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New College Class of 1991 Commencement program

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Title:
New College Class of 1991 Commencement program
Alternate Title:
New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1991
Physical Description:
Book
Creator:
New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
1991

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Graduation (School)
Genre:
government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
College publications
Commencement program
Spatial Coverage:
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 TWENTYFOURTH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-ONE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT SARASOTA SARASOTA, FLORIDA

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Joseph Alia, Chemistry Bronxville, New York Sally Kay Alt, Socidogy Salt Lake City, Utah Joseph Angelini, Humani!ie.s Sarasota, Florida Bradley Stephen Bankston. Cultural Theory Baton Rouge, Louisiana Elame Joyce Barnes, Biology Charleston, South Carolina Joshua Arthur Benjamin, Hi.swry Secaucus, New Jersey Justin Bloom, Environmental Studies Baltimore, Maryland Stephanie Ann Bohlman, Erwironmenral Studies Matteson, Illinois Patricia Jean Bonello, Psychology Sarasota, Florida Arlynda Lee Boyer, Social Sciences Galax, Virginia Kristin Marie Boyle, Psychology Annandale, Virginia Laura Beth Branstetter, Anthropology Jacksonville. Florida Laney Anne Bruner, Sociology/Geronrology Gulf Breeze, Florida Ann Marie Burget, Economics Tampa, Florida Michael Harry Campbell, Latin American Studies/Psychology Rome, New York Sherri Lea Clements Bunch, European Studies Pensacola, Florida Nancy Isabel Cohen, Music!Literatuu Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Christopher David Coldren, Chemistry Aurora, Colorado Stacey Ann Curtis, Political Science/Econamics Orlando, Florida Matthew T. Davidson, Religion Pensacola, Florida Gwen Yvonne Davies, Psychology Indianapolis, Indiana Rodrigo Raul Oiaz, Philosophy Tampa, Florida Kim Dickson, Humani!ie.s Key West, Florida Glenn C. Douglas, Biology Johnson City, Tennessee Catherine Anne Dowie, Hi.swry Sarasota, Florida Joanne Marie Dramko, Fine Arts Tampa, Florida Ann Jean Dwyer, Natural Sciences Seattle, Washington Michelle Egan, British & Ammcan literature Ridgefield, Connecticut Victor Charles Engel, Environmental Studies TirusvUie, Florida Michael John Ferguson, British & American Literature Sarasota, Florida Pamela J. Fetterman, Environmental Studies Indiana, Pennsylvania Tracy Lynn Fillmore, Art/Literature Marietta, Georgia Alexander Fishberg, Biology Fredericksburg, Virginia Samantha J. Fuqua, Sociology Flat Rock, North Carolina Denny Genovese, Music Sarasota, Florida Andrew Seth Gottlieb, Latin Ammcan Studies/Literature Rockville, Maryland Terri Ann Hague, Sociology Tampa, Florida Geoffrey Kellogg Harris, Chemistry Sarasota, Florida C. Allen Henderson, Biology Sarasota, Florida Helen Hope Henderson, Anthropology Tallahassee, Florida

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Joseph Alia, Chemistry Bronxville, New York Sally Kay Alt, Sociology Salt Lake City, Utah Joseph Angelini, Humanities Sarasota, Florida Bradley Stephen Bankston, Cultural Thtary Baton Rouge, Louisiana Elaine Joyce Barnes, Biology Charleston, South Carolina Joshua Arthur Benjamin, History Secaucus, New Jersey Justin Bloom, Envirorrment4l Studies Baltimore, Maryland Stephanie Ann Bohlman, Enviromnent4l Studies Matteson, 11linois Patricia Jean Bonello, Psychology Sarasota, Florida Arlynda Lee Boyer, Social Sciencts Galax, Virginia Kristin Marie Boyle, Psychology Annandale, Virginia Laura Beth Branstetter, Anthropology Jacksonville, Florida Laney Anne Bruner, Sociology/Gerontology Gulf Breeze, Florida Ann Marie Burget, Economics Tampa, Florida Michael Harry Campbell, Latin American Studies/Psychology Rome, New York Sherri Lea Clements Bunch, European Studies Pensacola, Florida Nancy Isabel Cohen, Music/Literature Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Christopher David Coldren, Chemistry Aurora, Colorado Stacey Ann Curtis, Political Science/Economic.s Orlando, Florida Matthew T. Davidson, Religion Pensacola, Florida Gwen Yvonne Davies, Psychology Indianapolis, Indiana Rodrigo Raul Diaz, Philosoph-y Tampa, Florida Kim Dickson, Humanities Key West, Florida Glenn C. Douglas, Biology Johnson City, Tennessee Catherine Anne Dowie, History Sarasota, Florida Joanne Marie Dramko, Fine Arts Tampa, Florida Ann Jean Dwyer, Natural Sciences Seattle, Washington Michelle Egan, British & American Literature Ridgefield, Connecticut Victor Charles Engel, Environmental Studies Tirusville, Florida Michael John Ferguson, British & American Literature Sarasota, Florida Pamela J. Fetterman, Environmental Studies Indiana, Pennsylvania Tracy Lynn Fillmore, Art/Literature Marietta, Georgia Alexander Fishberg, Biology Fredericksburg, Virginia Samantha J. Fuqua, Sociology Flat Rock, North Carolina Denny Genovese, Music Sarasota, Florida Andrew Seth Gottlieb, Latin American Studies/Literature Rockville, Maryland Terri Ann Hague, Sociology Tampa, Florida Geoffrey Kellogg Harris, Chemistry Sarasota, Florida C. Allen Henderson, Biology Sarasota, Florida Helen Hope Henderson, Anthropology Tallahassee, Florida

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PROGRAM PRELUDE Booker High School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal SILENT PRAYER William E. Jacobs, Minister, Association for Campus Ministry WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Margaret L. Bates, Interim Provost, New College ADDRESS Carol Flint, New College, 1978 CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Francis T Borkowski, President of the University CONFERRING OF DEGREES Francis T. Borkowski and Margaret L Bates RECESSIONAL Marshal Berggren PLATFORM GUESTS Francis T. Borkowski, President, University of South Florida Margaret L. Bates, Interim Provost, New College David P. Schenck, Interim Dean, USF at Sarasota Senator Bob Johnson, Chair of Executive Committee, New College Foundation Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal Carol Flint, Class of 1978 Gerry G. Meisels, Provost, University of South Florida James Feeney, Director, Special Project Development, New College Nancy E. Ferraro, Director, Records and Registration John P. Moore, Chair, Division of Humanities Anthony P. Andrews, Chair, Division of Social Studies Soo Bong Chae, Chair-elect, Division of Natural Sciences William E. Jacobs, Minister, Association for Campus Ministry

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Stephan Paul Henley, Public Policy/Economics Peace Dale, Rhode Island Stephen Craig Herndon, History Convent Station, New Jersey Kimberly Anne Heuberger, Psychology Sarasota, Florida David Charles Heuberger, Environmental Studies Sarasota, Florida Laura Marie Hicks, Humanities Lakeland, Florida John Wesley Hill, Russian Mascoutah, Illinois D. Aaron Hillegass, Mathematics Alexandria, Virginia Christopher Bruce Hoeltge, Economics Cleveland, Ohio Richard Lewis Holt, British & American Uterature Ames, Iowa Wendy Felicia Hoon,l..anguage, Culture & Society Sarasota, Florida Cheryl Michelle Homer, Media Arts Orlando, Florida Martin V. Horton, Music Composition Englewood, Florida Noel D. Horton, Natural Sciences Bradenton, Florida Diana Jo Hulsey, Classical Studies Cumberland, Maine Thomas William Imber, Classics Aurora, Colorado Brian Daniel Israel, Environmental Philosophy Memphis, Termessee Karen Nicole Jeffries, British & American Literature Sarasota, Florida Lee Johnson, Fine Arts Lakeland, Florida Chelsea Sunshine Jones, History Micanopy, Florida James Holland Newton Jones, Anthropology/Biology Carrboro, North Carolina Martin F. Kelly, Humaniries Port Charlotte, Florida Rhoda A. Kennedy, Humanities Sarasota, Florida JuQg Yun Kim, Psychology Sarasota, Florida Robin L. Kirkpatrick, Psychology Satellite Beach, Florida Marc Evan Kruger, Natural Sciences West Caldwell, New Jersey Jefferey S. Lagozzino, Latin American Studies/Economics Kent, Washington Franz Emmanuel Loewenherz, Environmental Studies Florence, Italy Jonathan David Loftin, Language, Culture & Society Jacksonville, Florida Antigone K. Lomas, British & American Uterature Providence, Rhode Island Tracy D. Lutz, Psychology Winter Park, Florida David Allen Martini, Physics/Computer Science Sarasota, Florida Katrina Matos, Sociology Bronx, New York Thomas William Mayers, General Studies Longboat Key, Florida Sharon Mitchell, British & American Uterature Sarasota, Florida Michael D. Mitts, Philosophy/Classics Sarasota, Florida Geoffrey Mohlman, Anthropology St. Augustine, Florida Catherine Molteno, Uterature/Cultural Studies Tampa, Florida Eleanor Janette Morris, Biology Newport News, Virginia J. Scott Needham, Social Sciences Dyer, Tennessee Forrest C. Neiberg, Organitational Behavior/Psychology East Lansing, Michigan Natalie Heather Newton, Biology Sarasota, Florida Evan Hopkins Owens, Religion Pinellas Park, Florida

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A DISTINGUISHED PAST 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. New College attracted immediate anention for the nature and quality of its academic program. In 1967, when the rust students were graduated, the College won accreditation. Soon graduates began to make their mark.s in chosen careers and in graduate and professional schools. As the College matured academically, inflationary pressures threatened its very life in the early 1970s. After exploring various strategies for survival, the college administration and trustees proposed 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 parmership to occur. New College was continued through a combination of support from the State and annual grants from the New College Foundation. Together, they enabled the College to remain small and to continue its distinctive program. Events, actWities, programs, and facilioo of UfiWersiry of South Florida are avable to all without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national orip1, haruncap, or age as proviihd lry law and in accordance with UfiWersiry's respect for personal dignity.


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