Monthly Archives: January 2012

Register now for the 2012 Sarasota Bay Watershed Symposium, February 15-17

January 31, 2012 — Registration is now open for the 2012 Sarasota Bay Watershed Symposium, to be held February 15-17 in Sudakoff Conference Center at New College of Florida. This year’s event marks the 25th anniversary of the area’s first

Register now for the 2012 Sarasota Bay Watershed Symposium, February 15-17

January 31, 2012 — Registration is now open for the 2012 Sarasota Bay Watershed Symposium, to be held February 15-17 in Sudakoff Conference Center at New College of Florida. This year’s event marks the 25th anniversary of the area’s first

COMMON GROUND: Local Science

SRQ Magazine January 2012 What inspired these lab coat-wearing, test tube-checking researchers to pursue a career in the scientific field? “Having an understanding of how science is conducted allows informed decision making about everything from predicting futures in the stock

COMMON GROUND: Local Science

SRQ Magazine January 2012 What inspired these lab coat-wearing, test tube-checking researchers to pursue a career in the scientific field? “Having an understanding of how science is conducted allows informed decision making about everything from predicting futures in the stock

Names and Faces 01/30

Bradenton Herald January 30, 2012 Sarasota entrepreneur Matthew Anderson begins his term as the 2012 president of the Suncoast Technology Forum after serving as the group’s vice-president in 2011. Robert Lincoln, an attorney at the law firm Icard, Merrill, Cullis,

Names and Faces 01/30

Bradenton Herald January 30, 2012 Sarasota entrepreneur Matthew Anderson begins his term as the 2012 president of the Suncoast Technology Forum after serving as the group’s vice-president in 2011. Robert Lincoln, an attorney at the law firm Icard, Merrill, Cullis,

Our Take On: Silencing Students

Orlando Sentinel January 28, 2012 Students from Florida’s public universities were in Tallahassee this week to vent to the Legislature. Who could blame them? Lawmakers have been slashing funding for higher education and raising tuition 15 percent a year. As

Our Take On: Silencing Students

Orlando Sentinel January 28, 2012 Students from Florida’s public universities were in Tallahassee this week to vent to the Legislature. Who could blame them? Lawmakers have been slashing funding for higher education and raising tuition 15 percent a year. As

Chicago Sculptor Bruce White’s Work is All Over Town

Sarasota Herald-Tribune January 27, 2012 Bruce White is a Chicago-based sculptor, but his ties to Sarasota are strong. To start with, he was a co-founder of the Sarasota Season of Sculpture. On top of that, White’s powerful sculptures are all

Chicago Sculptor Bruce White’s Work is All Over Town

Sarasota Herald-Tribune January 27, 2012 Bruce White is a Chicago-based sculptor, but his ties to Sarasota are strong. To start with, he was a co-founder of the Sarasota Season of Sculpture. On top of that, White’s powerful sculptures are all

Suncoast Students Speak Out Against State’s Proposed Tuition Increase

WWSB / ABC 7 January 27, 2012 You’ve probably heard the saying,”you can’t put a price on education.” But the state legislature has a price in mind, and lawmakers in the House have proposed to raise tuition by 8% next

Suncoast Students Speak Out Against State’s Proposed Tuition Increase

WWSB / ABC 7 January 27, 2012 You’ve probably heard the saying,”you can’t put a price on education.” But the state legislature has a price in mind, and lawmakers in the House have proposed to raise tuition by 8% next

Tuition, Fair Representation Top Student Agenda in Capitol

The Independent Florida Alligator January 27, 2012 About 200 university students from around the state gathered on the steps of the Historic Capitol Museum on Thursday for the Florida Student Association’s annual Rally in Tally. FSA chairman Michael Long, a

Tuition, Fair Representation Top Student Agenda in Capitol

The Independent Florida Alligator January 27, 2012 About 200 university students from around the state gathered on the steps of the Historic Capitol Museum on Thursday for the Florida Student Association’s annual Rally in Tally. FSA chairman Michael Long, a

Manatee Resident Joins Student Rally Against Tuition Increases

Bradenton Herald January 27, 2012 Myakka City resident Michael Long joined 400 other students, including 50 of his classmates from New College in Sarasota, in a rally Thursday in Tallahassee against more tuition hikes. “We just want to bring student-driven

Manatee Resident Joins Student Rally Against Tuition Increases

Bradenton Herald January 27, 2012 Myakka City resident Michael Long joined 400 other students, including 50 of his classmates from New College in Sarasota, in a rally Thursday in Tallahassee against more tuition hikes. “We just want to bring student-driven

Anthony DiMatteo, Ph.D. – Upcoming CAS Scholarship Series

NYIT College of Arts and Sciences January 26, 2012 “A Black Matter For the King”: From Virgil’s Baldric to Shakespeare’s Gage,”  will be presented by Dr. DiMatteo at the sixteenth biennial New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies on

Anthony DiMatteo, Ph.D. – Upcoming CAS Scholarship Series

NYIT College of Arts and Sciences January 26, 2012 “A Black Matter For the King”: From Virgil’s Baldric to Shakespeare’s Gage,”  will be presented by Dr. DiMatteo at the sixteenth biennial New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies on

Students Take Tuition Protests to Tallahassee

The Miami Herald January 26, 2012 Some students protested tuition increases. Some lamented cuts to the Bright Futures scholarship program. And some said they were only after the extra credit. But when the 200 or so university students cheered, chanted

Students Take Tuition Protests to Tallahassee

The Miami Herald January 26, 2012 Some students protested tuition increases. Some lamented cuts to the Bright Futures scholarship program. And some said they were only after the extra credit. But when the 200 or so university students cheered, chanted