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‘Atlas of Life’ Project Features Work by New College of Florida Biology Professor

An international team of scientists, including New College of Florida’s Dr. Tiffany Doan, have completed the “atlas of life” – the first global review and map of every vertebrate on Earth, a vital tool in identifying regions for global conservation…Read more


Rogers to leave New College Foundation

Jessica Rogers, associate vice president of advancement for New College of Florida and associate director of the New College Foundation, is moving on after more than a decade of service to the College. Rogers has accepted a position as vice…Read more


New College Cancels Classes Thursday Sept. 7 Through Monday Sept. 11

Because the predicted path and intensity of Hurricane Irma remains uncertain, New College of Florida has canceled classes Thursday, Sept. 7, Friday, Sept. 8, and Monday, Sept. 11. The College has encouraged students to leave campus to be with their families or…Read more

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Coffee Talk: Careers In Global Finance & Investment Management

When: Tue Oct 24 2017 2:00pm to 3:00pm

Where: The Keating Center

Description: Meet Henry Smyth ’77, director and investment manager at Granville Cooper Gold Fund II Ltd. Find out: Is this for me? What it’s really like in a specific field or profession? What grad programs, internships, and first jobs does he recommend? What can you do now to get ready for this career? Space is limited! Register now by email to mflint@ncf.edu or calling 487-4451.

The Many Faces of China’s Monkey King

When: Tue Oct 24 2017 5:30pm to 6:30pm

Where: Hamilton Center Classroom 8

Description: Robert E. Hegel, professor of Chineese language and literature and the Liselotte Dieckmann professor of comparative literature at Washington University in St. Louis, will speak about The Monkey King, Sun Wukong, among the favorite characters in all of China’s fiction, past and present. His first image is that of a demonic and scary predator on humanity before he was “tamed” to become guardian and counselor for a brave monk who traveled from China to India to get Buddhist scriptures. Thereafter he became a protective deity in many Chinese communities and finally, in the 20th century, the representative of a variety of political ideals -— and the subject of countless movies, cartoons and video games. Sponsored by the Mellon Foundation and New College of Florida.

Third Annual Pumpkin Patch Party

When: Wed Oct 25 2017 12:00pm to 3:00pm

Where: Counseling and Wellness Center

Description: Come join the staff at the Counseling and Wellness Center for an afternoon of fun! Ther will be pumpkins to paint, hot dogs, popcorn and more.

ISP Workshop

When: Wed Oct 25 2017 3:30pm to 5:00pm

Where: Sudakoff Conference Center

Description: This workshop is a necessity for first-year students. The workshop will answer any and all questions relating to the Independent Study Project. Preview the updated 2017 ISP Handbook, hear from faculty holding Group ISP’s and from students on how to craft a successful ISP.

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Climate change and sea level rise? It’s academic:
Ocala.com October 15, 2017

Ocala.com  October 15, 2017 These already are hot topics in higher ed. And not just in the disciplines you might expect. While climate change and related sea level rise are still emerging priorities on the national and global consciousness, one…Read more

Colleges, Hurricanes and Trauma
SRQ Magazine October 14, 2017

SRQ Magazine, October 14, 2017 Colleges, like people, have personalities. Some are welcoming, others reserved. Some are straight-laced, others informal. Some are prone to drama, others unflappable. So it should come as no surprise that colleges can experience trauma. Last…Read more

Performance and Lecture Series Performance and Lecture Series

Information about performance, lecture series and annual events held at New College including New Music New College, New Topics and the annual Klingenstein Lecture. All are open to the public.


New Music New College

New Music New College (NMNC) is an extension of the music program at New College that presents five programs of contemporary, avant-garde and experimental music each year.

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New Topics

New Topics is a collaboration of the New College Foundation and New College of Florida.

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Academic Lectures

New College of Florida presents several lecture series that regularly informs, entertains and inspires students, faculty and the community.

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