College/University Partnership

 Daytona State College WISE Program

Wisdom in Senior Education

The Daytona State College Foundation offers this program to promote and share academic college resources with the senior community in an enjoyable format.  WISE programs are held from 2 to 3:30 pm at the Daytona Beach Campus of Daytona State College.

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WISE Fall 2017 Program Schedule

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NCCWSL

National Conference for College Women Student Leaders held at the University of Maryland, College Park every summer.  The Flagler Branch sends one young woman from the Flagler Campus of Daytona State College to this premier leadership conference each year.  NCCWSL was held this year May 31 – June 3, 2017. 

Larisa Kupinszky was selected as our 2017 attendee to NCCWSL.

Past NCCWSL Recipients 

2016 – Jaynie Krasowski

2015 – Ashley Fallon

2014 – Carrie Hartnett

2013 – Kimble Medley

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STEM Scholarship – a $750 scholarship is awarded annually to a Daytona State College student who is majoring in a STEM field.  This is a joint award funded by the Flagler, Daytona Beach and New Smyrna Beach branches, with a $250 contribution from each branch.

2016 – Morgan Walker

2015 – Mina El Karmadi

2014 – Mina El Karmadi

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AAUW Flager / DSC Events

January 20, 2015 – Nutrition Workshop – The Flagler Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) presented a program on “Nutrition – Eating on the Run” for students at the Daytona State College Flagler Campus.  Sally Smeaton, a registered dietician and member of AAUW, gave the presentation – healthy snacks were provided by the Flagler Branch of AAUW.

October 22, 2015 – Fashion Show – Branch members, under the direction of DSC Liaison/Membership Chair Lorrie Blue-Angle presented a “Dress to Impress” event at the Daytona State College-Flagler/Palm Coast campus at 2:00 pm.  With a collection of “gently used” clothing, dress shoes, purses, scarves and costume jewelry donated from branch members and local second hand shops, college students learned how to dress appropriately for job interviews and work while staying within a budget.

April 19 and 21, 2016Free Women’s Self-Defense Classes – AAUW Flagler  sponsored self-defense classes at the Daytona State College Flagler/Palm Coast Campus in Building 3, Room 115-116 from 3:30 -5:30 pm.  The program was presented by Sgt. Mike Lutz of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Off, Community Outreach Division.  This activity was comprised of 2 two hour classes (total of 4 hours.)  Attendants received safety information as well as hands-on defensive training, culminating in a physical test against the instructor with a padded suit in the second class.  Participants were required to attend the first class in order to participate in the second class.  Females of all ages were welcome – female students as well as friends and family members of students.

March 23, 2017 – Panel Discussion “Successful Women Sharing Career Strategies” – Lorrie Blue-Angle, AAUW Flagler’s Daytona State College liaison, with the help of branch member Kathy Burns, arranged a panel discussion at the Flagler/Palm Coast Campus.  Panelists included Faith Alkhatib – Flagler County Engineer, Andrea Barr – Technology Business owner who formerly worked for APPLE, Milissa Holland – Mayor of Palm Coast, Carmenda Laymon – Social Media Business owner and Kaiti Lenhart – Supervisor of Elections for Flagler County.   These local women shared with students strategies that they have employed that have lead them to success in their fields. The discussion was moderated by Dr. Nancy Duke, Associate Professor at Daytona State College.