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Commencement NEW COLLEGE of the University of South Florida FRIDAY, MAY TWENTIETH, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-FOUR UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT SARASOTA SARASOTA, FLORIDA
CANDIDATE FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Adijatu Cristina Kabura Abiose, Political Science Delray Beach, FL Scott Abrams, General Studies Plantation, FL Kristine Lynne Adams, Sociology Huntington Beach, CA Keith Allen Albury, Natural Sciences Thonotosassa, FL Todd Warren Allen, Economics & Russian Studies/Political Science, Mankato, MN Mark Aaron Baxter, Biology Orlando, FL Bruce A. G. BeresfordRedman, History Sarasota, FL Arnoldo A. Bertoncini, Public Policy Tampa, FL Schoen J Bishop, European History/Asian Studies Sarasota, FL Leon Taylor Brady, Lzterature Lutz, FL Christopher Calvert Brand, Mathematics Fort Wayne, IN Leigh Derenne Braslow, Social Sciences Pensacola, FL Karin H. Breuer, History/German Studies Pensacola, FL Sabrina Suzanne Burmeister, Biology/Animal Behavior, San Antonio, TX Richard Dale Butgereit, Biology Sarasota, FL Alexander J. Campbell, History Lexington, MA Ariel Purnell Cannon, Literature Alexandria, VA Nikki Caputo, Biology Sarasota, FL Rebecca Lynn Carlton, Religion Stroudsburg, P A Fritz August Casper ll, English & American Literature/Drama, Tampa, FL Dawn Charlene Chaney, Economics Sarasota, FL Lisa Eve Cheby, British & American Literature Clearwater, FL Nari Choi, Modern European Intellectual Studies Edmund Justin Clark, Zoology Tallahassee, FL Damon Lee Cochran, Philosophy/English & American Literature, Bradenton, FL Albert Pinckney Connelly, IV, Literature Vero Beach, FL Renee Denise Crain, Biology Jackson, WY Gary Edwin Crane Jr., British & American Literature Nokomis, FL Rosa Ana Cruz, Women of Color Studies/Fine Arts N. Miami Beach, FL Megan Mary Cytron, Political Science/Languages Dittmer, MO Jean Frances Czerlinski, Philosophy/Social Sciences, Skokie, IL Jonathan Alan Darr, Women's Studies & Literature Arlington, TX James Martin Daughtry, Russian Studies Tampa, FL Morgan Snow Davis, Humanities Bradenton, FL Jonathan David De Lucca, Philosophy British Columbia Leah Susanne De Pietro, Art History Bradenton, FL
PROGRAM PRELUDE Manatee High School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal SILENT PRAYER William E. Jacobs, Minister, Association for Campus Ministry WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Gordon E. Michalson, Jr ., Dean and Warden, New College ADDRESS David B. Land '73, President, Collier Natural Resources CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Michael G Kovac, Interim Provost, University of South Florida CONFERRING OF DEGREES Michael G. Kovac and Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. RECESSIONAL Marshal Berggren PLATFORM GUESTS Michael G. Kovac, Interim Provost, University of South Florida Gordon E. Michalson, Jr., Dean and Warden, New College David P. Schenck, Dean, USF at Sarasota Rolland V. Heiser, President, New College Foundation David B. Land, President, Collier Natural Resources Douglas C Berggren, New College Marshal Thomas Levitan, Director, Student Affairs Nancy Ferraro, Director, Records and Registration Anthony P. Andrews, Chair, Division of Social Sciences Magdalena Carrasco, Chair, Division of Hwnanities LeoS. Demski, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences William E. Jacobs, Mitrister, Association for Campus Ministry David Smolker, President, New College Alwnnae/i Association
Hillary Waterman Dodge, Anthropology/Linguistics Islesboro, ME Karen Marie Eagen, Psychology Miami Lakes, FL Ellice Eastlyn Engdahl, Humanities Jacksonville, FL Amy Marie Enslow, Modem Studies Shorewood, WI Michael William Fasano, Natural Science Bradenton, FL Maria D. Fernandez, Russian Studies Apple Valley, MN Samuel Henry Field, Social Sciences Johnson City, TN Amy Marie Elsa Fischer, Humanities Inverness, FL Deborah Lynn Flanagan, British & American Literature Orlando, FL Aubrey Fox, Sociology Potomac, MD Alexandra Celine Givens, Art History Pensacola, FL Nicholas MacKenzie Graham, British & American Literature, Athens, GA Roderick Simon James Grant, Urban Studies Ancaster, Ontario, Canada Rosa Ellis Greenbaum, Social Sciences Lawrence,KA Amy Elaine Hank, Public Policy Largo, FL Benjamin David Harth, Philosophy Wilmette, IL Angelyn Maree Hays, British & American Literature Tampa, FL Elizabeth Ann Heath, Political Science/Women's Studies, Gainesville, FL Mandy Louise Heddle, Behavioral Ecology Aberdeen, Scotland Carlos Alberto Hernandez Britz'sh & A mencan Lrterature, Sarasota, FL Paul Joseph Hibbeln, History & Economics Bowling Green, OH Moira Kathryn Jennings, History Ponte Vedra Beach, FL Anthony H. Kao, Humanities/Economics New York, NY Dominique Lucy-Marie Keller, Biology Florida Todd B. Kellstein, General Studies Sarasota, FL Devra E. Kiewit, German Palm Harbor, FL Stan Hunter Krane, History & Literature Tampa, FL Tracy Kunkler, Psychology Ft Lauderdale, FL Todd Dennis Leonhardt, Physics Tampa, FL Anthony Brandon Lewis, General Studies North Little Rock, AR Erin Katherine Lipp, Marine Biology West Palm Beach, FL Gregory A. Mann, Humanities Los Angeles, CA Maria Heloise C. Mapa, Natural Sciences East Liverpool, OH Matthew Franklin McKinzie, Humanities Virginia Beach, VA William Eugene McMullan, Philosophy/Religion Sarasota, FL John Ramsey Merideth, Jr., Fine Arts Ft Lauderdale, FL Camilla Henriette Mortensen, Folklore Studies Boca Raton, FL Heidi Noyes, Philosophy/Music Punta Gorda, FL
John Mortimer O'Sullivan IV, Religion/Literature Pensacola, FL Brandon Sean Owings, Philosophy Crawford, NJ Rachelle Ray Pandos, British & American Literature Sarasota, FL Elizabeth Juliana Pare, Public Policy/Social Sciences Boca Raton, FL Robert Alan Phelps, Humanities Schenectady, NY Jeffrey Thomas Pittman, Art History/Literature Leavenworth, KS Rachel Morton Poynter, Hispanic Language & Culture/Sociology, Baton Rouge, LA April Richards, British & American Literature Sarasota, FL Douglas Edward Robertson, British & American Literature, Odessa, FL Robert N. Rodgers, Psychology Orchid Island, FL Michael Anthony Rodriguez, History Miami, FL Charles Alexander Russell, General Studies Jacksonville, FL Gilda Teresa Saakes, Psychology Palm Harbor, FL Michael J. Sicinski, Theory of the Arts Houston, TX Mitchell Lawrence Silverman, General Studies Sunrise, FL John L. Stamper, Mathematics/Theatre Sarasota, FL Jill L. Stansbury, Humanities Slidell, LA Duncan Steward, Chemistry Tampa, FL Karen Stock, Literature/Art History Brandon, FL George Wade Swicord, Jr., Political Science Gainesville, FL Tina Lynn Terrill, Environmental Studies Wheaton, MD John Forest Turbiville, Jr., Environmental Studies Tampa, FL Mary Burden Ucci, Natural Sciences Port Charlotte, FL Van Pham Minh Ton, Biology Gainesville, FL Jennifer Judith Veser, Classical Studies/Archaeology Mt. Gretna, P A Steve Randy Waldman, General Studies Baltimore, MD Suzanne Lane Waterman, Religion Longwood, FL Sara Weber, Art History & French Sarasota, FL Steven H. Wetter, Sociology Sarasota, FL Brad Michael Wier, Sociology San Antonio, TX Melissa Anne Williams, Psychology Rockford, IL Sandra Kaja Wolkov, British & American Literature Sarasota, FL David Allan Wright, Physics Sarasota, FL Douglas James Zare, Mathematics and Economics Sarasota, FL Jolynne Zimmerman, Child Development Lebanon, PA
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 attention for the nature and quality of its academic program. In 1967, when the first students were graduated, the College won accreditation. Soon graduates began to make their marks in chosen careers and in graduate and professional schools. As the College matured academically, inflationary pressures threatened its very Ufe in the early 1970s. After exploring various strategies for survival, the College's 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 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 Foundation. Together, they enable the College to remain small and to continue its distinctive program. As the designated residential honors college of the State University System of Florida, New College has continued to thrive, earning accolades from reviewers ranging from the editors ofMoney magazine to the 1994 site visit committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. New College is sixth in the nation in the percentage of graduates who subsequently earn doctorate degrees in the arts and sciences. 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.