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Commencement NEW COLLEGE of the University of South Aorida FRIDAY, MAY TWENTY-FIRST NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-THREE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT SARASOTA SARASOTA, FLORIDA
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BAC1IELOR OR ARTS Caryn Ann Abrey, Biology Wyalu ing, PA Dayna Marie Ayers, Environmental Biology Overland Park, KS Libby Bailey, Fine Arls Tampa, FL Steven Jon Barbeaux, Biology DeTour Village, MI Stephen Elkaoah Barney, Social Ecology Arlington, VA Richard David Bell, Humanities Tequesta, FL Charlene Catherine Bredder, Humanities Randolph, NJ Elizabeth Brewster, Humanities Washington, DC Gordon Charles Bum III, Classics Helena, MT Carrie L. Carrel, Environmental Studies Glen Ellyn, IL Lynnrnarie Elferiog Carroll, ChiLd Development Apple Valley, MN Mark Joseph Carroll, Natural Sciences Apple Valley, MN Ronald Anthony Christaldi, Hist01y Sara ota, FL Andrew H. Cohen, Political Science Sara ota, FL Keith Stanin Coker, Humanities Sara ota, FL Nicholas Tbomasin Cook, Social Sciences Sarasota, FL. Thomas H. Cook, International Relations/Economics Tampl\, FL Kimberly Dawn Dailey, History Bokeelia, FL Catherine Sophia Beverly Davenport, Creativity Macomb, IL Erin Leslie Davis, Sociology/Religion Charlotte, NC Emily Ann Earle, Literature Peachtree City, GA Tracy Kathleen Eaton, Psyclwlogy Warrior, AL Edward James Edsten, Psychology Minneapolis, MN Brent E. Edwards, Mathematics/Computer Science San Miguel de Allende, Mexico Elizabeth Doyle Fowler, Sociology Cambridge, MA Wil Frentzen, International Relations Gainesville, FL Carla Leanore Funk, Art History Indian Harbor Bch, FL Marcu Stephen Geduld, Theatre & Dramatic Literafure Bloomington, IN Andrea Joan Ginsky, British & Amelican Literature Sarasota, FL Chad Alan Goldberg, Sociology/Political PhiLosophy Sarasota, FL Jennifer Anne Gore, Economics & Environmental Studies Miami, FL Bonnie Catherine Gorla, Economics Brandon, FL Harry Damon Gould, Jr., International Relarions/Economics Port Richey, FL Deborah H. Graves, Environmental Studies Sarasota, FL
PROGRAM PRELUDE Booker High School Jau En emblc PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren New College Marshal SILENT PRAYER William E. Jacob Minister, A ociation for Campus Mini try WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Gordon E. MichaLon, Jr., Dean and Warden, New College ADDRESS Larry D. Shinn, Vice-President Academic Affair Bucknell University CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Franci T. Borkow ki, President of the University CONFERRING OF DEGREES Francis T. Borkowski and Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. RECESSIONAL Marshal Berggren PLATFORM GUESTS Franci T. Borkow ski, President, University of South Florida Gordon E. Michalson, Jr., Dean and Warden, New College David P Schenck, Dean, USF at Sarasota John S. Hodg on, Vice Provost, University of South Florida Rolland V. Heiser, Pre ident, New College Foundation Douglas C. Berggren, New College Mar hal Larry D. Shinn, Bucknell Univer ity Nancy Ferraro, Director Record and Regi tration Mark Johnson, Acting Director, Student Affair Magdalena Carrasco, Chair, Division of Humanitie Anthony P. Andrews, Chair, Division of Social Science Soo Bong Chae, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences William E. Jacob Minister, As ociation for Campu Mini try David Smolker, President New College Alumnae/i A socia tion
Lila Ellen Gray, Humanities American Samoa Harry William Hanbury, Philosophy/Sociology Temple Hills, MD Daniel Harrison, Social Sciences Stratford-on-A von, UK Sean Patrick Healey, Biology Erie, PA Amanda Jordan Margaret Henry, LiteraJure Tampa, FL Cindy Ann Hill, Medieval/Renaissance Studies Sarasota, FL Jeanie C. Hoehn, Humanitie Miami, FL Tanya Marie Holli Religion Jupiter, FL Tricia Dawn Hopkins, Sociology Cooner, FL Tanya L. Hunt, Biology Jacksonville, FL Damon Edward Iacovelli, Humanities Manchester, CT Guy Jara, General Studies Sarasota, FL Daniel Winston Jones, Briti h & American LiteraJure Pensacola, FL Sabrina E. Joseph, Sociology/Political Science Orlando, FL Jennifer Keirans, History Statesboro, GA Gary Richard Kirk, Behavioral Ecology Blue Ridge, VA Kri tine Marie Kogan, Psychology Port Richey, FL Jennifer A. Landsman, Environmental Science Monsey, NY Andrew Nicholas Lentz History Arlington, VA English & American Literature/Computer Science Gamesville, FL Katherine Linke, Philosophy Sarasota, FL Dana Anne Lockwood, General Studies Park Ridge, IL Mary Tere a Lowery, Economics Boca Raton, FL Malcolm A. Maclachlan, British & Ametican LiteraJure/ Colwnbia, SC Social Sciences Altom M. Maglio, Social Sciences Brook ville, FL Samuel David Markewich, Music Nyak, NY and Miami, FL Michael Lowell McAllister, Sociology Minneapolis, MN Keith James Micoli, Biology Webster, NY Peter Hyatt Middleton, Fine Arts Port Charlotte, FL Julianne Misiewicz, Psychobiology Yonkers, NY Alan Townsend Mitchell, Political Science Gaither burg, MD Jeffrey T. Morton, Music Gainesville, FL Kibby Amanda Octavia Munson, Humanities Sarasota, FL Luke Thomas Murphy, Humanities Newton, MA Lisa Anne Muscarnera, Biology Bohemia, NY David Lee Myrtle, Anthropology Staunton, VA
Kevin McKie Nessie, Literature Alexandria, VA Jae Cheon Noh, Humanities Winter Park, FL Lori L. Oliver, Biopsyclwlogy Sarasota, FL Mary Louise White Osburn, Sociology Sarasota, FL Jennifer E. Owen, Sociology Valrico, FL Michael Patrick Palmer, Psyclwlogy Garden City, NY Jere Williams Parker, History Sarasota, FL Christian Marcos Pere.l, Anthropology/French Gainesville, FL Lars Peterson, French Language & Literature Miami, FL Vicki-Marie Petrick, Medieval-Renaissance Studies Jacksonville, FL Tracy Beth Rahn, Economics/French Palm Harbor, FL Philip Byron Reed V, Psychology Sarasota, FL Benjamin James Reilly, History Andover, MA Laura Michelle Rosenbluth, Psychology Reston, VA Anthony John Salveggi, Literature St Petersburg, FL Mark McGee Sander Philosophy Garden City, NY Ahmet Sapmaz, Ecorwmics/Gennan Istanbul, Turkey Melissa A. Schaub, English & American Literature Palm Bay, FL James Daniel Schmidt, Religion Merritt Island, FL Alexander V. Slawson, Biology Jackson, MS Michael William Smith, Psychology and Sociology Tampa, FL Katherine Michelle Snider, History Shreveport, LA Judith Anne Stanton, Sociology Boca Raton, FL Lance Norman Stott, Religion/Sociology Cape Girardeau, MO Eaddy Grier Sutton, General Studies Sarasota, FL Jeffrey Stephen Sweet, Political Science and Economics Oviedo, FL Dwight Douglass Synan, Humanities Seattle, WA Edmund J. Waters III, Humanities Concord, NH James W. Watkins, Literature/Anthropology Alva, FL Sarah Dianne Watkins, Environmental Studies Haymarket, VA Ronnie Lyn Frankel-Wetter, Biology Sarasota, FL James Stuart Whetzel, Humanities Seattle, WA Jeri Robinson White, General Studies Sarasota, FL Jennifer Beth Williams, Psychology Pembroke Pines, FL Rhonda Cheryl Williams, Humanities Washington, D.C. Regina P. Wright, Psychology Fort Myers, FL
A DISTINGUISHED PAST Founded in 1960, New CoUege opened in 1964 as a private coUege whose students would come from aU parts of the nation and whose faculty and curriculum would reflect the highest standards of exceUence. New CoUege attracted immediate attention for the nature and quality ofits academic program. In 1967, when the f"rrst students were graduated, the CoUege won accreditation. Soon graduates began to make their marks in chosen careers and in graduate and professional schools. As the CoUege matured academicaUy, inflationary pressures threatened its very life in the early 1970s. After exploring various strategies for the coUege administration and trustees proposed to the Board of Regents of the State University System of Florida a novel plan that aUowed the institution to become a free-standing coUege 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 CoUege was continued through a combination of support from the State and annual grants from the New CoUege Foundation. Together, they enable the coUege to remain smaU and to continue its distinctive program. Events 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 University's respect for personal dignity.