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New College Class of 1998 Commencement program

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Title:
New College Class of 1998 Commencement program
Alternate Title:
New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1998
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Book
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New College of Florida
Publisher:
New College of Florida
Place of Publication:
Sarasota, Fla.
Creation Date:
1998

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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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Commencement NEW COLLEGE of the University of South Florida FRIDAY, MAY TWENTY-SECOND, NINETEEN HUNDRED AND NINTY -EIGHT UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH FLORIDA AT SARASOTA SARASOTA, FLORIDA

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Bret J. Aarden, Music Lincoln, NE Je se Benjamin Abrams, Environmental Studies St. Petersburg, FL Mey S. Akashah, Special Program: Environmental ../ Sciences/Marine Biology, Englewood, FL Raquel Cristina Andres, Psychology Miam1, FL Meli sa D. Andrews, Philo ophy Palatka, FL Kaveh Travis Askari, Humanities Davie,FL Victor Attias, Economics Sarasota, FL Cry tal Benedick Literature Tallahassee, FL Kristin Rita Benson, Environmental Studies Ripon, WI Daniel Berke, Religion Dunwoody, GA Jennifer Ro e Berkowitz, Special Program: Women's Studies Marietta, GA Stacy Dianne Boyd, Anthropology Hogansville, GA Vashti Kristina Braha, General Studies Longboat Key, FL Colleen Elizabeth Butler, Social Sciences Ellenville, NY Edmond Coyle Byrne, British & American Literature Bloomingburg, NY Andres Cala, Special Program: International & Area Studies Bogota, Colombia Michael E. Campbell, Environmental Studies & Economics, Miami, FL Mark Cattell, History Oldsmar, FL Anjna Chauhan, Economics Coral Springs, FL Adam Benjamin Clark, Physics & Mathematics Maryland Heights, MO Elizabeth Thorn Clark, General Studies Tallahassee, FL Seth Morgan Cloues, Social Sciences Golden, CO Amy Roseann Coats, Chemistry Sarasota, FL Devin Anand Coleman-Derr, General Studies Sarasota, FL Jeremy R. Collins, Natural Sciences Boca Raton, FL Ashley Speight Colvin, Political Science/Economics Charlottesville, VA Erika Jean Dakoff, Literature Niles, IL Stephen Ryan Danner, Special Program : Literature/Latin Amencan Studies, Atlanta, GA Amy Elizabeth DaSilva, Art History Land 0 'Lakes, FL Samantha Melice Daves, Chemistry Sarasota, FL Bridget Alaire David, Chemistry Neptune Beach, FL Jason Tyler Deignan, Neurobiology Plattsburgh, NY Elizabeth Lorraine Di Bartolo, Psychology Stuart, FL Juli Lynn Dubitsky, Environmental Studies/Fine Art Miami, FL Curt Gerard Dye, Philosophy Holts Summit, MO Kari Aud Ellingstad, Biology Burlington, WI Jason Michael Evans, Philosophy Orlando, FL Jessica Marie Falcone, International Studies Philadelphia, PA Mark Joseph Fasano, Philosophy Lakeland, FL Zachariah Finley, Philosophy Juneau, AK Mary Catherine Fraivillig. Special Program: European History/British & American Literature, Sarasota, FL Evan Mark Garfinkel Humanities East Windsor, NJ Elizabeth Michelle George, Chemistry Montreal, MO Mala Helen Ghoshal, Gender Studies/British & American Literature, Des Plaines, IL

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PROGRAM PRELUDE Manatee High School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIONAL Douglas C Berggren New College Marshal WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Douglas C. Langston, Interim Dean and Warden, New College GREETINGS Thomas J Tighe, Provost and Executive Vice President University of South Florida ADDRESSES Peter A. Kazaks Professor ofPhy ics, New College David L. Smith Dean of Faculty, Williams College CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Betty Castor, President, University of South Florida CONFERRING OF DEGREES President Castor and Douglas C. Langston NEW COLLEGE SLAVIC VOCAL ENSEMBLE RECESSIONAL Marshal Berggren PLATFORM GUESTS Betty Castor, President, University of South Florida Thomas J. Tighe, Provost and Executive Vice President, University of South Florida Douglas C. Langston, Interim Dean and Warden, ew College Rolland V. Heiser, President, New College Foundation Peter A. Kazaks, Professor of Physic ew College David L. Smith, Dean of Faculty, Williams College Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal Gordon B. Bauer, Chair, Division of Social Sciences LeoS. Demski, Chair, Division ofNatural Sciences Stephen T. Miles, Chair, Division of Humanities Nancy E. Ferraro, Director, Records and Registration Mark A. Johnson, Director, Student Affairs

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Lara Janae Glasgow, Psychology Clearwater, FL Jana Amanda Gordon, Biology Fort Lauderdale, FL Sara Graham, Humanities St. Louis, MO Daniel Joshua Greenspan, Philosophy & Religion Sarasota, FL Todd A. Grindal, History Sarasota, FL Haley B. Grossman, Social Sciences/Urban Studies Boca Raton, FL Stephen Joseph Haedicke, Philosophy/Political Science Monroe, LA Mie Hagiwara, Biology Tokyo, Japan Shannon Marie Hamlett, Social Sciences Nashville, TN Erin D. Harris, Sociology Acton,MA Brant Thaddeus Hassel I, Biology Stuart, FL Jennifer Rebecca Hassell, Humanities Morgan City, LA Andre Christopher Henderson, Political Science Kensington, MD Scott Alan Hilderbrand, Chemistry Columbia, MO Michael Brendon Hutch, Special Program: Humanities/ Gender Studies, Trezevant, TN Alana Iglewicz, Psychology Cherry Hill, NJ Daniel Obermeyer lmaizurni, Physics Narberth, P A Hal Randall Isaacson, Music Warwick, NY Dylan Walters James, Fine Arts Vienna, VA Tenea Donnelle Johnson, Humanities Louisville, KY Lynn Marie Jones, Psychology/Economics Orlando, FL Jessen Lee Kelly, Art History St. Louis, MO Michael Alexander King, Philosophy Kirkwood, MO Jaimi Lamb, Gender Studies St. Petersburg, FL Margaret Lane, Chemistry Pensacola, FL Jill Amanda Lany, Psychology Brookfield, IL Essie M. Larson, Psychology Titusville, FL Hope Liberty Leblanc, Psychology Tampa, FL Robert Anthony Lecusay, Special Program: Cognitive Science Miami, FL Jennifer Eldridge Lemmer, Art History Jacksonville Beach, FL Fiona Lewis, British & American Literature/Gender Studies Tampa, FL Anthony Peter LoGalbo, Psychology Sarasota, FL Claudia Lukas, Biology Palm Harbor, FL Jennifer Beth Lushear, Special Program: Fine Arts/Art Education, Eustis, FL Douglas Andrew MacDonald, Special Program: Theater/Music Arlington Heights, IL Stephanie Lynn Magruder, British & American Literature Tampa, FL Kristin Mary Mahoney, Literature Haddonfield, NJ Lisa Hamilton Maier, Economics & Sociology St. Petersburg, FL Meredith Holly Mangan, Chemistry Escondido, CA Alex D. Manning, Philosophy Nashville, TN Harvey Lawrence Marshall, Jr., Economics/Environmental Studies, Casselberry, FL Stephanie Lisa Martin, Special Program: Humanities with Womyn 's Studies, Broomfield, CO Carlos Emesto McReynolds, Physics Miami, FL Melanie Lynn McVean, Humanities Temple Terrace, FL

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ic Elijah Nicola Mermin, Environmental Studies San Quentin, CA Tara Michelle Merry, Psychology Maitland, FL Margaret Anne Moore, Political Science North Potomac, MD Nirvan Mullick, Philosophy/Fine Arts Indian Harbor Beach, FL Majeedah Murad, Economics North Port, FL Bryce Myers, British & American Literature Palm Coast, FL Meike Niederbausen. Mathematics Boca Raton, FL Jamie Kate Olin. Psychology Hollywood, FL Heather Marie Oliver, Special Program: Theatre! Environmental Studies, Woodstock, IL Matthew David Olson, Social Sciences Atlanta, GA Ruth Orlowicz, Chemistry Rutherford, NJ Warren Griffith Parish III, History Sarasota, FL Douglas Lawrence Perry, General Studies Palm Harbor, FL Todd Damon Pietruszka, Chemistry Tampa, FL Jesse Card Potterveld, Art History Sarasota, FL Adam Buck Rains, Biology Montreal, Canada Tzovinar Sonya-Chloe Ramian, Psychology/Environmental Studies, Paramus, NJ Jennifer Lee Ross, British & American Literature Satellite Beach, FL Tatiana Silvia Sainz, Humanities Miami, FL Kelly Kathleen Samek, Environmental Studies Naples, FL Amanda Heather Schurr, Special Program: Film Theory! Criticism, Sarasota, FL Rachel Dawn Sgaglio, Psychology Katonah, NY Kelly D. Singer, Russian Language & Literature Brooklyn Heights, NY Jonathan Mmer Smith, History Starke, FL Alice Solomon, Sociology Swannanoa, NC Marty James Solomon, Sociology/Political Science Clearwater, FL Joshua Sperling, Religion Binghamton, NY Eleanor Mae Stanford, Literature Narberth, PA James Swift, Economics Warner Robins, GA Noah Abram Teitelbaum, Special Program: Anthropology/Theater, New York City, NY Evangeline Thorp, Literature Tallahassee, FL Kevin Lucas Unrath, Literature Sarasota, FL Matthew Clark Weidenfeld, Political Science/Sociology Levittown, PA Kristian David Weihs, General Studies New York City, NY Sarahjane White, General Studies Tallahassee, FL Brian Scott Whitener, Humanities Columbia, MO Michelle Allison Wolper, Anthropology Boca Raton, FL Cecelia Shih-His Wu, Biology Safety Harbor, FL Shawn Wbibnan Yuskaitis, Biology Marco Island, FL Sofia Louisa Zander, Environmental Studies Takoma Park, MD Sophia Helen Zaretsky, Anthropology West Palm Beach, FL

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A DISTINGUISHED PAST Founded in 1960, New CoDege 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 flrst 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 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 aUowed the institution to become a free-standing college within the University of South Florida, sharing the campus with the Uoiversity's regiooal 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 honors college of the State University System of Florida, New College bas conti nued to thrive, earning accolades from reviewers ranging from the editors of Money magazine to the 1994 site visit committee of the Southern Association of CoUeges 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, activi.ties, 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


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