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New College Class of 2001 Commencement program


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New College Class of 2001 Commencement program
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New College of the University of South Florida Commencement 2001
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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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PROGRAM PRELUDE Manatee High School Jazz Ensemble PROCESSIONAL Arthur MeA. Miller, New College Marshal WELCOME AND INTRODUCTIONS Michael S. Bassis Dean and Warden ADDRESS Kenneth R. Misemer, Chairman New College Foundation Board of Trustees CONGRATULATIONS FROM THE UNIVERSITY Judy L. Genshaft, President, University of South Florida CONFERRING OF DEGREES Judy L. Genshaft and MichaelS. Bassis RECESSIONAL College Marshal Arthur MeA. Miller PLATFORM GUESTS Judy L. Genshaft, President, University of South Florida MichaelS. Bassis, Dean and Warden Magdalena Elizabeth Carrasco, Associate Dean and Warden Peter L. French, Associate Dean, University of South Florida at Sarasota/Manatee Rolland V. Heiser, President, New College Foundation Kenneth R. Misemer, Chairman, New College Foundation Board of Trustees Arthur MeA. Miller, Professor of British and American Literature Gordon B. Bauer, Chair, Division of Social Sciences Glenn R. Cuomo, Chair, Division of Humanities Suzanne E. Sherman, Chair, Division of Natural Sciences Michael Campbell, President, New College Alumnaeli Association


CANDIDATES FOR THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF ARTS Crista! Del Mar Ange, Psychobiology* Bogota, Colombia Patrick Christopher Bartholemew Armshaw, Literaturetrheater Weston, FL William Armshaw, History/Social Theory* Fort Lauderdale, FL Caroline Terese Arruda, Philosophy River Forest, IL Muriel Bettina Avellaneda, Classics Buenos Aires, Argentina James W. Baker, Political Science Wheaton, IL Andrea Nicole Balboa, Psychology/Economics Lake Mary, FL Caitlin AlUla Barry, Political Science West Chester, PA Jessica Charlotte Barry, Environmental Studies Salt Lake City, UT Phillip Justin Battle, History Leesburg, FL Emilee Lynn Baum, Religion Cincinnati, OH Henry P. Belanger, Philosophy Norwell, MA Rebecca Ryan Block, Humanities Louisville, KY Jennifer Bossert, Visual Arts Jupiter, FL Natalie M. Botero, Literature/Religion Miami, FL Michael Jmatt Botzenmayer, Anthropology Pensacola, FL Arnie A. Bowles, Mathematics Fort Walton Beach, FL Christina Diane Brown, Psychology Dickson, TN Sarah Buckingham, British & American Literature Columbus, OH Joseph W. Budzinski, Religion Reston, VA Shelley Anne Bull, Sociology Albany, NY Heather L. Bunker, Biopsychology* Palm Bay, FL Kelly Ann Cabezas, Biology Land O'Lakes, FL Luis Francisco Cabezas, Neurobiology* Land O'Lakes, FL Aaron Mitchell Caldwell, Anthropology Wellington, FL Jamie S. Campbell, Religion Atlantic Beach, FL Jessica L. Campese, Environmental Studies/Economics Cooper City, FL Joven Malig Carandang, History Orlando, FL Michael J. Carlisle, Mathematics/Computer Science* Clearwater, FL Eugene Seton Cassidy, History Asbury Park, NJ Michael Rice Cenzer, Mathematics Gainesville, FL Katherine Fehr Chandler, Sociology Sugar Camp, WI Sari Cohen, Psychology Upper Montclair, NJ Aimee Elizabeth Coley, Sociology Birmingham, AL


Mandy Elizabeth Malloy, Literature Lakeland, FL Joel Frederick Mann, Urban Studies Lakeland, FL Alicia Suzanne Marini-Reed, Humanities Davie, FL Kelly L. McClanahan, Hispanic Language & Culture Chapel Hill, NC Jeremy B. McMinis, Economics Lynn Haven, FL Jean-Pierre Mesia, Economics Sarasota, FL Michael Gibbs Milton, Philosophy Jacksonville, FL Kerry Bryna Mockler, British & American Literature Clarence, NY W. Michael Moller, Foreign Languages Madrid, Spain Anna Montana, Humanities Solon, ME Joshua L. Morgan, Neurobiology* Cape Girardeau, MO Rachael J. Morris, History Clearwater, FL Scott James Moser, Mathematics/Economics Danville, IN Ayako Negoro, Environmental Studies Tokyo, Japan Mamme B. Nketsiah, Chemistry/Biology Lawrenceville, GA Shannon Allaire O'Malley, Social Sciences Miami, FL Michael M. Olson, Biology North Haven, CT Gabriel Sebastian Pacyniak, Philosophy Chicago, IL Kirsten Joy Partlan, Natural Sciences Fort Lauderdale, FL Lauren Michelle Payne, Psychology Sebastian, FL Amanda B. Pearl, Economics /Spanish Miami, FL Ayleen J. Perez Cordeiro, Hispanic Language & Literature Miami, FL Christopher L. Pettit, History/Religion Sarasota, FL L. Ryan Phelan, Psychology Boca Raton, FL Samantha Alena Pink, Environmental Studies Pembroke Pines, FL Philip Emery Poekert, Philosophy Palm Beach Gardens, FL Lisa M Pokorski, Sociology Fairfield, CT James M. Powell, Humanities Fort Lauderdale, FL Ann Kathryn Prosch, Environmental Science* Charlotte, NC Lauren Sue Rathvon, Humanities Davie, FL Margaret Anne Ray International & Area Studies Coral Springs, FL Rafael Rodrigues Ribeiro, Sociology Miami, FL Adam Reid Rivers, Biology/Chemistry Gainesville, FL Mario Rodriguez, General Studies Palm Harbor, FL Robert W. Rollings, Anthropology Williamsburg, VA Jason C. Rosenberg, Music Cape Coral, FL


Timothee A. Sallin, International & Area Studies/Economics Clermont, FL Rebecca E. Schaaf, Economics/Russian Language & Literature Gaithersburg, MD Jessica Schilling, British & American Literature Tallahassee, FL Jeanette Michelle Schmitz, Sociology Sykesville, MD Leah Schnelbach, Humanities Seminole, FL Sara C. Seidel, Sociology Crawfordville, FL Michael Patrick Shannon, Religion Pensacola, FL Jane Shea, History Sarasota, FL Vijay Sivaraman, Biology/Chemistry Gainesville, FL Julia Lynn Skapik, Biology & Psychology Granville, OH Jonathan Avram Spector, Theater/Literature Annandale, VA Abran Steele-Feldman, Physics/Philosophy Wakefield, RI Aaron Gore Stott, Literature Cape Girardeau, MO Daniel C. Sutton-Kolb, Economics Louisville, KY Julia Thomas, Anthropology Louisville, KY Jeffrey W. Tonn, Humanities Underhill, VT Brian Turk, History Coral Springs, FL Jessica Lois Turner, Anthropology Wilmington, DE Ian Arthur Vandewalker, Philosophy Lakeland, FL Edward Anthony Vazquez, Philosophy Washington, DC Kimberly Ann Walker, Psychology & Environmental Studies Riverview, FL Carlos Frandsco Webby, General Studies Louisville, KY Erin Elaine Westfall, Anthropology Port Charlotte, FL Matt E. Wexler, Humanities Dunedin, FL Korin Evelyn Wheeler, Chemistry Tampa, FL William A. White, III, Psychology Fort Walton Beach, FL Heather Elizabeth Whitmore, Sociology Melbourne, FL Russel! Jerome Wichlacz, Biopsychology* Grand Island, NY Ezequiel M. Williams, Anthropology Sarasota, FL Judd Allen Wilson, General Studies Altamonte Springs, FL Keith Lawrence Yannessa, Psychology Miami, FL *Indicates special area of concentration


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