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New College Class of 2011 Commencement program

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Title:
New College Class of 2011 Commencement program
Alternate Title:
Commencement 2011
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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:
2011

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Subjects / Keywords:
History -- New College (Sarasota, Fla.)
Graduation (School)
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government publication (state, provincial, terriorial, dependent)   ( marcgt )
College publications
Commencement program
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Sarasota

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Thirteen page program detailing the order of events for commencement at the New College of Florida, including location and dates of events, speakers' names and subjects and songs sung. This program also contains information about the college's 50th anniversary.
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New College of Florida
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New College of Florida
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Message to Graduating Students It is of course a truism to refer to College Commencement as a "milestone moment," but the gteat thing about truisms is that they tend to be true. So on behalf of the faculty, staff, and Board ofTrustees of New College, let me offer warm congratulations to all of you upon reaching this milestone moment. As your lives unfold, you will experience what countless New College graduates before you have experienced, which is the ongoing value of the preparation you have received here. Designing and negotiating Contracts, discovering how to do independent research, completing large projects, and defending your work orally will all find important points of contact in multiple settings in the years ahead. At such moments, you will appreciate anew -or perhaps realize for the first time! -what your teachers here really had in mind for you. Whenever that happens, I hope you will take a moment to contact and thank them. As it is, I want to take this moment to thank your families especially your parents -for their trust and confidence in New College. Sending children to college has rarely been as challenging as it is these days, and the family considerations entering into the choice of college are complex and costly. The celebratory bond you feel with your loved ones this evening reverberates within the College itself, as we thank your families while also sharing in their pride. Congratulations and warm best wishes. Gordon E. "Mike" Michalson, Jr. President

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PROGRAM PRELU DE Manatee High School jazz Ensemble PROCESSIO AL Richard Coc, New College Marshal WELCOMEAND INTRODUCTIONS Charlene CaiJahan Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs INTRODUCTION OF SPEAKER Gordon E Michalson ,Jr., President ADDRESS Helen N. Fagin Professor Emerita l rtiversity of Miami SPECIAL RECOGNITION David Schatz Associate Professor Russian Language & Literature Mary Lou Wingerter Couch Vice President, Donor Relations New College Foundation CONFERRING OF DEGREES Gordon E. Michalsoo,Jr. and Charlene Callahan RECESSIONAL College Marshal Richard Coe PlATFORM GUESTS Gordon E Michalson,Jr. President Charlene Callahan Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs Jolm l\1artio Vice President for Finance:;: and Administration enator Bob Johnson, Chairman, New College of Florida Board ofTrustees Andrew Walktr, President & CEO, New College Foundation Helen N. Fagin Professor Emerita University of Miami Kathleen Killion Dean of Enrollment Services & information Technology Brian Doherty, Dean ,Jane Bancroft Cook Library Wendy Basham, Dean of Students Richard Coe, Chair of the Faculty, Professor of Economics David Harvey, Chair, Division of Social Sciences Aron Edidin Chair, Division of Humanities Paul Scudder, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences Kathy Allen Registrar Cindy Hill Ford President, New College Alumnae/i Association

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Carla VanesaAbad Psycbology Miami, FL Joseph Elias Abboud Philosophy Rydal, PA Aaron Victor Amram Humanities Orlando, FL Eric Shawn A.ndreansk'Y Cbernistry Clearwater. FL Lcandra Alexis Argyros Natural Scie1lces New Port Richey, FL Jeremy .\1ichael Axelrad Ge!leral Studies Forest Hills, NY Kotu Glenn Bajaj Sociolog)' Pompano Beach, FL A.namica Bedi de Silva Biology Columbia Heights, MN David Perry Belew Litera tu1'e Roswell, GA Ross Berlin Classics Islamorada, FL jeremy Blackowiak English Cantonment, FL Lee Jordan Bloch Anthropology/Gender Studies Atlanta, GA Katherine Marie Boeyen Chinese Language and Culture Valrico, FL Eric Weston Bolme Hist01J'/Matbematics Eugene, OR Adam Bresnahan German Studies Melbourne, FL Erinn Candice Brigham Cbemistry Gainesville, FL Clare jean Brown Chinese Language and Culture Kissimmee, FL JUlian Larah Brown 1JiSf01:J' Royal Palm Beach, FL William Francis Buckingham Classics Ann Arbor, MI Leah Renee Burger Sociology Tampa, FL Charles David Carter Religion/ Philosophy Glen Allen, VA Natalie Anne CatastlS Language and Culture Miami, FL Emma Lenc Cawlfield Religion Rolla, MO Jessica Clark Certain Antbropology & Envimnmental Studies Atlanta, GA Brittney Nicole Champagne Art Brandon, FL Christina Renee Chavez Anthropology Pembroke Pines, FL

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Cassie Fay Chesley International and Area Studies/ Political Science Plant City, FL SamuelAntonio Chillaron A ntbropology Plantation, PL AJexander Rennie Cline History Reston, VA Logan Robert Cobb Economics/International and Area Studies Tampa, FL Dolan James Cochran Political Science/Anthropology Steamboat Springs, CO Kristen \1arie Collins Political Scie11ce Jacksonville, FL John Fitzgerald Correa Biology/Applied Mathematics Saint Petersburg, FL Julian Samuel Countess Biological Psycbology Longwood, FL Michael Joseph Cowgill Sociology & Environmental Studies Miami, FL Kaitlin Craig Economics Toledo, OH Horace Greeley Dawson N Sociology Maitland, FL Katharine Rose Dean Biology Washington, DC Richard Decal Chemistry/Biology North Lauderdale, FL Margaret Esther dcCordre Psychology Neptune Beach, FL Maia Giselle de la Calle Sociology & Spanish Language and Culture Miami, FL Michael J. Dexter Political Science & Environmental Studies Sarasota, Fl Allison Noelle Dotts Humanities Dennisville, J Nathan Clark Duvall Art Miami, FL Chelsea Dye luternational and A1ea Studies & Chinese Language and Culture Shawnee, OK Melina Kiriaki Economos English Dunedin, FL Danielle Lois Fasig Medieval and Renaissance Studies Fort Myers, FL jose Rodolfo AlbertoTirona Fenix Mctrine Biology Manila, Philippines Leo Berman Ferretti Environmental Scie11ce*/Art Miami, FL Ian Alan Finneran Chemist1y Lopez Island, WA Angelique Genevieve Giraud Environmental Science* Coral Springs, FL Gregory David Gnmaghan Political ScieHce West Palm Beach, FL

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Flavia Grattcry-Musinsk')' Sociolo!!,y/Gender Studies New York NY Sarah Marie Gregory Psychology Valparaiso FL WeiGu Cbemist1:JrfBiolog)' aint Petersburg, FL Jdfrey Scott Guertin PsyclJologJ' Beverly HilJs, FL Carmen Guiilen-Casal Art Miami, FL StaciAlleg.ra Haber Urban Studies Cdebration, FL Christopher Anthony Hanks international and Area Studies Seffner FL cal Andrew Hargis Economics Eustis, FL Forest Parker Hares Biology & Enl'iromnental Science Gainesville FL Case) Ray Henderson Natuml Sciences Lake Mary, FL Sara Katelyn Henry Music/A11tbropology Delray Beach, FL Dylan Bailey Howard Anthropology Santa Rosa Beach, FL Sarah Pilar Iacobucci Sociology/Spa1lish Language and Cultu1'e Fort Lauderdale, FL Carlos Alberto Iglesias Eco11omics Key West, FL Elena Jeliazkova General Studies arasota, FL Dinah Anne Juergens Art/Literature Dunedin, FL NikJaus Carlton Julius Economics & Pbilosophy Sarasota, FL Zoe Nicole Kenney Sociology/Gender Studies Valrico FL Kerry Patrick Keys Pbysics/Matbematics Largo, FL Ashley Christine King Psychology & Environmental Studies Clearwater, FL Kathryn Alexis Klein Psychology Miami, FL Troy Andrew Konicki Religion West Palm Beach, FL Danielle Jacqueline Korngold Political Science/Economics Davie FL David Krane PIJilosojJby Sarasota, FL Benjamin Michael Kriegel Bradenton, FL Kevin Christopher Law Neurobiology Tallahassee, FL

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Christina Diane Lawrence Amet"ican Studies* Clearwater, FL Dayna ,Jennifer Lazarus E1wiromnental Studies Saint Petersburg, FL Maurn Kathleen Letmon Political Science Titusville, FL jennifer Lieb Political Science & Internalfonal and Area Studies Tallahassee. FL Erica Kristen Lindegren Anthropology/lnternalional and Area Studies/Gender Studies Fort Walton Beach, FL Kaitlin Lovering Chemistry Saint Petersburg, FL Adam Samuel Lubitz Urban Studies Clearwater. FL Leandra Irene Lyniuk Biopsychology Saint Augustine, FL Megan Maya MacGregor A1t Wellington, FL Lucy Claire Maddox Literature Maitland, FL jody Francis Mailer English/Gender Studies Key West, FL Kristin Marie Malossi Philosophy/Political Science West Palm Beach, FL \-tichael joseph Mamzzi Englisb Lakeland, FL Jordan Alexandrn Martin Psycbology Davie, FL Thomas Michael Mawn IV History/Sociology Sarasota. FL Kathleen McGovern Maxwell Chemistry Jacksonville, FL Thomas Leo McKay Political Science Pittsburgh, PA Rachael McLean Religion Naples. FL SarnhAnn McManus Ecology* Lewisville, NC Vijay Mehta Neurobiology Valrico, FL Erika Ann Miller Englisb Traverse City, Ml Agne Milukaite American Studies* Siauliai, Lithuania Zoe Arielle Mirziai A1't His/my/Spanish language and Culture Naples, FL Chelsea Elizabeth Montgomery Anthropology Coral Springs, FL Sarah Elizabeth Moore Econornics Sarasota, FL

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CANDIDATES FOR TIIE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Heather Noel1e Mullins Art Clearwater, FL Karen Marie Muschler Biology Woodbridge, VA Ziva Kaye Myer Ma them a tics/Pb ysics Boynton Beach, FL Mallika Nair Environmental Studies Lutz, FL Juliana Kiev Nalerio Humanities West Palm Beach, FL oelle Amyra Ncemeh Psycbology Tampa, FL Timothy Charles Nest Psychology/Computer Science*/Philosophy Kennebunk. ME Sarah L. Newberry Art Miami, FL Andrew David oune Sociology Plymouth, Ml Kathleen Erin 0' cal ociology/Gender Studies Homestead, FL Keytin Muriko Palmer Psychology Coral Springs, FL Lauren MicheUc A1t Key West, FL Stephanie Jean Parrish Psycbology Largo, FL \1eagan Patrick Natural Sciences Great River, Y Amber Lrnn Patti HisfOtJ' Lakenheath, England Chclsce Cole Payne Englisb Sarasota, FL Marilyn Whitfield Payne E11CJironmental Studies Atlanta, GA Christopher Pedersen Physics arasota, FL Joslyn Persh Humanities Baltimore, MD Caitlin Claire Petro Biology Dunedin, FL Alexandra Day Pierce International and Area Studies & Political Science Mount Dora, FL Matthew Robert Polzin General Studies Franklin, MI Mary Emily Powell Psychology Tampa, FL Katherine Wojtyto Raoux Mathematics/ Art Orlando, FL Randi Nicole Reams Perfonnance Studies* Key Wet, FL Marisa Lynne Reichert Humanities Jupiter, FL

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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Lior Rcis cher Psycb ology Coral 'prings, PL Raymond Votaw Roberts III \a/Ural Scie11ces fernandina Beach, fL icolc Lynne Robinson L'11glisb orth Port, FL Alexander Lee ali bury Natural Sciences Tampa FL Michael Laurence anderson A1llbropolof<) '/His t o l)' Miami FL Case} 'tack Sch thorn General Studies arasota, FL Rachel Pctclk chcrer Psycbology aint Peter burg, FL arah Kathryn 'chlosser Art History Tampa, FL Alcis Holly chwartz Sciences Tallahassee FL \1olly Kathleen harp Psychology East Greenwich, RI tephanic v1arie Sherman }rfari1ze Biology Fort Rucker, AL Leila Ora hoo bani Pbilosophy Boca Raton FL Evan Copperrnan igmund Relil(ion Tarpon Springs FL Katherine 1arie mith Biology/Cbemislt)' Tallahassee FL Tess Amelia omcrville English/FreJzcb < :wport, RI William Anthony )oto Pbilosopby \liami, FL Brian Scott Stanwyck Mathematics Pompano Beach, FL Jonathan Keegan tatz Applied lfatbematics/Biolop.J' Sarasota FL Graham Clark Stecklein American tudies White Bear Township, Sara Camille to all ; l!usi : Owensboro, KY tuart Steven trock .l1ari11e Biology Lake FL arab Casey Thompson literature/. ;panisb language and Culture Sarasota, FL Ryan Kell) Tisdale Riolog)'/Ecology arasota, FL Elit.abeth LangTraq Art Orlando, FL Bryant James Turffs Enoironmental arasota, FL \larie Andrie Van Camp History Sara ota, FL

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CANDIDATES FOR ffiE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Natale Van Dine Literature/Art HistOtT Boca Raton, FL Arielle Marlene Vic aria Erwironmental Studies Miami Beach, FL Emma Ward Psychology Marco Island. FL Nicole Whalen International and Area Studies/Economics Venice, FL Thomas Alden Wheat Music/Art Saint Petersburg, FL Tyler Christopher Whitson Political Science Tampa, FL Mark Sherman Wilco Anthropology/Political Science Plantation. FL Regina Leann Willis Economics Lutz, FL David Aaron Wyde Compute1 Science* Mercer Island, WA Lindsey Nicole Young CbeJnistry/Biology Miami, Fl. Catherine Zakoskc Psycbo/ogy jacksonville, Fl. Jeremy David Zorn Religion/Psychology Longwood, FL Indicates special area of concentration

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New College Turns 50 50th Anniversary Weekend Celebration February 2011 Founders' Day, October 22, 2010 Four Winds Sculpture Dedication April15, 2011


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