News Release (September 26, 1967)
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News Release (September 26, 1967)

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Title:
News Release (September 26, 1967)
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Special to the Herald Tribune, For Use: Thursday, Sept. 28, 1967; 1 - 20 - Sept. 26, 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:
September 26, 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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SPECIAL TO Tt!F. H .RALD T I lNE 1 20 -ept. 26, 1967 for u e: THURSDAY, 28, 19 7 FULBRIGHT PROGRAM XAMn ED New Colleg President John Elmendorf returned 1 st weekend fr.om acine, Wisconsin, where he wn one of 40 participants in a top-level exa ination of the past performance and future direction of the Fulbtight-Hay Student Exchange Program. Dr. El endorf wa the only representative o a small colle e at t'h conference w lich included such figures s ranci Keppel, now Chairman of the Board of General Le rning Corporation but formerly u.s. Comoissioncr of Education, Kenneth Holland, President of the Institute of International Education, and Charles rankel, Assistant Secretary of State. more

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.n:w COLLEr. Pa 2 Tn addition to hie own long experience with and interest in int rnation 1 educ tional affaire, Dr. F.lmendorf not d College had in ita first raduatin class two Fulbrir,ht cholars, 'cil 01 n of Coco B ch, Florida, who is studying the tic:a in F.ngl nd, nd th r L B r zzon of Port Charlott lorida, who is tud in h tory in p in. her ar al o thr e of the faculty ho hav t ught in for ign countries und t' Fulbri ht grants. They are Dr. obert nox, Ron Kon ; Dr. George y r, India; and Or. B. Gr sh Ril y, Cer ny. d nt 1 endod id th t fr the con r nc which reviewed th 20-y r i tory of t ulbri ht progr and tt m ted to look he d into thcr. xt decad it was OQ cltd d that the program needs to be pand d, t it h rv d it urpo c in fo under tondin etwe n n tionR, t th li s of co unication o ened b ud nt and facult ha pro en to in dev lopin th s undet' tandin Tee nic 1 d t 11 f th ed to e r. El ndorf s fd t at conferenc decid d, but it was agreed th t th Fulbright pror,rnm h b en out t& ding in its accomplish .ents. Th confer nc w s held in cooper tion with th Foreign Schol r hips and the u.s. D part ent o t upported by a grant from tp Johnson Foundation, eonf rene le der invited participant r pr cntatives of ac ic i stit tion foundation gov rn ent nd private or ani% tion ore -

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C LLEr.r. ge 3 FO TY-SI I LO AW!\R ED Fort -fiv c enc m w re $?,r nt d 1 lorn '" Coller,e ca c; in uly. it' t ne t dent, rue marti of le had ben o involv din his ch. i try tudie th t t raduntion time he w s c ndi ee for t e d ee but need d to conplet hi lan ua c requir ent. A ured th.,t c would earn h e d:fplor.ta when he could the odcrn J,anr,ua ,e Association exaoination in Ccr an, rue et to ork with his typical thorou hn sn nd passed the required test few week later. The forty-sixth grapuate of cw CollP.ge now is doin, graduat 9tudies in ehe 1 try at Co cest rn eserv. Un1ver ity. tit TWO STAGE G APHICS DF.ffON TRAT!ON Stud tR t T w will have an op ortunity to ee some intere ti phic art material and to h ar or about thi fi ld on d y wlen Fin rts Tutor Herb rt Stodd rd nd A r x s rta alk appear t the we y Friday orum. Stoddard t chea r ular studio ae sion in rt on c u as ell b ing curator of collections for th college. rs. Ralk lso teache ud nt h intere tins techniques of print king and litho raphy and intains a fine r s press on th colle 's F t Ca pu 30 -


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