Monthly Archives: April 2010

Published Fall 2010 Class Schedule & Spring 2011 Preliminary Class Schedule Now Available

The Office of the Registrar is pleased to announce that the published Fall 2010 Class Schedule & Spring 2011 Preliminary Class Schedule is now available for pick up in the Registrar’s Office.

Published Fall 2010 Class Schedule & Spring 2011 Preliminary Class Schedule Now Available

The Office of the Registrar is pleased to announce that the published Fall 2010 Class Schedule & Spring 2011 Preliminary Class Schedule is now available for pick up in the Registrar’s Office.

Oil spill poses real risks for Florida

“This could get real ugly,” said Frank Alcock, director of the Marine Policy Institute at Mote Marine Laboratory.  “If we don’t secure the well, this could be one of the most significant oil spills in U.S. history,” said Coast Guard

Oil spill poses real risks for Florida

“This could get real ugly,” said Frank Alcock, director of the Marine Policy Institute at Mote Marine Laboratory.  “If we don’t secure the well, this could be one of the most significant oil spills in U.S. history,” said Coast Guard

Pritzker Marine Biology Research Lab Open House, May 21, 2011

Join us in celebrating our graduates and exploring the marine lab on Saturday, May 21, 2011. Activities for children and parents will be offered throughout the day! There will be educational exhibits, self-guided tours and interactive activities for all ages,

Pritzker Marine Biology Research Lab Open House, May 21, 2011

Join us in celebrating our graduates and exploring the marine lab on Saturday, May 21, 2011. Activities for children and parents will be offered throughout the day! There will be educational exhibits, self-guided tours and interactive activities for all ages,

Dennis L. Stover Named VP of Philanthropy at New College Foundation

Dennis L. Stover has been named vice president of philanthropy at the New College Foundation.  He joins the Foundation from the Senior Friendship Centers, where he served as vice president for resource/program development since 2004.  In that role, he was

Dennis L. Stover Named VP of Philanthropy at New College Foundation

Dennis L. Stover has been named vice president of philanthropy at the New College Foundation.  He joins the Foundation from the Senior Friendship Centers, where he served as vice president for resource/program development since 2004.  In that role, he was

Capturing Exotic Snakes

SNN April 27, 2010 Video: A demonstration showing people how to deal with large exotic snake species was given at New College on Monday, April 26.

Capturing Exotic Snakes

SNN April 27, 2010 Video: A demonstration showing people how to deal with large exotic snake species was given at New College on Monday, April 26.

Which came first, the Fulbright or the egg?

Today’s Campus April 23, 2010 Two small colleges on opposite coasts have something in common. They turn out disproportionate numbers of Fulbright scholars. Do Pitzer College in Claremont, California and New College of Florida in Sarasota actively program for that?

Which came first, the Fulbright or the egg?

Today’s Campus April 23, 2010 Two small colleges on opposite coasts have something in common. They turn out disproportionate numbers of Fulbright scholars. Do Pitzer College in Claremont, California and New College of Florida in Sarasota actively program for that?

Stein Mart, Petco coming to area

Bradenton Herald April 23, 2010 Without fanfare, posters have gone up on vacant storefronts at Benderson Development’s University Town Center announcing that Stein Mart and Petco are slated to be added to the local retail mix. Fred Strobel, an economist

Stein Mart, Petco coming to area

Bradenton Herald April 23, 2010 Without fanfare, posters have gone up on vacant storefronts at Benderson Development’s University Town Center announcing that Stein Mart and Petco are slated to be added to the local retail mix. Fred Strobel, an economist

Now it's 'green vs. green'

Sarasota Herald-Tribune Meg Lowman April 26, 2010 Meg Lowman discusses  “green vs. green” case studies becoming commonplace in the headlines and notes that these cases have the potential to undermine the clout of conservation-based decision-making.

Now it's 'green vs. green'

Sarasota Herald-Tribune Meg Lowman April 26, 2010 Meg Lowman discusses  “green vs. green” case studies becoming commonplace in the headlines and notes that these cases have the potential to undermine the clout of conservation-based decision-making.

Gaining the serpent's knowledge

Sarasota Herald-Tribune April 27, 2010 The Nature Conservancy and the Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas hosted a python capture training course at New College of Florida that included snake identification, biology, behavior and safety. The course is intended to educate

Gaining the serpent's knowledge

Sarasota Herald-Tribune April 27, 2010 The Nature Conservancy and the Cooperative Invasive Species Management Areas hosted a python capture training course at New College of Florida that included snake identification, biology, behavior and safety. The course is intended to educate

SYBARITE5 Concert, May 14-16

The concert at the HuB Incubator in Sarasota’s Rosemary district (1421 Boulevard of the Arts) is hosted by Joey Panek from the Art Whisperer and Jay Hunsberger, Principal Tuba of the Sarasota Orchestra. The concert features SYBARITE5’s unique repertoire, plus

SYBARITE5 Concert, May 14-16

The concert at the HuB Incubator in Sarasota’s Rosemary district (1421 Boulevard of the Arts) is hosted by Joey Panek from the Art Whisperer and Jay Hunsberger, Principal Tuba of the Sarasota Orchestra. The concert features SYBARITE5’s unique repertoire, plus