New College Class of 1989 Commencement program
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New College Class of 1989 Commencement program

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Title:
New College Class of 1989 Commencement program
Alternate Title:
New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1989
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Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
1989

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History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Graduation (School)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
College publications
Commencement program
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United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Six page program detailing the order of events for commencement at the New College of the University of South Florida, including location and dates of events, speakers' names and subjects.
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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Commencement NEW COLLEGE of the University of South Florida FRIDAY MAY 1WEN1Y SIXTH NINETEEN HUNDRED AND ElGHlY NINE UNIVERSllY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT SARASOTA SARASOTA FLORIDA

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PROGRAM PRELUDE Booker High School Brass PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren 'ew College facshal ILENT PRAYER Maril)n Marston, ter, Association for Campus Ministry WELCOME Al\'D !:\'TROD CTION Robert R Benedetti PrO\ ost New College ADDRESS Anita L Allen 7 4 Associate Professor Georgetown university Law School ADDRESS Bryan ortoJL Professor Georgia Institute ofTechnology CO:\'GRA TLLATIO:\' FROM TilE UNIVERSITY Frand T. Borkowski President of the niversity CO Of DEGREES Francis Borkow ki and Robert R Benedetti RECE IO:\'AL Berggren

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teven Ro Hawson. General ttulies Painesville, Ohio William John Hinkelman. Sociologr arasota, Florida Leigh Anne Holcomb, Biology Tampa, Florida joan Patricia Hourican. Xatural em-es vpring Hill. Florida Eric Michael Howard, PIJ.J ics Matbetmltics Prattsburg, New 'ork Michael Luke Johnson lfatbematics JacksonYille, Florida Carl Edward )one_. Pbilo, opby Birmingham, Alabama Patrick Deering Keller. ciology Bath, Ohio Helen 01ritine K ,ler. fnteruationai Relations Sarasota. Horida Carol Anne Kienzle, Biologr Sarasota. Florida Moira Robert n K.iltie. Political Science Ridgewood. 'ew jerse) Margareta Shepard Knauff, .\1edier.-al RerUlissance tudies W hington. D. William Gerald latham. Humanilie Orland Florida Tan Manh Le. Pbysics a.rasota, Florida Michael R. Lepore. Jr .. Xaturol Sciences Sarasota. Florida Kimberly Mae .\lathe"\\ Biologr pringfield, Massachusetts Usa Gaye ;\1cGregor. lnternatiorzal Relationsi Ltmguages Oracabessa. )amatca Kath rine Ann Psychology Marengo. lliinoi. Keith A .\Iills. History Da,ie. Florida Mi h. 1 Jelopment Le-canto, Florida Eliz.1beth Taylor Pare', Cellular Biology Tamp;l, Florid. J. Ptluger, Kalb, Illinoi Gin.l P01tri ia Pign, ta, Ps_l 'IJOlogy D:ry. orth CJrolina -h, d Pinsk:. Englisb & .J.merican literahtre Florida Leon Fairfield Porter. Philosophy Ftienne Pracht. Econonu'cs Paramaribo. 'uriname Yan "a Elizabeth Pryputniewicz, Englisb & American LitemttJre Sarasota. Florida Chri topher )rune Reid, Hrmumih'es lchesrer, Yermonr Elizabeth Henricua Rider. Buffalo, 'e w York Grace Roegner, Biology / Social 7beory Altan1onte prings, Florida

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A. Timothy Rogers English & American Literature PhoenL'X, Arizona Kirsten L. Scheibner, Humanities arasota Florida. Robin Lee Schofield International Relations/French Bradenton, Florida. Kama Diann Schultz Classics Oearwater, Florida. Patricia Catherine Secrest Chemistry Mill Creek, Pennsylvania Dona Jeanne tewart, International Relations Marcela Svriger International Relations Safety Harbor, Florida james H TietSWorth, Biology and Chemistry arasota Aorida Wayne tuart Totin, Political Science Fort Myer Florida Peter havvn Tush, Modernism /Art History t Petersburg, Florida. Jesse White, Environmental Studies arasota Florida William C. Wolfe Jr., Mathematics / Economics Decatur, Georgia PlATFORM GUESTS Francis T Borkowski President, niversity of South Florida Robert R Benedeni, Provost. New College Robert V Bar)1ski, Dean U F at Sarasota John M Cranor, m Class of '6"7 and Chairman, Nev. CoUege Foundation Board of Trustees Rolland V. Heiser. President, New College Foundation Douglas C. Berggren, .:-.few College Marshal Anila L Allen, Class of ., Associate Professor Georgetown L'niversity Law School James Feeney, Director. Special Project Developmem, 'ew College ancy E Ferraro Director, Records and Registration Bryan Norton. Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology john D Moore. Olair. Di,ision of Humanities Ola.rlene C. Le\y Chair Dhision of Social Sciences Jane tephens., Clair. Dhi ion of Sciences Maril}n Marston Minister Association for Campus 1\linisuy

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A DISTINGUISHED PAST Founded in 1960 New College opene<.l in 196-i a private college !>tudenl!> would come from all parts of the nation and whose facult) and curriculum would reflect the haghest of excellence ew College attracted immediate national attention for the nature and quali) of it:. academic program The Charter Class of 101 grew into an enrollment of 500. In 1967 when the students were graduated the College won accreditation Soon graduates began to make their in cho:.en careers and in graduate and professional schools As the College matured academically inflationary pressure!> threatened its very life in the early 19-0s. After exploring various Mrategacs for survival the college administration and proposed to the Board of Regent:. of the State University ystem of Florida a novel plan that allowed the institu tion to become a free-standing college within the Univcr it)' of South Florida sharing the campus with the University's regional campus academic program. pecial action by the Florida Legislature set the stage for thi!. unique partner hip to occur. ew College wa continued through a combination of upport from the tate and annual from the New College Foundation Together, they enabled the College to remain small and to continue its distinctive program. While this year s class is graduating thi weekend, members of the previous classes are celebrating their reunions They and the other more than 1800 graduates of the College arc in the midst of dis tinguished careers E1>ents, activities programs and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all without regard to race color, sex, religion, national origin, handicap or age as provided by law and in accordance with the UniL>ersity's respect for personal dignity


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