New College In The News

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

Higher Learning: The wonderfully encouraging results of a New College grant
Herald Tribune October 12, 2017

Herald Tribune, October 12, 2017 The $750,000 award is to promote the arts and humanities. Last October, New College of Florida received a $750,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to promote the arts and humanities both at New…Read more

New College celebrates $9.7 million science wing
Herald Tribune October 12, 2017

Herald   October 12, 2017 Students appreciate common areas along with new classrooms and laboratories in Heiser Natural Sciences Complex Before New College of Florida leaders could cut the ribbon on a $9.7 million wing for the Heiser Natural Sciences…Read more

Climate change impacting higher education and future careers October 7, 2017

Herald   October 7, 2017 While climate change and related sea level rise are still emerging priorities on the national and global consciousness, one of society’s most vital institutions — higher education — is already incorporating those daunting topics into…Read more

College partnership has big ambitions October 5, 2017

Herald   October 5, 2017 A new partnership between local higher education institutions is starting slow, but college officials said Thursday during a Sarasota Tiger Bay discussion that they have big ambitions for the Cross College Alliance. “Really, the vision…Read more

Inter-College Collaboration the Topic at Oct. 5 Luncheon September 19, 2017   Sept. 19, 2017 The next Sarasota Tiger Bay Club luncheon will feature a panel discussion about the Cross College Alliance, a collaboration between Eckerd College, New College of Florida, Ringling College of Art and Design, State College of Florida Manatee-Sarasota, University of South…Read more

New College among 10 colleges where students graduate with the least debt September 15, 2017 September 15, 2017 New College of Florida has been lauded by a U.S. News & World survey examining debt loads of college graduates. New College ranked eighth in the nation in a list of U.S. schools whose class of…Read more

Science, New College and the Public Square
SRQ Magazine September 9, 2017

SRQ Magazine, September 9, 2017 Much has been written about how divided our country is. And some of it is true. So it is worth noting when we’re not. On August 21, the solar eclipse pulled Americans together in a…Read more

Effects of Irma could play stormy role in Florida's 2018 Senate race
USA Today 

USA Today  September 15, 2017 (Also published by the The Indianapolis Star, The Arizona Republic, The (Memphis) Commercial-Appeal, The Bergen (N.J.) Record and 35 other newspapers) Irma has left Florida but its destructive wake could blow political winds into next…Read more