New College In The News

Chemistry at New College
SRQ Magazine December 12, 2017

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

After New College, Still Serving Her Sarasota Community
SRQ Magazine December 13, 2017

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 College alumna Amy Laitinen '92 quoted on proposed changes to higher education regulations
New York Times December 12, 2017

The New York Times, Dec. 12, 2017 New College alumna Amy Laitinen '92 is quoted extensively in this story on proposed changes to higher education regulations. WASHINGTON — Congressional Republicans begin work on Tuesday on an extensive rewrite of the law that governs…Read more

16th annual New College holiday book guide
Sarasota Herald Tribune December 7, 2017

Sarasota Herald Tribune, December 7, 2017 Each year, the Herald-Tribune invites faculty, administrators and staff at New College of Florida to recommend books to our readers that had a particular impact on them. They don’t have to be new. Would…Read more

Donal O’Shea: Universities’ role in an innovation economy
Herald Tribune December 7, 2017

Herald Tribune, December 7, 2017 I’m writing from Jerusalem, where the sun has just set on the lovely limestone buildings. With several other university presidents, I am touring Israel via the American Jewish Committee’s Project Interchange. Like the United States,…Read more

NCF Alum Maxeme Tuchman receives Today's Honoree Mention
Today's Honoree December 5, 2017

Today's Honoree, December 5, 2017 (NCF Alum) Maxeme Tuchman is the CEO and Co-Founder of Caribu Inc., an education technology company that helps parents, extended family, and mentors read and draw with children when they’re not in the same location.…Read more

Bay Haven and Volunteers Prep For "Hour of Code"
SRQ Magazine November 28, 2017

SRQ Magazine, November 28, 2017 All 600 students in grades K-5 at Bay Haven School of Basics Plus will once again join the largest learning event in history, the “Hour of Code,” leading into the national observance of Computer Science…Read more

Alliance adds 66 new faculty, boosts Manatee-Sarasota’s intellectual capital
Bradenton Herald November 18, 2017

Bradenton Herald    November 18, 2017 Universities exist both to create knowledge and to pass the knowledge won by previous generations to the rising generation. They exist for their students. And, in a very real sense, a university’s students and…Read more

New Music At New College Offers Conversation About Contemporary Music
WUSF News November 15,2017

WUSF News, November 15, 2017 For nearly two decades, the New Music New College series has been holding contemporary music concerts in Sarasota. It’s featured works from artists ranging from John Cage and John Luther Adams, to pieces composed by…Read more

The Energy of Youth
SRQ Magazine November 11, 2017

SRQ Magazine, November 11, 2017 I returned to Sarasota on Thursday from a meeting in Orlando of the Board of Governors of the State University System. The meeting had begun with the annual trustee summit, in which trustees and senior…Read more