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PROGRAM PRELCDE Manatee Iligh School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIO AL David chatz, ew College Marshal WELCOME I TRODLCfiOJ\S Charlene Callahan, Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs L TRODl-CTIO Of PEAKEH Gordon E. Michalson, Jr., Pre<>ident ADDRESS William C. Dudley. President & Chid Executive Officer Federal Reserve Bank of ew York 1\e\"\ College Alumna CO'\FERRI G Of DEGRFES Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. and Charlene Callahan RECE SIO A..L College Maro;hal Da\ id Schatz PLATFORM GUESTS Gordon E. Mi<:halson, Jr .. President Charlene Callahan. Provost c' Vice President for Academic Affairs John 1\.1artin, Vice President for Finance and Administration Colonel Walter L. Presha. Chairman, ew College of Florida Board of Trustees \X illiam C. Dudley, President & Chief Executive Officer, Federal Reserve Bank of ew York David Schatz. Associate Profeo;sor of Russian Language & Literature Kathleen Killion. Dean of Enrollment Sen ices & Information Technology \X'endy Bashant, Dean of Students Gordon Bauer, Chair, Division of Social Sciences Aron Edidin. Chair, Divi'>ion of Humanities Paul Scudder, Chair. Dh ision of atural Science'> Kathy Allen. Regi<>trar Cindy I Iill Ford, President. ?\ev"\ College Alumnae i ssociation
CANDIDATES FOR TilE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Alice Marya Abernathy BiocbemislJJ' aples, FL David Brooke Anderson General Studies Atlanta, GA Miranda Rosalynne Bailey Anthropology Tampa, FL D'ariel Barnard Music & PsyciJology Sarasota FL Mary Elizabeth Barnes Anthropology Houston, TX ina Chri tine Barraclough Environmental tudies Northampton, England Melanie term Bauer Psychology Tampa, FL Preston Gerald Bebas Economics/ Applied Mathematics Sanford, FL Harrison Jame Bender Sociology Orlando, FL Crawfordjo eph Bennett,Jr. Medieval and Renaissance Studies/ Spanish Language and Culture Hudson, FL David Alexander Bennett Art Miami, FL James William Birmingham Anthropology Coral Springs, FL Christopher Kod Blcxntd Classics/Medieval and Renaissance Studies Orlando, FL Morgan Rae Boecher Anthropology/Gender Studies Gainesville, FL Elizabeth Dean Bossom Psychology Tampa, FL Chri tine Marie Bowden Environmental Studies Orange Park, FL Alexandra Alana Boynton Anthropology Naples, FL Karin Camila Boynton Anthropology Naples, FL Sarah Ruth Brainard Art History Bountiful, UT john McCall Brttnson Classics Raleigh, NC Ioana Ruxanda Brebenel Economics/Mathematics Summerfield, FL Hannah Oviatt Brown Psychology Yulee, FL Sarah Elizabeth Brown Political Science & International and Area Studies Lake Helen, FL Ezekiel Patrick Brustkern Economics Dubai Emirates Catherine Aliena Buchanan-McGrath Biology Bradenton, FL Jessica Eileen Burgan Biological Psychology Palm Harbor, FL
CANDIDATES FOR TilE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Amanda Ann Caizza Christine Elizabeth Dormoy Psychology Art Palm Coast, FL Indialantic, FL Gisselle Alexandra Callejas Rochelle Helene Du Ford Histcn:y & Economics Philosopby/Politicu/ Science Miami, FL Cape Coral, FL Cri tina de Ia Prat Camayd \1aria Denise Duenas Biolog_v Sociology We ton, MA North Lauderdale, FL Christopher Earl Carr Jared Charles Dyer Psychology Art/Psychology Port St. Lucie, FL Easthampton, MA Emma Rebecca Cassidy L'luren Ondercin Edwards Biochemist!)' Art History Coral Springs, FL Cape Coral, FL :Maximina Judith Castillo John Anthony Emanuello English 1 Uathem atics Miami, FL Hollywood, FL Eleanor Anne Cecconi Corianne Lenora Etheredge Art History/Literature Public Policy Jacksonville, FL Portland, OR Alexandra Alden Charles Anne Amelia Farrell English/ Anthropology Biology/Applied Mathematics Lompoc, CA Alton, NH Kaitlyn Marie Collins Lauren Ariel Field Anthropology English Odessa, FL Naples, FL David Isaac Dayan Anna Mary Folkers Biochenzistry/Marine Biology Psychology t. Peter burg, FL cituate, RI Patrick Daniel Dees Nicholas Patrick Frazier Physics Economics & Public Policy Palm Harbor, FL Houston, TX Gabrielle Yvonne DeFicbre Katherine Elenore French Psychology/Anthropology General Studies New York City, NY Norcro s, GA Matthew Ray Deihl Jeremy teven Frieling Humanities Biology Girard, IL Myakka City, FL
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Elaine Su an Fritschie Psychology Wolfeboro H Matthew Crary Goeke Urban Studies Gulf Breeze, FL Daniel Matthew Goldsmith Computer Science Clearwater, FL Christina Layne Goldstein Humanities Tampa FL Robert Jo eph Gougelet Psychology Tampa FL Ian James Gray Humanities Vero Beach, FL Anastasia Marie Green Literature Hagerstown, MD Marisol Guerrero Humanities Tampa FL Mary Lace Guilfoil Political Science Ocala FL Emily Rose Guillebeau Literature Athens GA Aru1a Osborne Hamilton Humanities St. Augustine FL Elizabeth Alene Hamman Marine Biology/Applied Mathematics Carbondale, IL Andrew Ree ing Hammer Physics Austin, TX Thomas Murray Harts field Physics Gulf Breeze, FL Ian Taylor Haywood Mathematics /Applied Mathematics Rochester, NY AlexanderThomas Hibberd Biology Floral City FL Shauna Lee Hoar Classics Canton, CT Robin Bay jacobs-Gedrim Physics Albuquerque, NM David Gabriel Jaliman Economics Zephyrhills, FL Samantha Page jeschonek Biology/Chemistry Lake Worth, FL Barry Saul Kaminsky Biology Miami, FL Chaitanya Katikala Philosophy/Economics Tampa, FL Caleb Daniel Kaufman Biopsychology West Palm Beach, FL Lisa A Keenan Biology Pelham, NY Taylor Hopewell Kennedy Social Sciences Warrensburg, MO Wyatt joseph Kostygan Economics Stuart, FL
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Michael James Frederick Krcick Economics Sarasota, FL Claire Lillian Krueger Art Loui ville, KY Nathan John Kruer-Zerhu en Environmental Science* Edgewood, KY LensaAkua Kwadjo International and Area Studies/Political Science Sebring, FL Cindy Xin Li Environmental Studies Pittsburgh, PA Alexandria Deliz Liang Chenzistry Tallahas ee, FL Kirk Albert Lohbauer Political Science/Economics Penn auken, NJ Nicholas Christian Luca Humanities Merritt I land, FL Isabel Maioriello-Gallus Humanities Washington, DC ArneHa Grantham March Biology Tampa, FL Rebecca Anne Marshall Humanities Orlando, FL Christina Isabel Martin Music Chicago, IL Amy Nicole McDavid Biology Pen acola, FL Caitlin Dehoff McMullen Interdisciplinary Performance* Tallahassee, FL Jack Michael Mcwhirter Political Science Indian Shores, FL Loren iurka Mora Anthropology/Religion Pembroke Pine, FL Sean Jarrett Morgan English Palm Harbor, FL Emily Grace Mo er Biology Lake City, FL Jacqueline Day Munera Biological Psychology Dolores, CO Evan Franklin Neal General Studies Atlanta, GA Jesse Brown O'Dell Russian Studies Winter Park, FL Ronald Edward Overing III ociology St. Petersburg, FL Kerem Ozkan ocial Sciences I tanbul, lhrkey Myranda Leigh Pierce Anth1opology Orlando, FL Jessica Anne Plante Environmental Studies/Urban Studies Sara ota, FL Kri ten Litmae Ponte Biological Psychology arasota, FL
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Edward Carl Poulos-Boggis 1 Harine Biology New York NY Marilee Eve Pray Lite rature/Frencb Sanford, FL David Stanley Price Economics Jacksonville, FL Mark David Pringle Economics Altamonte Springs, FL Ju tin Brian Quinn Anthropology arasota, FL tephen Theodore Quirke Political Sdence/Economics Ashtabula, OH Lydia Haydee Ramirez International and Area Studies Sarasota, FL Michelle Chandler Reed Economics & International and Area Studies Alice Springs, Australia Benjamin Micah Reinl1old Chemistry Akron, OH Gabriel E teban Rodriguez Economics Spring Hill, FL Jessica Marie Rose History Oldsmar, FL Anastasia Coolican Sallen Anthropology Lake Worth, FL Roxanne Robin Sawhill Anthropology/Gender Studies Akron, OH Jason Tyler Scaglione Sociophilosoph_y Tampa, FL Jaclyn Emily Schwanemann Religion Palm Harbor, FL Theresa Ann Sellers Anth1opology Bradenton, FL Alycia Marie Shatters Biology Stuart, FL Indra hottland Mathematics Sebastian, FL Lane Adam Silberstein Humanities Maitland, FL Maria Andrea Siles Psychology Miami, FL Chase William Sokolow Chemistty/Biology Tallahassee, FL Rebah Nell Solomon English Lake City, FL Justin Michael Speed General Studies Miami, FL Lucia Isabel Stavig Sociology & Latin American Studies Lutz, FL Andrew William Steele Philosophy/ Mathematics Winter Park, FL Jon Austin Stevens Psychology Sarasota, FL
CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Katharine Alyne Stevenson English Tallahassee, FL Rebecca Michel Stork Economics Sarasota, FL Britney Summit-Gil Anthropology Tampa, FL Austin HunterTaylor Religion Ft. Lauderdale, FL Scarlett Taylor Social Sciences/Gender Studies Lake Mary, FL Monica Ann Tedder English Starke, FL Persephone ThornHauswirth Art Fort Myers, FL Shanna Kathleen 1\1rner History/International and Area Studies Valrico, FL Tate Aaron Twinam Economics & Mathematics St. Petersburg, FL Genevieve Ann Vaida Sociology Miami, FL Geoffrey Philip Vitiello Sociology Bedford, MA Jacqueline Marie Wang Humanities New Port Richey, FL Diana Marie Ward Marine Biology Bothell, WA Kate Elizabeth Weber Medieval and Renaissance Studies Los Angeles, CA Laura Johanna Weinkle Biological Psychology Miami, FL Lauren Anne White German Studies South Lyon, MI John James Witte Litemture Homestead, FL Hannah Caitlin Woerner Political Science & German Studies Sarasota, FL Ryann Elizabeth Wolf Social Sciences Greenland, NH Katrina Suzanne Woltmann English Tampa, FL Misha Rene Wyllie Art Flowery Branch, GA Rita McLeod Yelverton Psychology Gulf Breeze, FL Jessica Mae Yocum Humanities Versailles, IN *Indicates Special are of concentration.
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First Commencement Charter Class, July 1967 Hamilton Center, Graduating Class 1971 Bayfront Graduation 1986
FIFfY YEARS OF ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE founded in 1960 e w College of florida \\elcotned it-; first class of student in 196 1 amid a f a nfare of nationJI attention Ti1ne noted the opening in it eptember 18, 1964 issu e, commenting that C\\ College aims to make Florida panish moss the prestige equivalent of cw England i\ y The charter class arrived thir ring for knowledge and a desire to tal e part in a di!Terent kind of education. e'' ollege s "grand experiment," "' here undergraduates worked collaborati, ely with faculty and \\here '>tudents \vere expected to participate actively in their O\\n education. wa on the cutting edge of higher education in the 1960s It remains so toda). For fifty years, ew College students and graduates ha, e distinguished themselves as national leaders in undergraduate research, academic and professional achievement, busine s, the art and community sen ice. The 2010 graduating seniors are no exception. They weathered Hurricane Katrina with the nation and some of it memhers went to ew Orleans on service trips. as well as to help migrant workers in outhern Florida They took sustainabilit) -;eriously, conducted research. im ited experts to speak on campus, and applauded \vhen ew College signed onto the Presidents Climate Commitment to reduce the College s carbon footprint. The 'e'" College tudent Association added a i c President for 1reen Affairs to its Cabinet. Jn 2008 the students con\'inced the College s Trustees to send a Resolution supporting a tudent "Green Fee to the Florida Board of Go\ ernors; such a fee was adopted by the State Legi lature in this year s '>e<>sion. With six Fulbright Fellows and many others \Vho have received awards and accolades throughout their careers here, the Class of 2010 continues ew College's rich tradition of producing outstanding graduates \vho become involved global citizens. We celebrate this year\ class, graduating fifty years after the College s founding, as one that \\ill continue to have a lasting effect on '\e\v College's history and its future. Thanks in part to the their contrit?utions, ew College stands out among its peers across the country, having earned accolades trom publications such as US. ews & World Report, The Princeton Review, Kiplinger's, Forbes.conz, Barron's Guides, Colleges That Change Li11es and The Wall Street journal. This class participated in developing the College's Academic and Strategic Plans ror 2008-2018 and the Landscape \laster Plan, all of which guide campus decision-making. The e students are passionate about their beliefs and commitments. a trait that should serve th m well in the future. Just as the more than 4.470 ew College graduates who preceded them ha e, this year's graduating seniors promise to make their mark on our nation and the world as accomplished scholars, civi leaders, educators, attorneys, physicians, artists, journalist and profess1onals of every type. As a college. we welcome them to the noble ranks of_ O\' O Collegian alumnae/i. Congratulations! Hl'e1lls. actidties, prop,rams, andfaciliti(!s qfS(!W College offlnrida are ctl'ai/able to all without regard to race. colm: religion. age. di<:;ahilil}', se:>.:. marital latus. national origin, sexual orientation, ,gender identity or gender expres-ion as prouided by law and in accordance zl'ith the College' re ;pect for personal dignity.