June 2018


EDucational resources for Novo Collegians

Field Inventory, Data Entry and a Species Guide for Toxic Plants in Southwest Florida
with Jackie Lebouitz
Elizabeth White
with Selby Gardens Internship Presentation
O Mother, What Art Thou? Frankenstein at 200
with Marilyn Francus
Art, Math and Orange Peels: The Legacy of Dr. William Thurston on Math and Fashion
with Donal O’Shea and Anne-Marie Russell
A Crimson Dawn
with ensemble mise-en

Selby Garden Internship Presentation
June 13, 2018
In May 2018, Jackie Lebouitz, an Environmental Studies/Biology major at New College of Florida, presented the results of her research over the past year during
Selby Gardens Internship Presentation
May 8, 2018
https://youtu.be/9ICuxdl_Y-o Elizabeth White, a second-year biology and chemistry major at New College of Florida, presents the results of her research over the past year during
O Mother, What Art Thou? Frankenstein at 200
April 5, 2018
New Topics New College presented professor Marilyn Francus of West Virginia University, speaking on Mary Shelley's novel’s themes related to motherhood.
Art, Math and Orange Peels
March 13, 2018
A discussion of the Legacy of Dr. William Thurston, a world-renowned expert in the mathematical field of topology, on math and fashion.
New Music New College: A Crimson Dawn
December 18, 2017
New Music New College presents the group ensemble mise-en performing "A Crimson Dawn" Jan. 21, 2017 at the Mildred Sainer Pavilion at New College of
New Topics: Alizé Carrère -- Sustainability in a Changing World
November 14, 2017
The Sarasota World Affairs Council presented Alizé Carrère, a world-traveling scientist, writer, and explorer who is researching and documenting how humans are adapting to climate
Discover SRQ
October 20, 2017
https://youtu.be/Sp5WQshi9fI A New College course for Fall 2017, "Discover SRQ," is previewed by anthropology professor Uzi Baram.
Miniclass: Ancient Rome History and Legacy
September 6, 2017
Dr. Carrie Benes, an associate professor of history at New College of Florida, presents a preview of her fall 2017 course "Ancient Rome History and
I'm Not Bad, I'm Just Drawn That Way
August 4, 2017
New College of Florida student Susan Gomes presents her thesis at the New Scholars Showcase May 19, 2017.
New Scholars Showcase
June 16, 2017
https://youtu.be/O6VIIqfTNsE New College student Paige Pellaton presents her thesis project at the New Scholars Showcase on May 19, 2017.    
U.S. Cuba Relations: What Does Normalization Mean?
May 3, 2017
https://youtu.be/IH6Fb2OJN8M The New College Cubano-American Community Project presents Rafael Hernández, Chief Editor of Temas, a Cuban quarterly, offering an open forum within the realm of
Cuban Diaspora: The Evolving Relationship between Florida and Cuba
March 20, 2017
https://youtu.be/IBmtTlIcSew The New College Cubano-American Community Project presented Dr. Jorge Duany, anthropologist and director for the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University.
Newtown Alive: Courage, Dignity, Determination
March 9, 2017
https://youtu.be/lNPfE-97a8o New Topics New College and the New College Public Archaeology Lab presents Vickie Oldham, a consultant with the Newtown Conservation Historic District, as she
Tampa Cuban Cigar Makers: A Cultural and Economic Heritage
March 1, 2017
https://youtu.be/CJd2xfskcno New Topics New College presents Tampa-area historian Maura Barrios, as she shares the origin and history of Cuban cigar makers who settled in Ybor
New Topics: Nuclear Weapons: They're Back
February 20, 2017
https://youtu.be/v6jPdpz1W_Y The Sarasota World Affairs Council presented Bob Gallucci, director of the The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress and former Assistant
Composing for Broadway, Film and TV
January 10, 2017
David Krane arranged and produced two songs for Golden Globe winner and Oscar-nominated actress Michelle Williams to sing as Marilyn Monroe in the acclaimed film, "My
The Mellon Foundation and New College
December 9, 2016
Cristle Collins Judd, senior program officer at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, speaks at New College of Florida Nov. 14, 2016.
A Black History Month Symposium: Black Youth Matter
November 15, 2016
Newtown: Past, Present and Future.
New Topics: Dr. Talya Fishman
September 26, 2016
https://youtu.be/ZKYBvxSApL4 The New College Klingenstein Chair of Judaic Studies presents Dr. Talya Fishman, a professor of Religious Studies and modern intellectual history at the University
Miniclass 2016
September 13, 2016
https://youtu.be/l5HHSGzU4K0 A miniclass previewing Directing, a theater class at New College of Florida.
New Scholars: "Beyond the One
August 15, 2016
New College of Florida graduate Kay Saffe presented her Senior Thesis titled "Beyond the One: Sexual Orientation and Attitudes Towards Consensual Non-Monogamy"at the New Scholars
New Scholars 2016
July 6, 2016
https://youtu.be/oH9fPBMgJcs 2016 New College of Florida graduate Hedda Cooper presented her senior thesis, titled "Fascinated by Food and Overjoyed by Weight Loss" to the public
New Topics: Douglas Duncan
May 10, 2016
New Topics New College welcomed Douglas Duncan, chair of the Fannie Mae Corporate House Price Forecast Committee, to campus April 28, 2016.
Lessons Learned from Rock 'n' Roll with Tony Michaelides
April 11, 2016
Today, many dream of being a rock star but in reality, very few are. What is it that separates one from the rest? Why do
"New Schools of Black Thought"
March 10, 2016
On Saturday, Feb. 27, New College of Florida presented “New Schools of Black Thought: A Black History Month Symposium,” a day of panel discussions, concluding
Improving Brain Health with Michael Mullan
February 10, 2016
What Validated Science and Research Reveals, with Dr. Michael Mullan, M.D., president of the Roskamp Institute and president of Sci-Brain. An Alzheimer’s disease expert, Mullan
New Music: A Line Becomes a Circle
January 12, 2016
The extraordinary Miya Masaoka performed at New College in November, investigating the sound and movement of insects, plants, the human brain, and her own body.
Peace Negotiations Taking Place in Colombia with Guerrilla Movements
December 9, 2015
The Sarasota World Affairs Council presents Frank Pearl González,  presenting the progress of crucial negotiations between the Colombian government and guerrilla movements.
The Transformation of the News Media
November 2, 2015
The Transformation of the News Media: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow with Don Browne, retired president of Telemundo and former executive vice president of NBC News.
2015 Mini-Class: Death, Hell and Capitalism
September 23, 2015
Associate Professor Carrie Benes gives a preview of her Social Sciences course, taking an interdisciplinary approach to the history of late medieval Italy.
2015 Mini-Class: Social Movements
August 25, 2015
New College of Florida Professor Sarah Hernandez presents a mini-class on social movements in America.
Mini Class: Women in Leadership
July 14, 2015
New College alum Raymonda Burgman '91, director of the Higher Education Resource Services Institutes, gives a presentation on Women in (Higher Education) Leadership.
2015 New Scholars
June 12, 2015
Thesis student Delaney Verger presents her research at the 2015 New Scholars event at New College.
'Burning Questions' with John Lentini
March 27, 2015
Fire scene investigator John "Jay" Lentini '69, has investigated more than 2,000 fire scenes and been called to testify many times as an expert witness.
The State of Hate and Extremism
February 26, 2015
Heidi Beirich is the director of the Southern Poverty Law Center’s Intelligence Project. She is an expert on hate and antigovernment movements.
Research at the Roskamp Institute
January 30, 2015
The president and CEO shares what the nonprofit biomedical research institute has been working on in the field of Traumatic Brain Injury.
Perfect Moments
January 13, 2015
Do perfect moments exist? Can we create them? Filmmaker Nirvan Millick explores the possibilities.
Who Stole the American Dream with Hedrick Smith
November 12, 2014
America is now actually two Americas, separated by a chasm of opportunity and wealth, says Hedrick Smith, best-selling author and winner of the Pulitzer Prize
Liberal Arts and the World of Work with David Rottman
September 22, 2014
David recently retired from a 26-year career as senior vice president in charge of career development at JPMorgan Chase. He used a mixture of therapy
Economic Outlook with Eric Rosengren
September 22, 2014
Rosengren is president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston and a currently a voting member of the Federal Open Market
Journey into the Heart of Florida with Carlton Ward
September 22, 2014
Ward is a conservation photographer and eighth-generation Floridian. He will speak about his experience on the Florida Wildlife Corridor Expedition and will show photos and

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