Monthly Archives: June 2010

Flagler announces new Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Flagler College June 28, 2010 Flagler College has appointed Mark Whittaker to serve as vice president of institutional advancement. Whittaker attended New College of Florida and is a graduate of the University of Maine in Orono. He completed the Harvard

Flagler announces new Vice President of Institutional Advancement

Flagler College June 28, 2010 Flagler College has appointed Mark Whittaker to serve as vice president of institutional advancement. Whittaker attended New College of Florida and is a graduate of the University of Maine in Orono. He completed the Harvard

Morris and Gilchrist to be interviewed on ABC 7, Wednesday evening, June 30

Julie Morris and Sandra Gilchrist, two of nine New College of Florida faculty and staff members lending their expertise in the environmental, marine and biological sciences to assess and analyze damage from the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill, will be

Morris and Gilchrist to be interviewed on ABC 7, Wednesday evening, June 30

Julie Morris and Sandra Gilchrist, two of nine New College of Florida faculty and staff members lending their expertise in the environmental, marine and biological sciences to assess and analyze damage from the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill, will be

Dangers of spill foreshadowed in report

Bradenton Herald June 30, 2010 New College of Florida Professor Frank Alcock could hardly believe it when he learned BP’s oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico had exploded April 20. Just weeks earlier, the political science professor had released

Dangers of spill foreshadowed in report

Bradenton Herald June 30, 2010 New College of Florida Professor Frank Alcock could hardly believe it when he learned BP’s oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico had exploded April 20. Just weeks earlier, the political science professor had released

Oil spill task force

Bradenton Herald June 30, 2010 Nine faculty and staff members from New College of Florida were named to an Oil Spill Academic Task Force. The New College advisers are among about 250 scientists and scholars from institutions in the state

Oil spill task force

Bradenton Herald June 30, 2010 Nine faculty and staff members from New College of Florida were named to an Oil Spill Academic Task Force. The New College advisers are among about 250 scientists and scholars from institutions in the state

Faculty and Staff Picnic, July 9

New College faculty and staff are invited to attend a campus picnic on Friday, July 9, from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm in front of the Rose Garden, between College Hall and Cook Hall.  The event is sponsored by New

Faculty and Staff Picnic, July 9

New College faculty and staff are invited to attend a campus picnic on Friday, July 9, from 11:30 am until 1:00 pm in front of the Rose Garden, between College Hall and Cook Hall.  The event is sponsored by New

New College's PUSH-SUCCES Program teach Science to At-Risk Youth

Maddux News Wire June 24, 2010 New College of Florida is currently holding the Preparing Unique Students for Healthcare (PUSH) career program for students in grades 9-11 and the Students United to Create Culturally and Educationally Successful Situations (SUCCESS) program

New College's PUSH-SUCCES Program teach Science to At-Risk Youth

Maddux News Wire June 24, 2010 New College of Florida is currently holding the Preparing Unique Students for Healthcare (PUSH) career program for students in grades 9-11 and the Students United to Create Culturally and Educationally Successful Situations (SUCCESS) program

Garden fresh in Burlington

Burlington Union June 23, 2010 Sallie Scribner, a graduate of the New College of Florida, is putting her degree in environmental studies to use as the Summer Winter restaurant’s gardener. In the past, Scribner has worked at an organic farm

Garden fresh in Burlington

Burlington Union June 23, 2010 Sallie Scribner, a graduate of the New College of Florida, is putting her degree in environmental studies to use as the Summer Winter restaurant’s gardener. In the past, Scribner has worked at an organic farm

Kay Glasser's desire to help others began in youth

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 24, 2010 Kay Glasser spent the last 40 years building a social service center that in a month serves 11,000 people.  Glasser also served on the Sarasota County School Board, on the steering committee of Sarasota County

Kay Glasser's desire to help others began in youth

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 24, 2010 Kay Glasser spent the last 40 years building a social service center that in a month serves 11,000 people.  Glasser also served on the Sarasota County School Board, on the steering committee of Sarasota County

Students to study in China

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 24, 2010 Seven students in New College of Florida’s Chinese Language and Culture program recently received grants from the Chinese government to study in China next year. Three students will be fully funded for the 2010-2011 academic

Students to study in China

Sarasota Herald-Tribune June 24, 2010 Seven students in New College of Florida’s Chinese Language and Culture program recently received grants from the Chinese government to study in China next year. Three students will be fully funded for the 2010-2011 academic

District 67 fight: Debate focuses attention on race

Bradenton Herald June 24, 2010 Democrat Z.J. Hafeez, 26, graduated from New College of Florida and later graduated from law school at Georgetown University, and is a legal consultant. He was occasionally at odds with his Republican colleagues during the

District 67 fight: Debate focuses attention on race

Bradenton Herald June 24, 2010 Democrat Z.J. Hafeez, 26, graduated from New College of Florida and later graduated from law school at Georgetown University, and is a legal consultant. He was occasionally at odds with his Republican colleagues during the