Monthly Archives: January 2010

Natural Science Seminar, January 29

Join Dr. José A. Jiménez, Postdoctoral Research Associate, for a free talk in the Soo Bong Chae Auditorium on Friday, January 29, at 3:30 pm.  Dr. Jiménez’s talk is entitled “Optical Interactions and Energy Transfer Processes in Silver Nanocomposite Glasses.”

Natural Science Seminar, January 29

Join Dr. José A. Jiménez, Postdoctoral Research Associate, for a free talk in the Soo Bong Chae Auditorium on Friday, January 29, at 3:30 pm.  Dr. Jiménez’s talk is entitled “Optical Interactions and Energy Transfer Processes in Silver Nanocomposite Glasses.”

Crist Announces Education Investments

Foster Folly News January 28, 2010 Governor Charlie Crist today addressed the Board of Governors of Florida’s 11 state universities, applauding their innovative New Florida: Building Florida’s Knowledge Economy initiative and outlining his 2010-11 budget priorities for Florida ‘s colleges

Crist Announces Education Investments

Foster Folly News January 28, 2010 Governor Charlie Crist today addressed the Board of Governors of Florida’s 11 state universities, applauding their innovative New Florida: Building Florida’s Knowledge Economy initiative and outlining his 2010-11 budget priorities for Florida ‘s colleges

Local college leaders encouraged

Bradenton Herald January 29, 2010 Local colleges heard a rallying cry from President Barack Obama during his State of the Union address. Then, just hours later, they got a $7.1 billion promise from Gov. Charlie Crist that the resources to

Local college leaders encouraged

Bradenton Herald January 29, 2010 Local colleges heard a rallying cry from President Barack Obama during his State of the Union address. Then, just hours later, they got a $7.1 billion promise from Gov. Charlie Crist that the resources to

Governor Crist Announces Education Investments to Promote Innovation and High-Wage Job Opportunities

WCTV-TV January 29, 2010 Governor Charlie Crist today addressed the Board of Governors of Florida’s 11 state universities, applauding their innovative New Florida: Building Florida’s Knowledge Economy initiative and outlining his 2010-11 budget priorities for Florida’s colleges and universities. The

Governor Crist Announces Education Investments to Promote Innovation and High-Wage Job Opportunities

WCTV-TV January 29, 2010 Governor Charlie Crist today addressed the Board of Governors of Florida’s 11 state universities, applauding their innovative New Florida: Building Florida’s Knowledge Economy initiative and outlining his 2010-11 budget priorities for Florida’s colleges and universities. The

Wallace In Obama's Tampa visit, clear signals about 2012

Sarasota Herald-Tribune January 29, 2010 While the stated purpose of the visit was to announce a funding for high-speed rail projects here and around the nation, Democratic strategists say Obama’s visit to what has become the epicenter of Florida’s critical

Wallace In Obama's Tampa visit, clear signals about 2012

Sarasota Herald-Tribune January 29, 2010 While the stated purpose of the visit was to announce a funding for high-speed rail projects here and around the nation, Democratic strategists say Obama’s visit to what has become the epicenter of Florida’s critical

Meet the Composer: Cynthia Hopkins, February 12

On February 12, composer Cynthia Hopkins will perform some of her solo pieces on the piano and accordion and talk to the audience about the multimedia theater pieces she creates and performs as part of the Hermitage Artist Retreat’s Meet

Meet the Composer: Cynthia Hopkins, February 12

On February 12, composer Cynthia Hopkins will perform some of her solo pieces on the piano and accordion and talk to the audience about the multimedia theater pieces she creates and performs as part of the Hermitage Artist Retreat’s Meet

Professor Frank Alcock on WSRQ Today at 4:00 pm

Ready for some expert analysis of last night’s State of the Union address by President Obama?  Then tune in to WSRQ radio this afternoon between 4-5 pm when New College political science professor Frank Alcock will be the special guest

Professor Frank Alcock on WSRQ Today at 4:00 pm

Ready for some expert analysis of last night’s State of the Union address by President Obama?  Then tune in to WSRQ radio this afternoon between 4-5 pm when New College political science professor Frank Alcock will be the special guest

Academic center aims to anchor New College

Sarasota Herald-Tribune January 27, 2010 National magazines say that New College offers one of the best value liberal arts education in the nation, but the campus experience does not measure up, students say. Divided by U.S. 41 and the Ringling

Academic center aims to anchor New College

Sarasota Herald-Tribune January 27, 2010 National magazines say that New College offers one of the best value liberal arts education in the nation, but the campus experience does not measure up, students say. Divided by U.S. 41 and the Ringling

Rattler Nation: FAMU BOT lacks creative vision for revenue

Rattler Nation (FAMU) January 27, 010 The most recent data from the State University System’s online fact books shows that FAMU granted the second-lowest amount of fee waivers in 2005-2006. Only New College of Florida, a school with less than

Rattler Nation: FAMU BOT lacks creative vision for revenue

Rattler Nation (FAMU) January 27, 010 The most recent data from the State University System’s online fact books shows that FAMU granted the second-lowest amount of fee waivers in 2005-2006. Only New College of Florida, a school with less than

Ajax building $11 million academic center at New College

Tampa Bay Business Journal January 26, 2010 New College of Florida is breaking ground Tuesday on what it calls the most significant academic building to be built on the campus in nearly 20 years. The $11 million Academic Center and

Ajax building $11 million academic center at New College

Tampa Bay Business Journal January 26, 2010 New College of Florida is breaking ground Tuesday on what it calls the most significant academic building to be built on the campus in nearly 20 years. The $11 million Academic Center and