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Commencement NEW COLLEGE of the University of South Florida FRIDAY, MAY TWENTY THIRD, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND EIGHTY SIX UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT SARASOTA SARASOTA FLORIDA
CA DlDATES FOR TH DEGRE E O F BACH ELOR OF AR T S Pauline Aderna, Anthropolog: 1 Ps:cholog:-. 1 ociolog;. Li a Fu: o, Hwnanitie Williamsville, ew York olon, Ohto Ze nep AI an, Economics lstanhul, Turkey Jame F. Belanger, Economi Win low, Mame Deborah Robin Bcrwt k, Political etence Caraca enezuela Tammy L BO\vman, 'atttral 'czence Tip Cit hio Martin Ba ler Clea er, ChemistT) Jack enville Florida Greg Cooper, P -.;cholog-:v We t Che ter, Penn ylvania Terri Jayn Drake, Literature Fort \X'alton Beach, Florida Karen Anne Duhring, Enl'ironmentaL tudies Toledo, hto \X'illiarn Jefferey Edenfie ld, Chemi. O) I Biology Jack onville, Florida Nichola Anthony E er ole panish/French Cincinnati, Ohio herri Lynn Fredenck, Clmical Ps'\chology Lookout Mountain, Colorado Tra ey G. Gallagher, Hi toT) ara ota, FlonJa Ja on Dov. Glance, Fme Art Win tonalem, orth Carolina Kelly L ee Griffin, czenttfrc cmd Literar: Thot
Program PRELUDE West Coast Brass Quintet PROCESSIO:-.IAL Douglas C. Berggren, ew College Marshal INVOCATIO, Jame G. Moseley, Professor of Religion WELCOME A 'D L TRODUCTIO 'S Robert R. Benedetti, Provost of the College GREET!, GS FROM THE Damel F. Chambliss, Assi tant Profe or of Sociology Hamilton College GREETINGS FROM NEW COLLEGE, OXFORD U IVERSlTY Harvey McGregor, Warden CO 'GRATULATIO:--JS FROM THE U. IVERSlTY Gregorv M. St. L. O'Brien, Provost of the University CO, FERRI G OF DEGREES Gregory M. St. L. O'Brien BEL EDlCTlO Marilyn Marston, Minister, Ecumenical Board for Campus Ministry Marshal Berggren
Sybil Aurora Lombillo, Biology aple Florida Jeffrey Michael Marmaro, Biology Sarasota, Florida Deborah Lynn Matthews, Biology Sara ota, Florida David Clark McCan, Anthropology and Philosophy Delray Beach, Florida Mary A. McElhinny, Literature Birmingham, Michigan Joyce Marie Mei ner, Literature Merritt Island, Florida Kathleen Ann Mock, Literature I Psychology Sara ota, Florida Jo eph P. Murphy, Mathematics / Medieval Studies Mount Pleasant, South Carolina Lance Braithwaite ewman, English and American Literature Albuquerque, ew Mexico Judith Ann 1 ewton, Economics Smithfield, Rhode Island William Francis Patton, Music T allaha see, Florida Carla Gwen Perkins, Fine Arts Sarasota, Florida Bret Pettichord, Philosophy /Mathematics Binghamton, New York Carole Purdy, Fine Arts Silver Spring, Maryland Cheryl Suzanne Roesel, Biology Bradenton, Florida Carla Diane Schroer, Machine Logic Jacksonville, Florida Rey Antonio Lerma Sia, Biology Westfield, New Jersey Howard Albert Smith, Modem European Hiswry and Literature Fort Pierce, Florida Peter John Spanolios, Social Studies Tarpon Springs, Florida Eugene Robert Stackpole, General Studies Middle Island, New York Jonathan Robert T rushenski, Economics Sauk Rapids, Minnesota Jonathon B. Turner, Sociology Weston, Connecticut Julie T. Viens, Psychology St. Albans, Vermont Steven Mitchell Wells, Humanities Baskerville, Virginia Constance Jean Whitesell, Humanities Sarasota, Florida David Alan Wilkens, Mathematics Coral Springs, Florida
Elisa Jean-Pasquarello Wilson, Literature Tampa, Florida Charles Donald Woodard, Mathematics /Physics Melbourne, Florida Austin Eric Works, Public Policy Oakland, Maine PLATFORM GUESTS Gregory M. St. L. O'Brien, Provost, University of South Florida Robert R. Benedetti, Provost, New College Robert V. Barylski, Dean, USF at Sarasota Rolland V. Heiser, President, New College Foundation Douglas R. Berggren, New College Marshal Daniel F. Chambliss, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Hamilton College Laszlo Deme, Chairman, Social Sciences Division, New College Douglas Langston, Chairman, Humanities Division Marilyn Marston, Minister, Ecumenical Board for Campus Ministry Harvey McGregor, Warden, New College, Oxford University James G. Moseley, Professor of Religion, New College Jane Stephens, Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences
The First Twenty .. Five Years Founded in 1960, New College opened in 1964 as a private college whose students would come from all parts of the nation and whose faculty and curriculum would reflect the highest standards of excellence. ew College attracted immediate national attention for the nature and quality of its academic program. ew buildings arose on campus. The Charter Class of 101 grew into an enrollment of 500. ln 1967, when the first students were graduated, the College won accredita tion. Soon graduates began to make their marks in chosen careers and in graduate and profes sional schools. As the college matured academically, inflationary pressures threatened its very life in the early 1970's. After exploring various strategies for survival, the college administration and trustees pro posed to the Board of Regents of the State University System of Florida a novel plan that allowed the institution to become a free-standing college within the University of South Florida, sharing the campus with the University's regional campus academic program. Special action by the Florida Legislature set the stage for this unique partnership to occur. New College was continued through a combination of support from the State and annual grants from the New College Foun dation. Together, they enabled the College to remain small and to continue its distinctive program. This year's commencement brings to a close the celebration of the 25th year of the founding of ew College and of the tenth year since the College became a part of the University. More than 1600 men and women have graduated and many are already in the midst of distinguished careers. T oday's commencement celebrates the life span of New College and all of those faculty, students, staff, and trustees who have helped it to continue. Events, activities, and facilities of the University of South Florida are available co all without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, Vietnam or disabled veteran status, handicap, or age, as pro by law and in accordance with the University's respect for personal integrity.