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New College Class of 1977 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1977 Commencement program
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New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1977
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Five 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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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS EMELINE CARSWELL ACTON, English Literature Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania MICHAEL ALLAN ARMSTRONG, Humanities Tampa, Florida ROBERT DAVID ATKINSON, Sociology Wilmette, Illinois CLAIRE ELAI E BAILEY, American Studies Sarasota, Florida CHARLES SCOTT BAKER, Environmental Studies Birmingham, Alabama CHERYL A. BELZ, Fine Arts/ Art History Nashville, Tennessee ROBI OLIVER BRENA, Psychology Skagway, Arkansas BEVERLY ANN BROWN, Public Policy Bradenton. Florida ELIZABETH A N BRYANT, English Literature Seattle, Washington MARY ELIZABETH BURFISHER, International Relations Des Plaines, Illinois LEE BUTCHER, General Studies Sarasota, Florida CLAYTON JAMES CARPENTER, Literature/ Creative Writing Wellsville, New York EDWARD ALEX CHADD, Literature/ American Studies Evanston, Illinois EMMANUEL CHUKWURA CHINWUBA, Economics Lagos, Nigeria SUSA COHEN, Political Science Great Neck, New York JAMES JOSEPH COOK, Religion and Philosophy Scarborough, New York DIAN E COSTELLO, Mathematics Birmingham, Alabama CAROLYN A. CRAMER, Fine Arts Sarasota, Florida YVONNE ARLE E CROCKER, International Relations Columbus, Georgia ALLEN DALEZMAN, Urban Studie s Skokie, Illinois THEODORE HOWES DeWITT, Biology Pasadena, California RICHARD A DRUMMOND, Environmental Studies Sarasota, Florida ALEXIS M. DURHAM, III, Sociology Sarasota, Florida ARON ZALMAN EDIDIN, Philosophy and Mathematics Evanston, Illinois VIRGINIA LUKENS ELGIN, Psychology St. Petersburg. Florida MARGARET MARY ENSIGN, World Order Studies Malibu, California MARK W. EVANS, Environmental Studies Sarasota, Florida RHONDA K. EVANS, Environmental Studies Sarasota, Florida HOLLY EXNER, General Studies Ames, Iowa JERI LIZABETH FACKELMAN, French Kaunakakai, Hawaii NANCY ELAINE FEYLER, Sociology Bernardsville, New Jersey JANET ELIZABETH LACY FINNEY, Fine Arts Bradenton, Florida JAMES ERIC FOSTER, Economics and Mathematics Hollywood, Florida


Program PRELUDE The Brass Quintet of the New College Music Festival John Aley, trumpet David Stephen, trumpet Michael Mitchell, trombone Robert Ward, French horn Craig Fuller, tuba PROCESSIONAL INVOCATION The Rev. R. Thomas Beason, B.D. Director of Ministry The Ecumenical Board for Campus Ministry REMARKS George H. Mayer, Ph.D. Provost Anna Navarro, M.A. Class of 1967 Director of Corporate Social Responsibility Monsanto Company Alan H. Kraus Class of 1977 ADDRESS Robert A. Goldwin, Ph.D. Resident Scholar and Director of Seminar Programs American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research CONFERRING OF DEGREES Lester W. Tuttle, Jr., Ed.D. Dean and Administrator of Regional Campuses RECESSIONAL


FRA CINE ROSE GERACE, Sociology Arlington, New Jersey ADAM JOSEPH GINENSKY, Mathematics Port Washington, New York JE !FER LYNN GLASS, Sociology Dallas, Texas ELLE KAY GLESSNER, American Studies Friedens, Pennsylvania GARY BRUCE GOATES, Mathematics Salt Lake City, Utah DAVID PHILIP GOODMAN, Spanish Miami Beach, Florida KAREN LEE GRADY, Biology Ft. Lauderdale, Florida THERESE ANN HAYES, Biology/Environmental Studies East Aurora, New York LAURA MARIAN HEERY, General Studies Atlanta, Georgia JAMES LEE HENDRICK, Psychology Bowling Green, Kentucky STANLEY ROBERT HERWITZ, Biology Newton Highlands, Massachusetts ROBIN TERESA HOFFMASTER, Chemistry McLean, Virginia PATRICK LOWELL HOLLEMAN, Psychology Indian Harbor Beach, Florida CARL WAYNE HOPKINSON, Biology Chicago, !Illinois CYNTHIA LYNNE KEPPLEY, Psychology and Anthropology Wyomissing, Pennsylvania JOHN ANDREW KOGERMA, Literature/Psychology Sarasota, Florida MARK KOT, Physics/Applied Mathematics Mt. Prospect, Illinois ALAN HARVEY KRAUS, History Beachwood, Ohio SUSAN STACY LAMPP, General Studies Mountain Lakes, New Jersey RAYMOND SCOTT LESSER, General Studies Cleveland Heights, Ohio RANDY STEPHEN LEVINSON, Sociology! Anthropology Flushing, New York JUAN DAVID LINDAU, Anthropology Mexico LOUISE ANNE LINER, Social Science Danbury, Connecticut BRIAN LUKACHER, Art History York, Pennsylvania CONRAD MacKERRON, Humanities Walpole, New Hampshire NATHANIEL GRAFTON MARTIN, Literature Charlottesville, Virginia ANDREA MARTZ, Experimental Psychology Minersville, Pennsylvania ROBERT CHARLES McARTHUR, Natural Sciences Little Rock, Arkansas DAVID WAY E McDUFFY, Humanities Charlotte, North Carolina RANDALL TODD MOON, Biology Hinckley, Ohio MARISA MUJICA, Philosophy Lima, Peru JAMES ROBERT MUNSO European History Grosse Pointe, Michigan LEE ELLEN NEWTON, Fine/Applied Art New Britain, Connecticut HANH THI HONG NGUYEN, Economics Vietnam PETER PAVCHINSKI, Psychology Sarasota, Florida REBECCA MARY POWERS, International Relations! Modern History Omaha, Nebraska DOROTHY GALE PULFORD, Eng/ish Literature Yankeetown, Florida RANDALL WI STON PUTTICK. Mathematics Riviera Beach, Florida MARY HELEN RABB. Social Sciences West Palm Beach, Florida WILLIAM THOMAS REYNOLDS, III. Environmental Studies Sarasota, Florida ELIZABETH JOYCE RUBIN, Medieval Studies University Heights, Ohio BETTY TOOMBS RUSHTO Environmental Studies Sarasota, Florida GAIL RUSSELL, Psychology Sarasota, Florida BRIAN SAYRS, Mathematics Asbury Park, New Jersey NEIL HOWARD SCHECKER, Psychology West Islip, New York PAUL HARVEY SHAPHREN, Mathematics Phoenix, Arizona DON A MARIE SIGNORELLI, General Studies Ft. Walton Beach, Florida JEFFREY HENDERSO SMITH, Mathematics Arkadelphia, Arkansas DAVID SMOLKER, Environmental Studies Setauket, ew York MICHAEL ROBERT SPARKS, Sociology Elkin, North Carolina RORY JAMES SUTTON, Mathematics Sarasota, Florida DE NIS PETER SWA EY, Physics Kingsville, Ohio ANDREW WHIT EY TUCKER, Music Lexington, Massachusetts JA YE ANN TULLAI, Environmental Studies Brooklandville, Maryland GAY MARC'HARID URVOAS, German Cultural Studies Sarasota, Florida SCOTT CHRISTOPHER VERGES, Philosophy Glenview. Illinois MARY LESLIE VOGEL, Religion/Jungian Studies Naples. Florida BARBARA L Y N WATTS, Psychology Sarasota, Florida JANET MARIE WEISENFORD, Public Policy Orange Park, Florida CAROL PAULA WEISS, Psychology Hamden. Connecticut

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