South County Memorabilia Sought for HCC History Collection

The Observer News July 30, 2015 What you have stored in your basement or attic might just be worth taking a second look at, especially if you picked it up while cleaning out an elder relative’s house or storage shed.

South County Memorabilia Sought for HCC History Collection

The Observer News July 30, 2015 What you have stored in your basement or attic might just be worth taking a second look at, especially if you picked it up while cleaning out an elder relative’s house or storage shed.

States to Colleges: Prove You’re Worth It

The Pew Charitable Trusts July 28, 2015 New College of Florida doesn’t offer pre-professional degrees, like nursing or engineering. Students choose the public liberal arts college because they want an intellectual experience. Many take a year off after graduation to

States to Colleges: Prove You’re Worth It

The Pew Charitable Trusts July 28, 2015 New College of Florida doesn’t offer pre-professional degrees, like nursing or engineering. Students choose the public liberal arts college because they want an intellectual experience. Many take a year off after graduation to

Community Spotlight: PIER Program Provides Environmental Education to 1,266 Students

The Bradenton Times July 18, 2015 SARASOTA — The PIER Program engaged 1,266 students the past school year in 32 field trips to explore the Sarasota Bay watershed. There were also 179 adults who learned with the students. PIER field

Community Spotlight: PIER Program Provides Environmental Education to 1,266 Students

The Bradenton Times July 18, 2015 SARASOTA — The PIER Program engaged 1,266 students the past school year in 32 field trips to explore the Sarasota Bay watershed. There were also 179 adults who learned with the students. PIER field

Fiati Five in Concert Saturday for New Music New College

Ticket Sarasota July 16, 2015 An Italian chamber music festival based in Varano, Italy, has come to Sarasota for a summer residency in recent years, and this year Fiati Five, a wind quintet made up of Michael Walker, horn, Christina

Fiati Five in Concert Saturday for New Music New College

Ticket Sarasota July 16, 2015 An Italian chamber music festival based in Varano, Italy, has come to Sarasota for a summer residency in recent years, and this year Fiati Five, a wind quintet made up of Michael Walker, horn, Christina

New College of Florida Professor Nets $105,221 Grant

Bradenton Herald July 16, 2015 New College of Florida instructor nets $105,221 grant SARASOTA — Justin Saarinen, a geography instructor in the Environmental Studies program at New College of Florida, has been awarded $105,221 in grants from the U.S. Geological

New College of Florida Professor Nets $105,221 Grant

Bradenton Herald July 16, 2015 New College of Florida instructor nets $105,221 grant SARASOTA — Justin Saarinen, a geography instructor in the Environmental Studies program at New College of Florida, has been awarded $105,221 in grants from the U.S. Geological

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New College of Florida Archaeology Professor Awarded FHC/NEH Research Grant

Uzi Baram, professor of anthropology at New College of Florida, has received a $15,000 grant for a research project, “Tragedy and Survival: Bicentennial of the Southward Migration of Black Seminoles on the Florida Gulf Coast.”

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New College of Florida Archaeology Professor Awarded FHC/NEH Research Grant

Uzi Baram, professor of anthropology at New College of Florida, has received a $15,000 grant for a research project, “Tragedy and Survival: Bicentennial of the Southward Migration of Black Seminoles on the Florida Gulf Coast.”

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New College scientist receives federal research grant

Justin Saarinen, research scientist and geography instructor in the Environmental Studies program at New College of Florida, has been awarded $105,221 in grants from the U.S. Geological Survey for a project titled “Geospatial Modeling for Prioritizing Coastal Wetland Restoration.” Saarinen

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New College scientist receives federal research grant

Justin Saarinen, research scientist and geography instructor in the Environmental Studies program at New College of Florida, has been awarded $105,221 in grants from the U.S. Geological Survey for a project titled “Geospatial Modeling for Prioritizing Coastal Wetland Restoration.” Saarinen