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RELE AS E N E w CoLLEGE S A R ASOTA, F L ORIDA 33578 1 89 -1/16/68 813/3 5 5-7 131 Ref : Furman C Arthur SPECIAL TO THE ER.ALD TRIBUNE FOR USE: THUR CJD Y,. J 18 1968 CO SULTANTS VISIT CAt1PUS Ttme Mag zine and General Electric Corp in fairly recent time founded an organization called General Learnin Cor oration. Purpose of GLC is to offer conRultative services to educational inst1tutions at 11 levels to help to provide better ways to educate and to help to these lTays more economical for teacher and student alike in terms of both time and oney. Visiting the College campus for two days thi week were J R Johnson and Philip E McCurdy of GLC, here to invest! ,ate the possibilities of a joint research effort with New Colleg2. One idea would b that N w College mi ht beco e labor a-tory ituation for some of the newer idea in higher education. Main purpoGe of the visit, though, wa to see what New Colle e is doing in its undergraduate education program. NEW SCIENCE GRANT ANNOUNCED Dr. Sarah Jane Ste bene, associate profe sor of chemistry and physics, ha received $51600 Undergraduate Research Participation Grant mot"
NEW COLLEGE Page 2 froa the National Science Foundation. The grant 1e awarded for the support of research by undergradute college stud nto. It will be used to provide stipends for New College students doing full-time reaearch for 10 weeks this summer. The students will work on of their own chooainB under the direction of Dr. Stephens and Associate Professor of Chemistry Dr. Rodger w Griffin Jr. * THIS riEE.K ON CAMPUS TI1e second of two progr s to be offered by pianist Leonid Hambro nd the New Colleg String Quartet will be given Friday for the N w ... e cot unity. Hambro and thQ Ouartet perforuted in a pUblic concert la t night (Wednesday) and will have a different rogra for Friday. On onday, of the ew College AR ociate J a roup of citizens who have pledr,ed active uppot:t of: the college, will meet for dinner on campus and to hear a panel of faculty m r1bers discuss the academic purpose. of th institution. Next Tuesday, second of he lectures on a urvey of draaa from the classic to the rn wi!l be by Dr. N Bryllion Fagin at 4 p.m. in the usic Room of Colleg Hall. Tuesday evening, the firat clas on rinciple d Techniques of Residential Appraising", offered by the Society of Feal Est te Appraisers, will be held in the teaching auditor! of Ba ilton Center with Sarasota County Tax Assessor William N. Stuart with the class beginning at 7 p.m. 30 -