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New College Class of 1995 Commencement program


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New College Class of 1995 Commencement program
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New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 1995
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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 Karen L. Ahrens, Sociology Oconomowoc, WI Nathan Andrew Allen, British & Americ(111literature Tampa, FL Kevin P. Arlyck, History/French Poughkeepsie, NY Natalie Catherine Arsenault, Foreign Languages Naples, FL Athena Bevette Baldwin, Biopsychology San Francisco, CA Sheila Annette Bishop, Humanities Gainesville, FL Margaret Ansley Blackstock, British & American literature, Ponte Vedra, FL Kendra Gayle Bowman, Chemistry Sarasota, FL Colin J. Boyle, History Sarasota, FL Alissa Branham, Religion & Philosophy Tampa, FL Christopher Bryan Bundrick, British & American Literature, Ocala, FL Raymonda Burgman, Economics West Palm Beach, FL Jo Cabrero, Biology San Salvador, El Salvador Kim Cecchi, Sociology Winchester, CT Danielle Schuler Chynoweth, Political Science Gainesville, FL Kelly Fielding Clark, Humanities Dallas, TX Allen R. Costell, History Satellite Beach, FL Anthony Frank Crisafi, Humanities Merritt Island, FL Robert Michael Cronin, Humanities Orleans, MA Susan Kristine Day, literature Readfield, ME Leo Alexander Demski, Anthropology Lexington, KY Melissa Ann Dodge, Psychology Kissimmee, FL Jennifer Lynn Doman, Sociology McLean, VA Michael Alexander Ferrell, History Titusville, FL John Christopher Ferris, Physics Long Lake, MN Ezra William Freeman, Political Science Gainesville, FL Helga B. Fuller, Mathematics Gaithersburg, MD Daphne Ada Gabrieli, Ancient Religions Coral Springs, FL Scott Clayton Giese, Physics Sarasota, FL Terry Michael Glenn, Social Sciences Cape Coral, FL Ari Benjamin Goelman, Economics King of Prussia, PA Deborah Lea Goodwin, Political Science Columbia, SC Diana Marianna Gordie, MedievaVRenaissance Studies Cape Coral, FL Kelly Green, Sociology Santa Cruz, CA


PROGRAM PRELUDE Manatee High School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIONAL Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Gordon E. Micbalson, Jr., Dean and Warden, New College ADDRESS Ms. Fay Clayton Robinson, Curley and Clayton, P.C., Chicago, Illinois CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Michael G. Kovac, Interim Provost, University of South Florida CONFERRING OF DEGREES Michael G. Kovac and Gordon E. Michalson, Jr. RECESSIONAL Marshal Berggren PLATFORM GUESTS Michael G. Kovac, Interim Provost, University of South Florida Gordon E. Michalson, Jr., Dean and Warden, New College David P. Schenck, Dean, USF at Sarasota Rolland V. Heiser, President, New College Foundation Ms. Fay Clayton, Chicago, Illinois Douglas C. Berggren, New College Marshal Mark Johnson, Director, Student Affairs Nancy Ferraro, Director, Records and Registration Anthony P. Andrews, Chair, Division of Social Sciences Magdalena Carrasco, Chair, Division of Humanities LeoS. Demski, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences Margaret L. Bates, Professor of Political Science Robert H. Knox, Professor of Literature


Charles John Harbin, British & American Literature Sarasota, Fl. Cynthia A. Harrington, Environmental Studies/Philosophy, Charlotte, NC Kelly Marie Harris, Natural Sciences Sarasota, Fl. Curtis Hilton Hayes, Humanities Brandon, Fl. Joseph B. Henry, History Sarasota, FL Rudy Hernandez, Philosophy & Religion Miami, Fl. Laura Reid Holland, Anthropology/Archaeology Montgomery, AL Elizabeth Kay Hopper, Psychology Greenville, SC Neil A. Israel, Sociology Overland Park, KS Kevin C. Kanning, Biology Gulf Breeze, Fl. Kelly J. Keefe, Environmental Science DeLand, FL Theodore Maxwell Kiefer, Environmental Studies/Sociology, Boulder, CO Katherine Elaine Knapp, Chemistry Warwick, R1 Stacy Krolczyk, Humanities, Venice, FL Konnie Kruczek, Literature/Theatre Naples, FL Sara Aubrey Kuppin, Sociology, Oakwood, OH Andrea Michelle Kurak, Humanities, Rockville, MD Christian Richard Leonhard, Psychology, Tallevast, Fl. Michael Christopher Lott, Fine Arts Hockley, TX Oliver Lear Luby, Psychology DeLand, Fl. Jordan Spencer Marks, Biology Roslyn, NY Hector Augusto Martinez, Literature Miami, Fl. Angela Martini, Psychology Coral Gables, Fl. Kathleen McDowell, General Studies Gainesville, FL Matthew Carr McHorris, Philosophy Kingsport, TN Prentiss Lee McNeill, Psychology Sarasota, FL Leif F. Meneke, Psychology Holmes Beach, FL Tracie Lynn Merritt, Psychology Hollywood, MD Casey Kevin Mirch, Psychology Brisbane, CA Lorna Lea Morris, Biology Brentwood, TN Ananya Tinku Mukherjea, General Studies Tampa, FL Annette Stahl Mulholland, German Bradenton, FL J. Patrick Mullins, History LakeWortb,FL India Alexandra Nagy, General Studies Winter Park, FL


William Thomas Nesbitt, General Studies Jacksonville, FL Jo hua F. Oboler, History Washington, DC Marcia Lynn Osborne, Chemistry Satellite Beach, FL Jason Carl 0 der, Philosophy Erdenheim, PA Amanda Oswald, General Studies Naples, FL Laura Lea Oviatt, Biology/Psychology Sarasota, FL Suzanne M. Penuel, British & American Literature Shreveport, LA Jonathan Edward Pickhardt, Political Science Pittsford, NY Nicholas James Polakowski, Chemistry/Biology Southbridge, MA Patrick Bartley Quinn, International Relations Saudi Arabia Romy Alexandra Reading, Environmental Science atellite Beach, FL Richard Dean Reece, Religion Sarasota, FL Christopher S. Robin on, General Studies Lake Mary, FL William David Ro enblum, Social Sciences Alexandria, VA Catherine Ann Sarisky, Chemistry Gainesville, FL Ian Schleifer, Philosophy Sarasota, FL Le lie Marlene Shaffer, British & American Literature Merritt I land, FL Ali Shaygan, Biology Sarasota, FL Rachel Hope kinner, General Studies Sarasota, FL Karin Margarethe Skousgard, Political Science Port Charlotte, FL Jason David Smith, Philosophy & Sociology Re ton, VA Yonina Amy Smuckler, History Longboat Key, FL Susan Irene Sparling, Humanities Nokomis, FL Adam David Stone, Public Policy Miami, FL Gregory Nathan Stout, General Studies Ann Arbor, MI Amy Denise Stultz, Humanities Eu ti, FL Jonathan Jame Sudberry, Biology Odessa, FL Scott Anton Svato Humanities North Fort Myers, FL Nicholas Lorenzo Tampio, Political Science Potomac, MD Rachna To hniwal, Environmental Studies Church gate, Bombay, India Kevin Liam Tracy, Anthropology Pomfret, CT Shannon Gail Wells, French/Literature Wilder, KY Kalin Patrice Wi l son, Anthropology Bethel, Ohio Nathan Michae l Young, Anthropology New Orleans, LA Sylvia Yous ef1, Environmental Studies


A DISTINGUISHED PAST Founded in 1960, New College opened in 1964 as a private coUege 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 attention for the nature and quality ofits academic program. In 1967, when the first students were graduated, the CoJlege won accreditation. Soon graduates began to make their marks in chosen careers and in graduate and professional schools. As the College matured academicaUy, inflationary pressures threatened its very life in the early 1970s. After exploring various strategies for survival, the college administration and trustees proposed to the Board of Regents of the State University System of Florida a novel plan that allowed the institution to become a free-standing college within the University of South Florida, sharing the campus with the University's regional academic program. Special action by the Florida Legislature set the stage for this unique partnership to occur. New College was continued through a combination of support from the State and annual grants from the New College Foundation. Together, they enable the college to remain small and to continue its distinctive program. As the designated residential honors college of the State University System of Florida, New College has continued to thrive, earning accolades from reviewers ranging from the editors of Money magazine to the 1994 site visit committee of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. New College is sixth in the nation in the percentage of graduates who subsequently earn doctorate degrees in the arts and sciences. Events activities, programs and facilities of the University of South Florida are available to all without regard to race color, sex religion national origin, handicap or age as provided by law and in accordance with the University s respect for personal dignity

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