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News Release (May 4, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (May 4, 1967)
Alternate Title:
Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, May 4, 1967
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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:
May 4, 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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Three page news release.
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I SPECIAL TO THE HERALD TRIBUNE FOR USEa THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1967 Co unity Attends Institute Among the most enthusiastic participants in the recent student run Foreign Affairs Institute conduct d on campus v re more than 60 residents of the area who took adantage of the oppor unity to hear talks by major figures in foreign affairs etudies. Ranks of the Institute participants were swollen also by large contingents fro area high schools and students fro Manate Junior College. The Institute was one of numerous programs on campus open to the general public. Theee have included lectur concerts, art programs, and open houses. Attends tnt rnational Conference Dr. John w French, College Examiner and professor of psychology, will attend an international conference on educational testing in West Berlin May 15-22 Dr. and Mrs. French will fly to the.German city and spend a week at the conference during which ti e the New College facul y mber will give two addresses to conferenc After the conference, the Frenchea will visit London and spend several days there before to campus -more

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NEW COLLEGE Pag 2. First le of the trip, fro the campus to Washington, o. c., will be made in a light plane with Dr. French at th controls. He earned his license last year while the S rasota Coll giate Flying Club, composed ostly of ew Coll e students nd f culty. Returnin the plane from Washington will be P t r w. Od 11, n admis ions counselor t the college, who al o e rned his pilot' lice e as a m mber of th flyine club, Odell will be in hington on an dnission 1: Friday Forums Resume ith the nd of the Independ nt .tudy Period and the resumption of cla e the r gular Frid y Nisht Foru on c mpu will r tomorrow (May 5). A three y r tradition on ca u the Forums speaker!'!, often from th eo unity, who have dinn r with stud nts and then meet with thoae interest d in the p aker's topic, Informal discu sions usually follow the talk. Fir t forum, tomorrow ninht, will bring to c us Milt Pilot, Sr., representing the Veteran of or ign .Jars and s ea inp or. "Your American Heritage," Pilot rv d on th n Bord r in 1916, in France in World War I, and with the u.s. N vy in World War II, He has been po t co nd r for VFW posts, twice post command r of rican Leg on oat nd was a department officer in Texas and ew Jars y for both veteran organization New Faculty Appoint nte Two new faculty members have been a oint d to th Divi ion of H niti re -

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NEW COLLEGE Pag 3 Dr. Willard Humphreys, now a member of the f eultv at Oregon St te University, h s been named aa ociate professor in Philosophy. ers, now t Southern Illinois University, has been n a d s s i tant profe sor of ie. Dr. earned his bachelors degree at Allegheny C ollege, aasters degree at Indiana nd Yale and a doctorate t Yale. In additio to teaching at Oregon State, the new faculty e er also taught at th University of Toledo and Quinnipiac Colle ger 1 p rforming violist, earned his bachelors degree at the University o California and a masters de ree at the University of Southern Calif He has been instructor of viola and chamber music at SIU and chamber mu ic co ch t the University of Illinois. This spring he was released.fro ut to choo wor to he performed by the St. Louie Symphony at StU under rant by the Ro kef 1 r oundntion. 30 -


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