The New College Foundation, the private fundraising arm of New College of Florida, has announced the addition of four members to its Board of Directors: Francine J. Blum, Christine L. Jennings, Karin E. Gustafson and Charles H. Hamilton. Blum and…Read more
A message from President O'Shea: I regret to inform you that Dr. Glenn R. Cuomo, Professor of German Studies, passed away suddenly on October 25, 2017, after a valiant four-year battle with an extremely rare and hard-to-cure cancer. Professor Cuomo…Read more
The 2017-2018 season of the New Topics discussion series begins with scientist and National Geographic Young Explorer Alizé Carrère on Monday, Nov. 6, at 5:30 p.m., in New College of Florida’s Sainer Pavilion. The series continues with five more events…Read more
Klingenstein Lecture: “Rethinking The Jewish Catacombs”
When: Tue Jan 16 2018 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Where: Sainer Auditorium
Description: Nicola Denzey Lewis is on the faculty of Religious Studies at Claremont Graduate College, and author of "The Bone Gatherers." Her research centers on the city of Rome during the Roman Empire and late antiquity. The lecture is sponsored by New College of Florida, The Klingenstein Chair of Judaic Studies and The Jay Rudolph Endowment. The public is welcome.
Artists' Conversation: Lerner/Filiano/Grassi
When: Thu Jan 18 2018 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Where: Club Sudakoff
Description: Talk with Pianist Marilyn Lerner, bassist Ken Filiano and drummer Lou Grassi in advance of their Jan. 20 New Music New College concert. The event is free.
New Music Concert: Lerner/Filiano/Grassi
When: Sat Jan 20 2018 8:00pm to 9:30pm
Where: Club Sudakoff
Description: Pianist Marilyn Lerner has been to New Music New College twice before, and she returns to thrill us with her mastery of extended techniques and her gift for improvisation, this time with bassist Ken Filiano and drummer Lou Grassi. Come to Club Sudakoff and experience music of the moment performed by the best! Pre-concert talk: 7:30 p.m. $15, free with subscription.
New Topics: Scientific, Legal, and Regulatory Challenges in Investigating and Addressing Health Threats From “Unregulated” Drinking Water Contaminants: The Case of Perfluorochemicals
When: Thu Feb 15 2018 5:30pm to 7:00pm
Where: Mildred Sainer Auditorium, 5313 Bay Shore Road
Description: New College graduate ’83 and attorney Rob Bilott will provide insights into the various scientific, legal, and regulatory challenges facing communities exposed to “emerging” or currently “unregulated” contaminants in their drinking water. Bilott will draw upon his more than 17 years of experience handling issues involving perfluorochemical contamination of drinking water supplies across the country to highlight and explain the ways in which these various challenges impact our ability to fully understand the nature of the chemicals we are exposed to in our water and our ability to address any health risks associated with those exposures.
SRQ Magazine, December 12, 2017 Visit New College of Florida and you might find Alex Bottorff in any number of places. He might be in the Hamilton student center, watching his beloved St. Louis Blues playing hockey on television. He…Read more
SRQ Magazine.com December 13, 2017 Abigail Oakes graduated from New College of Florida in 2014, and the lessons she learned on campus have kept her in Sarasota, working to improve her community. Abby studied sciences, but took her academic work…Read more
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.Read more here
New Topics is a collaboration of the New College Foundation and New College of Florida.Read more here