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New College Class of 1983 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1983 Commencement program
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New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1983
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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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CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Diane Elizabeth Bass, Psychology New York, New York Daniel Clifford Beach, Biology: Cellular/Developmental Caldwell, New Jersey Julia Ann Berrone, Literature Woodbridge, Connecticut Mark Bondurant, Humanities Footland, Florida Charles James Briggs, Sociology St. Louis, Missouri Anderson Graham Brown, Ethics/ American History Cambridge, Massachusetts Diane Carol Busch, General Studies Barrington, Illinois JoLynn Butts, Natural and Mathematical Sciences Naples, Florida Melissa Maud Cahill, Drama/Writing Randolph, New York Michael David Calinski, Marine Ecology Key West, Florida Mary Patterson Cheshire, Humanities Panama City, Florida Jason Cote, Experimental Psychology Sarasota, Florida Perri Lee Curtis, Humanities Sarasota, Florida Jose Antonio Diaz-Balart, Political Science Miami, Florida Eric Gibbs Dyreson, Mathematics Mesilla, New Mexico Ann Mara Flynn, Fine Arts Tampa, Florida Deni Scott Galileo, Biology: Cellular/Developmental Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Guy J. Germanio, General Studies Sarasota, Florida Anthony Giordano, Biology Cleveland, Ohio Guita Guity, Fine Arts Sarasota, Florida Christine L. Hamilton, Biology Clayton, Missouri Munn Hammel, Experimental Psychology Chatham, New Jersey Dawn Jean Herzig, History Ocoee, Florida David Squire Johanson, Literature Jamestown, New York Takashi Kei Kishimoto, Biology Baltimore, Maryland Jaime Kratz, Natural Sciences Surfside, Florida Carolyn Krebs, Humanities Minneapolis, Minnesota Lindsay Ann LaBurt, General Studies Tuxedo Park, New York Michael Jude Lacqua., Biology Deerfield Beach, Florida Christine Rose Laing, Physics Lansing, Michigan


Program PRELUDE Florida West Coast Youth Orchestra Brass Quintet Chris Moore, David Clark, Greg Roosa, Maryan Matthews Lisa Confessor e PROCESSIONAL Robert H. Knox, New College Marshal INVOCATIO James G. Moseley, Associate Professor of Religion WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS John P. Anton Provo t ADDRESS Arthur MeA. Miller, Professor of Literature CONFERRI G OF DEGREES John Lott Brown, President RECESSIONAL Marshal Knox PLATFORM GUESTS John Lott Brown, President, USF John P. Anton, Provost, ew College Robert V. Barylski, Dean, SF at Sarasota Robert Benedetti, Chairman, Social Sciences Division, New College James B. Heck, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of Regional Campus Affairs, USF Robert M. Johnson, Chairman, Executive Committee, New College Foundation Peter A. Kazaks, Chairman, Natural Sciences Division, ew College Robert H. Knox, New College Marshal Arthur MeA. Miller, Professor of Literature, ew College James G. Moseley, Chairman, Humanities Division, New College Gregory M. St. L. O'Brien, Vice President for Academic Affairs, USF


Valerie Doris Lehr, Political Science Baltimore, Maryland 1aren Georgina Donald on Lewis, Sociology arasota, Florida Robert K. Lincoln, Political Science Sarasota, Florida Christopher J. Lo Frisco, Biology Manalapan, New Jersey Marjorie Joan Mack, Sociology Bradenton, Florida Sharon Anne Mansour, Music/Psychology Palm Harbor, Florida Nancy Marchetti, Literature Langhorne, Pennsylvania Christopher A. Marinello, Economics Michael Joseph Mazzola, Economics Plainview, New York Elizabeth R. McCain, Biology/Marine Biology Pittsford, ew York John Bryan McGowan, Jr., Economics Rochester, New York Joanne Meyer, Humanities Sarasota, Florida Miriam Jean Miller, Social Sciences Brasilia, Brazil Esteban Manuel De Miranda, Literature Miami, Florida Leslie Sylvia Morris, Psychoanalysis/Existentialism New York, New York Shawn Patrick Murphy, Biology and Chemistry Buffalo, New York Laurie Kay oiler, Literature Brandon, Florida Linda Lee Nunez, Art History and Fine Arts Jacksonville, Florida James Olivier, Political Science Tampa, Florida Elizabeth Ann Osuch, Philosophy Dubuque, Iowa Elizabeth Lewis Palmer, Fine Arts Sarasota, Florida Margaret Susan Patton, Developing Areas Studies Tallahassee, Florida Matthew Arthur Puma, Philosophy Maryland Patricia C. Quets, Biology Lakeland, Florida Juan Quintana, Literature Miami Beach, Florida Sergio Economics Ottawa, Canada Cynthia Ann Roessler, Environmental Studies Gainesville, Florida Gloria Patricia Romano, Fine Arts Havana, Cuba Michael Eugene Russell, Language, Culture and Society Winona, Minnesota Charles C. Rutheiser, Anthropology Rockville Centre, New York


Daniel J. Ryan jr., Mathematical, Physical and Computer Sciences Chester, Pennyslvania Christina L. Salter, Psychology Altamonte Springs, Florida Michael Samra, Mathematics New York, New York Elizabeth Scheffler, Cultural History/ Architectural History Wheaton, Illinois Elisa Jennifer Schneider, Economics Boca Raton, Florida James Maxwell Shore, Literature New York, New York Jerry A. Simmons, Philosophy and Physics Santa Barbara, California Donna Claire Sinclair, Biology Montego Bay, Jamaica Julie Beth Skoby, Biology Largo, Florida Mary Bane Snyder Stevens, Anthropology Sarasota, Florida Dale E. Tarpley, Political Science Sarasota, Florida Roy Salvatore Tedesco, Social Sciences Setauket, New York Robert Walter Tonnies, Mathematics Largo, Florida Susan Josephine Wallner, Social Theory Columbus, Georgia Colene Louise West, Psychology Sarasota, Florida David Curtis Whritenour, Chemistry Sarasota, Florida Cheryl Ann Wiley, Experimental Psychology Levittown, Pennsylvania Mark H. Winston, Religion/ Anthropology Sarasota, Florida Andrew A. Workman, Philosophy/Social Theory Jackson, Mississippi May Jean Wu, Public Policy Carle Place, New York Linda Sue Yoder, Sociology Sarasota, Florida


Events, activities, programs, and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, Vietnam or disabled veteran status, handicap or age, as provided by law and in accordance with the University's respect for personal dignity. This public document was promulgated at an ll!lnual cost of$360, or S 72 per copy to serve as a program for the Commencement Convocation and to provide a record of the 1983 graduates. (83-105)

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