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New College Class of 1990 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1990 Commencement program
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New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1990
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New College of Florida
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Sarasota, Fla.
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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 Lorelei D. Ackerman Political Science Brentwood ew York Enis Alsan atural Sciences Sarasota Florida Rino Galateo Avellaneda History Sarasota Florida Matthew Bryan Baker Biology Yorba linda, California Grant Andrew Praschma Balfour Hermeneutics Lantana Florida Corinna Lee Baquero Psychology Elkhart Indiana Tammi Marie Berden Social Sdences Sandusky Michigan Kurt S Bersani, International Relations Bradenton Florida Tony Bolante Humanities Orlando Florida Beth Ann Boring Psychology & Sodology Sarasota Florida Wiebke Breuer Public Policy Ely, Iowa Gretchen Ashley Brodtman, Folklore pringfield Virginia Scott Andrew Broeder Social Sdences Greenwich Connecticut Mamie Lynn Savage Burton Psychology Endicott New York Michael Adam Granville Burton, Environmental Studies Homestead Florida Josiah Benton Carter English & American Literature Boston Massachusetts Clairellen Regina Catalano Chemistry Naple Florida Daniel John Catalano Jr., English & American Literature Charlottesville Virginia An-Chih Chang Natural Sciences an jose, Costa Rica William Wayne Cheatham Jr., Biology West Palm Beach Florida Elizabeth Frances Ciofalo Psychology Ramsey ew Jersey Merrill Grant Cole Literature Charleston South Carolina Lynn usan Currier Sociology Hopkinton New Hampshire Pete Guy Cutter, Cognitive Psychology Miami Florida Lauren Marie Dockett Psychology t Petersburg Florida Maureen Bridget Donnelly Mathematics St. Loui Mi souri Kry tin joan Draper Environmental Politics Sarasota Florida John R Evans, Humanities Belmont Massachusetts Gerald A. Felz n Social Narrative Miami Florida Ellen Ann Fredericks Political Science / Race Relations Maplewood ew Jersey Edward Harrison Freeman Environmental Studies Panama City Beach Florida Patricia Marie Frew Urban Studies Pascagoula Mi is ippi Cynthia Ann Gettinger Cognitive Neuropsychology Bradenton Florida Amy Ruth Goodman Humanities Columbia Maryland Elsa ). Gordon Fine Arts Bradenton Florida Jennifer ti a Granick Political Sdence Glen Ridge, ew Jersey Martin R Haggblom-Payne Experimental/Clinical Psychology Sarasota Florida Amy Hale Anthropology Coral prings Florida Julie Hansen Social Sciences ew York New York Caroline Huey, German ew York New York Daniel S Iducovich, Philosophy ew Kensington Pennsylvania Rowan john Jacobsen English & American Literature Deltona Florida


PROGRAM PRELUDE Booker High School jazz Ensemble PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal SILENT PRAYER Marilyn Mar ron, Minister, Association for Campus Ministry WELCOME AND INTROD CfiONS Margaret L. Bates, Interim Provost New College ADDRESS J. P. White, New College 1974 CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSI1Y Francis T. Borkow ki President of the University CONFERRING OF DEGREES Francis T. Borkowski and Margaret L. Bates RECESSIO AL Marshal Berggren


Garrett Maxwell Jones Ecorwmics t. Petersburg Florida Kristin B Kalmbacher Natural Sciences Sarasota, Florida Jeffrey Marc Kami Psychology Joyville 1 evada Beth Samantha Kavky, Art History Lansdale Pennsylvania Amy ue Kaylor History Sarasota Florida Paul Kennedy Music Sarasota Florida Russell Heath Kennedy Musicology Sarasota Florida Michael David Kirchman Political Sdence Sarasota, florida Thomas LaDue La.shar, Humanities Chattanooga Tennessee Monica Laine Lewman General Studies Fort Myers, Florida Kris Charle Lowe Biology Bradenton, Florida Mary Ellen Malloy Environmental Studies Sarasota Florida Victor Manuel Mangome Jr., Social Sciences Caguas Puerto Rico Merlin D Mann Ill Cultural Studies Sarasota, Florida Salvatore joseph Manzi Fine Arts Englewood florida Enrique Guillermo McDonald Hispanic Literature/Philosophy San Juan, Puerto Rico Anne E Bast McGinty English & American Literature Venice Florida Joseph Patrick McGurty Political Sdence /Ecorwmics Matawan, New jersey Robyn Lynn Mowery Psychology Woodbridge, Virginia Ruth E M Nicholson English & American Literature Sarasota Florida Thomas Gennaro Nocerino Economics Fort Myers Florida Jeffrey Charles unes Natural Sciences Sarasota, Florida Adam Oler, History Chester prings Pennsylvania Christopher Malcolm Patton Natural Sciences Lawrenceburg Tennessee Joseph E Pettit Jr. English & American Literature Daytona Beach Florida M Alisandra Pinholster Sociology Land O Lake Florida Elizabeth Andrea Plumley Psychobiology Milton West Virginia Alex John Pogel Mathematics Plantation Florida Benjamin William Prescott Ill American History Sarasota Florida Curtis D. Press Natural Sciences t Louis Missouri Matthew High Reynolds Computer Science / Cognitive Psychology Sarasota Florida Deanna Michele Rieder Sociology Melbourne, Florida Douglas M Rucker Classical Philosophy Kingston Washington Lisa K Russell Philosophy Jacksonville Florida Todd McCamy Rymer Religion Miami Florida Rachel Martine Schendler Sociology Weehawken, New jersey Susan Jeanne Snedden Ceramics Sarasota Florida Will Snedden Language, Culture & Society Crystal Beach Florida Karen Patricia Stasiowski, International Relations Ellicott City Maryland Kathryn Lucinda Stein, English & American Literature t Louis Missouri Alan T ukasa tonebraker, Art As Applied To Science Silver Spring Maryland Paul F. Strack Mathematics Atlantic Beach Florida


Angelica M Suau, Biology St. Peter burg, Florida Annemarie Succop, Natural Sciences Lakewood Ohio Amy joanne wackhamer, Psychology Wingate North Carolina jennifer L. Tompkins English & American Literature Sarasota Florida liana Krystinne rfer ociology Sarasota Florida Karen Volkman Russian /Literature Ruskin Florida Amy Waller Language Culture & Society Cincinnati, Ohio William Anthony Wanderski Child Development Sarasota Florida Robin Anne Ward General Studies Columbia South Carolina Wm. Ansel Webb, Anthropology/Political Science Cary North Carolina Glenn Alan Whitehouse Religion Geneva Florida Mark Wilkens History Coral prings Florida Ellen Lindsay Wimams General Studies Sarasota, Florida Donald Gene Witmer, Philosophy Lake Park Florida Ann Marie Wnorowski Sociology jacksonville Florida Deirdre Lynne Woolsey Humanities Milton Florida PLATFORM GUESTS Francis T Borkowski President University of South Florida Margaret L. Bates, Interim Provost New College David P Schenck Interim Dean USF at Sarasota Rolland V. Heiser, President New College Foundation Douglas C. Berggren New College Marshal ). P. White, Class of 1974 John S Hodgson, Vice Provost, University of South Florida James Feeney Director, Special Project Development, New College Nancy E. Ferraro Director, Records and Registration John P Moore Chair, Division of Humanities Anthony P Andrews, Chair Division of Social Sciences Jane Stephens, Chair Division of Natural Sciences Marilyn Marston Minister, Association for Campus Ministry


A DISTINGUISHED PAST Founded in 1960 Ne" College opened in 196-t a private college whose 1>tuuems would come from all part!> of the nation and whose facult) and curriculum would reflect the of excellence. e\"\ College attracted immediate national attention for the nature and quality of it academic program. The Charter of 101 grew into an enrollment of SOO. In 1967 when the first students were graduateu the College won accreditation. Soon began to make their marks in career!. and in graduate and profe !tiona! A!. the College matured academically inflationary pre threatened iti> very life in the carl) After exploring variou:. trategic for uf\ival. the college admini!ttration and tru tee!> proposed to the Board of Regent:. of the tate l 'niver ity ystcm of Florida a novel plan that allowed the tion to become a free -!>Landing college within the University of South Florida, haring the campu with the regional campus academic program. pecial action by the Florida Legislature et the Mage for thi1> unique partner hip to occur. ;-.;ew College wa continued through a combination of sup port from thc tate and annual grant!> from the cw College Foundation Together. the) enabled the College to remain !>malt and to continue it distinctive program. While this year's class is graduating this weekend, members of the previous classes are celebrating their reunion--They and the more than 1900 graduates of the College are in the mid t of distinguished career E1ents. actirities programs and facilities of the l 'nir er ity of South Florida are available to all without regard to race color sex, religion, national origin handicap or age as protided by law and in accord ance uith tbe Cniversity's respect for personal dignity

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