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New College Class of 1988 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1988 Commencement program
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New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1988
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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 Traci Ann Ardren, Anthropology arasota, Florida Anne Marie Baker, Literature Dallas, Texas Kenneth W .R. Baker. Jr., Cl:xnni try Augu ta, Georgia herl)' ilveu Barker, Engli b American Literature arasota, Florida Alison Kae Ben n, 'atural Science Florence, Kcntud:y arab Webster Blanchard, Urvan/Enuironmentai tudies arasota, Florida Andrea Ilena Blum, Cbemistry Oakland, Maine raig Phillip Bolin, History Jac 11\'iUe, Florida Kathleen N emi Boyle, General tudies Gaithersburg. Maryland William MacDonald Brown, Economics Michael Joseph Bru tad, Matbematics/Pbilosophy D troit Lake Minn ota Joni Jane Burnette, Mathernatics Lake ity, Florida Laure n Adele ameron, Economics Bradenton, Florida Le lie A hertok, Psychology/Cbild Development We t yack, ew ork Kelleth Roger hinn, Ethnomusicology ommerce, Texas haron Ther Cload, Chemistry Bellingham Washington Mark A orneliu odology Altamonte prings, Florida Walter Bi marck Duque d Estrada, atural Sciences Bayamon, Puerto Rico andra laudia Englert, Humanities 1 Iorrheim, W Germany Laura Jean Eric on, F01eign Languages /lntenzational Relations Winter Ha\'cn, Florida Richard G Falli History/Literature Warren, ew Jersey \\ ei chin Fang atural Sciences Tainan, Taiwan Amy Ferris, atural cience Hopewell, New Jerse Michael ]arne Fr edman, Fine A1ts }Tacuse, ew York Kathryn M Galt lntenzational Relations Cape Haze Florida Jo hua Lee Gottlieb Literature e York. ew York Thomas franci Graef, Film-making/. culpture Monmouth Bea h, e\v Jerse' Julie Ann Green, Psycbology Glcmiew, Illinoi Michele Gregoire, General tudies Port harlotte Florida William Beattie Groben II, Economics arasota, Florida ancy Laura Gro man Humanities arasota, Florida Regina Anne Haberma History Jupiter, Florida Mary Ann Higby, Biology enice, Florida usan Leah Hir hberg, Animal Behavior Pasadena, California


PROGRAM PRELUDE West Coast Brass Quintet PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal SILENT PRAYER Marilyn Marston Minister, Association for Campus Ministry WELCOME AND INTROD U CTIONS Robert R. Benedetti, Provost of the College GREETINGS FROM THE ALUM I Adam Tebrugge, Assistant Public Defender, Sarasota Counry ADDRESS Robert H Knox, Professor of Literature, New College CONGRA TIJLA TIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY James M Anker, Acting Provost of the University CONFERRING OF DEGREES james M Anker and RobertR. Benedetti RECESSIONAL Marshal Berggren


jonathan H Hope General Studies Buford Georgia Michael Allen Hopper Political Sdence Bellair hores Florida Andrew Lawrence Howlett Btitish & American Literature Naples, Florida Melanie Anne Hubbard Philosophy /Religion Winter Haven Florida Donald]. Kendzior Emiromnental Studies / Fine Arts Bradenton, Florida Clifford George Kentros. Biology Birmingham. Alabama Willian1 C. Kerr Economics Hamilton Town hip ew jersey Darrell Martin Kienzle, Conzputer Science arasota Florida oong Hoon Kim, Chemislly La Paz, Bolivia An1y Claire Kimball, Enuironmental Studies /Literature unrise Florida Alison Rita Kre Hispanic Language & Literature arasota, Florida Tammera Marie Lee, Environmental Studies Pfafftown, orth Carolina Catherine Helen Loose Psychology enice, Florida Meris a Lovett General tudies arasota, Florida uzanne McDermott Drama/Art/Music arasota, Florida Le lie Ann Miller, Emironmental tudies Cincinnati Ohio tacy Kay Moore Music Denver Colorado Patricia Murer, Envb-onmental tudies Bogota, Colombia guyen Tuan Anh, Mathematics ai-gon, Viet Nam Hannah Lee Onstad Language Culture & Sodety San Franci!>co California Michael Christopher Owen, Language Culture & Sodety Woodstock New York Gina Elizabeth Pesano Humanities Londonderl)', New Hampshire Gina Patricia Pignata Sodal Psychology Cary North Carolina Marsha Anne Pool, Anthropology arasota Florida Melvin E Potter, Psychology Ft. Myer Florida teven David Prenner, Humanities Pompano Beach Florida Russel ]arne Repp Political Science Portland, Oregon )arne Franci Paul Rogauskas Humanities Springfield New jersey Lisa R Roggow Anthropology/Literature Sarasota Florida David William Russell Literature/History Merritt Island Florida Erma Pauline 'anders, Psychology Cincinnati Ohio Jeffery Gerard Saven Chemistry Manhattan Kan as Albert R. Schofield IV, American tudie Miami Florida Rebecca Ann Shepardson, Medieval & Renaissance Studies Cornish Maine john James Sher l ock, &onomics Tulsa Oklahoma Benny Ping-chung Shum, Psychology and Fine Arts Hong Kong Eric Randi Siegel Psychology Daytona Beach, Florida Leslie usanne mart, Humanities Cincinnati Ohio


Richard Clyde mith Chemistry Longwood Florida Velinda Lee Tracy Biological Psychology Boca Raton Florida Adrienne Cory Sommers Psychology Sarasota Florida Christina K. Trent, British & American Literature Poughkeepsie New York Beverley Stanton Sociology Winter Park Florida Eric Randall Strickland Biology Altamonte prings Florida Steven Jay Waldman Biology Hazlet New Jersey Caroline McComas Wampole Humanities Sarasota Florida Brian Keith Sullivan Anthropology/ Archaeology Sarasota, Florida John Wong, Biology Hong Kong Abbi Susan Taylor, Psychology Boca Raton Florida Mauri Ann Ziff Cognitive Science / Psychology Greensburg Permsylvania David Harold Thornton, E.: :perimental Psychology Bradenton, Florida PLATFORM GUESTS James M Anker Acting Provost of the niversity Robert R Benedetti Provost New College Robert V Barylski, Dean U F at Sarasota James W Brown, Chairman New College Foundation Board of Tmstce Rolland V Heiser, President, New College Foundation Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal Adam Tebmgge, Assistant Public Defender, arasota County James Feeney Director Special Project Development New College Nancy E Ferraro Director, Records and Registration Robert H Knox Professor of Literan1re New College Douglas C. Langston, Chairman, Division of Humanilie Charlene C. Levy, Chairman, Division of Social Science Jane Stephens Chairman, Division of Natural Sciences Marilyn Marston Minister, Association for Campus Ministry


A DISTINGUISHED PAST Founded in J 960. ew College opened in 196 4 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 national attention for the nature and quality of its academic program The Charter Clas of 101 grew into an enrollment of 500. In 196 7. when the first 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 1970 After exploring various trategies for survival the college administration and trustees proposed to the Board of Regents of the State niver it) ystem of Florida a novel plan that allowed the institu tion to become a free standing college within the L'niversity o f South Florida sharing the campus with the nivcrsity s regional campus academic program pecial action by the Florida Legislature set the rage for this unique partnership to occur. ew College was continued through a combination of sup port from the tate and annual grams from the ew College Foundation Together, they enabled the College to remain small and to continue its di tinctive program While this year's class is graduating this weekend members of the classes of 1968 19 7 3 19 7 8 and 1983 are celebrating their rt:unions TI1ey and the other more than 1700 graduates of the College are in the midst of distingui hed careers Events actiuities programs and facilities of the University of South f-lorida are available to all witbout regard to race color. sex religion, national on'gin handicap. or age as provided by law and in accord ance u'itb the Unil.'ersi.ty's respect for personal digm ty.

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