Monthly Archives: July 2012

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Two Recent New College Grads Awarded Spanish Government Teaching Assistantships

July 31, 2012 — Two recent (May 2012) graduates of New College of Florida will travel to Spain to teach on Spanish Government English Language Teaching Assistantships for 2012-2013. Kristen Michelle Leahy, an anthropology major from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., will

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Two Recent New College Grads Awarded Spanish Government Teaching Assistantships

July 31, 2012 — Two recent (May 2012) graduates of New College of Florida will travel to Spain to teach on Spanish Government English Language Teaching Assistantships for 2012-2013. Kristen Michelle Leahy, an anthropology major from Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., will

New College of Florida: Unique, with Honors Attributes

Public University Honors July 30, 2012 The New College of Florida, located in Sarasota, is the official public liberal arts college for the state, and with only about 800 undergraduates enrolled, the entire campus functions in much the same way

New College of Florida: Unique, with Honors Attributes

Public University Honors July 30, 2012 The New College of Florida, located in Sarasota, is the official public liberal arts college for the state, and with only about 800 undergraduates enrolled, the entire campus functions in much the same way

Hoover L-M hosting foreign-policy talk, C-SPAN

West Branch Times (Iowa) July 27, 2012 On Saturday, July 28th at 1 p.m., the Hoover Library-Museum will present a free symposium titled Pivot Point, and C-SPAN announced it will cover the event. This will feature three historians speaking on

Hoover L-M hosting foreign-policy talk, C-SPAN

West Branch Times (Iowa) July 27, 2012 On Saturday, July 28th at 1 p.m., the Hoover Library-Museum will present a free symposium titled Pivot Point, and C-SPAN announced it will cover the event. This will feature three historians speaking on

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New Seawall, Dock and Lagoon Restore New College of Florida’s Waterfront

July 24, 2012 — New College of Florida’s shoreline on Sarasota Bay is graced now with a newly constructed dock, an intertidal lagoon and a seawall that has been restored with a more historically accurate pink balustrade modeled after the

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New Seawall, Dock and Lagoon Restore New College of Florida’s Waterfront

July 24, 2012 — New College of Florida’s shoreline on Sarasota Bay is graced now with a newly constructed dock, an intertidal lagoon and a seawall that has been restored with a more historically accurate pink balustrade modeled after the

New College Of Florida Begins Library Plaza Renovation, Bell Tower Project

83 Degrees Media July 24, 2012 New College of Florida students will see changes on campus when they return in the fall. Implementing various parts of its 2006 Campus Master Plan, New College recently began a $300,000 renovation on the

New College Of Florida Begins Library Plaza Renovation, Bell Tower Project

83 Degrees Media July 24, 2012 New College of Florida students will see changes on campus when they return in the fall. Implementing various parts of its 2006 Campus Master Plan, New College recently began a $300,000 renovation on the

New College Promotes Value of a History Degree

Sarasota Herald-Tribune July 23, 2012 College liberal arts programs took a hit last year after some politicians — Florida Gov. Rick Scott among them — suggested they should be cut back because they do not do enough to prepare graduates

New College Promotes Value of a History Degree

Sarasota Herald-Tribune July 23, 2012 College liberal arts programs took a hit last year after some politicians — Florida Gov. Rick Scott among them — suggested they should be cut back because they do not do enough to prepare graduates

Arrivals and Departures

The Florida Current July 20, 2012 16 appointed to juvenile justice advisory group Sixteen Florida residents have been appointed to the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group, a 20-member panel of people from across the state who have

Arrivals and Departures

The Florida Current July 20, 2012 16 appointed to juvenile justice advisory group Sixteen Florida residents have been appointed to the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention State Advisory Group, a 20-member panel of people from across the state who have