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News Release (January 12, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (January 12, 1967)
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New College News Release, Special to: Herald-Tribune for January 12, 1967; New College News
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Book
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New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
January 12, 1967

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Planning -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Records and correspondence -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
News release
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Four page news release.
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COLLEGE NEWS RELEASE NEW COLLEGE, SARASOTA, FLORIDA FURMAN C ARTHUR INFORMATION SPECIAL TO: Bl!:RALD-TRI'BUNE for January 12, 1967 NEW COLLEGE NEWS Although fo 1 iDTitations to the February 22 Inauguration of N w College President John Elmendorf have just been sent out, replies fro all over the country are coming in, following an earlier "hold the date" .ailing. Oldest college to be represent d will be New College of Oxford University. Founding date of invited institutions are import nt since in the academic procession which open the inauguration, representatives of colleges and univeraitie are in according to th t date. Many other details, co onplace to the older institutions with a background of tradition and staff who have taken part 1u uch ceremonials, are being rigorously tackled by the Inaugural Committee beaded by Attorney Robert B. Van Skike Jr. Since this 1 the fir t inauguration of a president of New College, each proble calls for a new answer, and each decision becomes a tradition. *

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NEW COLLEGE NEWS Paae 2 Dr. David Riesman, professor of aoeial cienc .. at Harvard University and a man who baa b en workius in the ar a of innovatina colleges for some tan years or JJOre will be one of th special guests at the all-college acade ic conference to be held on ca us Saturd y Dr. atesman arrtvsfon Wednesday and will speak {I ) informally with students Thursday afternoon and ore to the student body at their weekly forum Friday eveu1ng. At the forum he will set the tag for the all-day conference the followinn day. Dr. Riesmsn is quite familiar with New College as he participated in a c pus plannin conference here 1n June. Coming to the conference representing the United Church Board for Homeland Ministries Office of Communications will be Mrs. Dorothea LindBey and Mr. and frs. Grief. * Third-year student David Hartley of Uheatland Wyoming, has been ac-cepted at Duke University Medical School s one of twelve students to take part in ias which will find students orkin for both edical and doctor of philosophy degrees. Bartley has been awarded a full scholarship for his work on the doctoral progra and an $1800 annual stipend for the dical On. graduation he will be a qualified acholar in his to relate this to particular of panieular aeient1f1c area dical research and practice. Weekend viaitor to the New Colle e ca ua vas Dr. Paul Bol,..r, profeasor of theology at the Yale University Divinity School &Dd a renowned Kierkegaard acholar. During hia stay hare Dr. Hol ar joined in an undergraduate seminar on the phUoaophy of acience, Mt faculty aembere at the b011e of Dr. and Mrs. Douglaa c. Bersgreu and inforaally met atudenta tor diseuasion at the h010 of Dr. and Mrs. B. Green .. Riley following the special Priday evening forum program ""***

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NEW COLLEGE NEWS Page 3 Two New Colle e students baTe passed the first round of screening in co petition to rec ive fellowships from the Danforth Foundation. Two hundred fel lowship are awarded on a national basis each year and are eagerly sought after aiDce they provide stipenda for students eeking to teach in higher education, and are renewable each year through the gr nting of the doctoral degree. Out of the initial 1850 students recommended by their colleges and universities, 400 will now be interviewed regionally and from this group the final 200 will be selected. The two New College students are Ray Enslow of Peoria, Ill., and Rachel Findley of La Grange, Ill. Ray is a philosophy major and Rachel is aajoring in mathematics. 'II The Alvord Foundation of Washington, D. c., has renewed a special acholarsbip grant for a New Colleg atudent for the third conaecutive year. Maureen Spear, a third-y ar literature major from Sara ota, is the recipient. * Dr. Rolliu B. Posey, chairman of the Diviaion of Social Sciences and profeeeor of Political Science, had a busy Tuesday this week, speaking in the after noon to tho B 'nai B 'r1th Women of Sarasota on nPreeerring Our American System of Government," and in the evening to the Manatee County League of Women Voters on ''BOtU Rule.''

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COLL!G! .. a 4 v. Arthur cVicar, for 18 y ta uperioteud t o uild1 c and rounds at da' C tr e ool ia 11 delphi has e d 1rec:tor of pbystca la t for utiee 1c 4 r 1o ly b a4 ad reaponei-111ty of C. t, 1 hE. t l .. (U t.) Dtrector of 1 n in. C4pt tyle8 will nov ba free o vork in eo ec len wit bv ldinn nd the d elop t t th coll e campu cVic r1 o holds a 4e r lectric 1 in rennsyl-._ ta tat Univerity, 1 0 aus t t r1 d c t 1. t b pr to ly be u .. sociat d vith a jo electrical ft lti n dutiea will ta.tenance of aU il 1 c pu a d pro erty, til .. -3o-


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