so I want to make sure our students enjoy their time as well,” Lombardo said.
    • Sculpture at the sight of the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam

      Film screening, panel discussion to explore many perspectives of Vietnam War conflict

      Aug 30
      Flagler College’s Dr. Michael Butler, along with WJCT and Florida Humanities Council, will host a film screening and panel discussion on the new documentary “The Vietnam War” on Wednesday, Sept. 6 at Flagler College.
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