Monthly Archives: October 2010

UN Day at New College featured on WSLR’s The Surreal News

WSLR’s Surreal News October 29, 2010 Event co-coordinator Dorothy Watson and panelist Kent Kirschner talked about working in the global market and what to expect at the international careers seminar. Watson is a former diplomat and involved in the United

UN Day at New College featured on WSLR’s The Surreal News

WSLR’s Surreal News October 29, 2010 Event co-coordinator Dorothy Watson and panelist Kent Kirschner talked about working in the global market and what to expect at the international careers seminar. Watson is a former diplomat and involved in the United

For Some, Campaign Trail Leads to Unlikely Doors

Herald-Tribune October 28, 2010 Nancy Feehan braced herself before approaching the door. Behind it, according to the voter information on her clipboard, were two older Republicans. Also employing the tactic — called “cutting turf” — is state Rep. Keith Fitzgerald,

For Some, Campaign Trail Leads to Unlikely Doors

Herald-Tribune October 28, 2010 Nancy Feehan braced herself before approaching the door. Behind it, according to the voter information on her clipboard, were two older Republicans. Also employing the tactic — called “cutting turf” — is state Rep. Keith Fitzgerald,

Heads and Tales

The Scientist November 1, 2010 Randall Moon has looked to tadpoles and stem cells for clues about embryonic development and cell fate. Now he has his eye on turning biology into therapy. Moon earned his undergraduate degree from the New

Heads and Tales

The Scientist November 1, 2010 Randall Moon has looked to tadpoles and stem cells for clues about embryonic development and cell fate. Now he has his eye on turning biology into therapy. Moon earned his undergraduate degree from the New

New Music Night at the Ringling Museum, Nov 18

New Music New College will reprise its performance of John Cage’s Song Books (1970) on November 18 at the Ringling Museum of Art from 5- 7:30 pm. This performance is not part of the NMNC series and is free to museum

New Music Night at the Ringling Museum, Nov 18

New Music New College will reprise its performance of John Cage’s Song Books (1970) on November 18 at the Ringling Museum of Art from 5- 7:30 pm. This performance is not part of the NMNC series and is free to museum

New Music New College Presents John Cage’s Song Books, Nov 13 – 14

John Cage’s Song Books (1970) are ranked among his most important works, employing the full range of his techniques and methods – from surprisingly simple songs, fully notated, to electronically-processed vocal sounds and theatrical actions. In this performance, five soloists

New Music New College Presents John Cage’s Song Books, Nov 13 – 14

John Cage’s Song Books (1970) are ranked among his most important works, employing the full range of his techniques and methods – from surprisingly simple songs, fully notated, to electronically-processed vocal sounds and theatrical actions. In this performance, five soloists

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New College of Florida Presents 2011 Klingenstein Lecture, January 18

(October 18, 2010) – New College of Florida will present its Klingenstein Lecture on January 18, 2011, featuring guest speaker Maxine Grossman, associate professor of Jewish studies at the University of Maryland. Her topic is “What’s the Use of ‘Men’

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New College of Florida Presents 2011 Klingenstein Lecture, January 18

(October 18, 2010) – New College of Florida will present its Klingenstein Lecture on January 18, 2011, featuring guest speaker Maxine Grossman, associate professor of Jewish studies at the University of Maryland. Her topic is “What’s the Use of ‘Men’

New College of Florida Named a ‘Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Students’ for 2010-11

Sarasota Speaks October 27, 2010 The Fulbright Program recently listed New College of Florida as a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students for 2010-11. New College has the 8th highest number of Fulbright scholars among bachelor’s institutions, according to a

New College of Florida Named a ‘Top Producer of U.S. Fulbright Students’ for 2010-11

Sarasota Speaks October 27, 2010 The Fulbright Program recently listed New College of Florida as a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students for 2010-11. New College has the 8th highest number of Fulbright scholars among bachelor’s institutions, according to a