New College In The News

The Butterfly Researcher
SRQ Magazine.com December 7, 2016

SRQMagazine.com, December 7, 2016 After she graduated from New College of Florida in 1999, Emily Saarinen traveled and worked all over the world: conducting wildlife surveys in Alaska, teaching rock climbing in Thailand, getting her doctorate at University of Florida…Read more

Selby Gardens and New College Partner in Science Collaboration
TampaBayNewswire December 5, 2016

TampaBayNewswire, December 5, 2016 New College of Florida and Marie Selby Botanical Gardens have established a formal collaboration between the education and research departments with a focus on plant science, conservation and public outreach. The agreement, finalized in November, sets…Read more

New College of Florida "Our Students Do"
SRQ Magazine.com November 29, 2016

SRQ Magazine, November 29, 2016 Ask Caitlyn Ralph what her major is, and she’ll tell you it’s computer science – right now, anyway. She’s already doing advanced research, using computer algorithms to analyze brain function. But she chose that major…Read more

New College Students, Faculty Participate in Student Coding Event
941Ceo.com November 29, 2016

941CEO.com, November 29, 2016 New College of Florida students and faculty are helping students at Bay Haven School of Basics Plus learn computer programming skills. For the second straight year, New College is assisting with the school’s “Hour of Code” event during…Read more

New College of Florida "Our Students Do"
SRQ Magazine.com November 29, 2016

SRQ Magazine.com, November 29, 2016 Ask Caitlyn Ralph what her major is, and she’ll tell you it’s computer science – right now, anyway. She’s already doing advanced research, using computer algorithms to analyze brain function. But she chose that major…Read more

Colleges working to change the perception of Sarasota-Manatee among young people
Bradenton Herald November 19, 2016

Bradenton Herald, November 19, 2016 When asked to describe the Sarasota-Manatee area, typical responses include: “Beautiful beaches. Eclectic restaurants. Great place to retire. A thriving arts scene. Breathtaking weather.” And also, “Not a hot spot for young people.” The Consortium…Read more

The Long Project (in higher education): An editorial by NCF President Donal O'Shea
SRQ Magazine.com November 12, 2016

SRQ Magazine, November 12, 2016 Governor Scott last May hosted a two-day summit entitled “Jobs to Degrees.” To my mind, the most fascinating presentation was made by the Gallup organization. Their CEO and COO presented the findings of a massive…Read more

Music Review: Da Capo ensemble leads fun adventure in new music
Herald Tribune November 6, 2016

Herald Tribune, November 6, 2016 Sure, I enjoy classical music concerts, and even more so new classical music. Yet, rarely have I felt such much giddy elation as I had when leaving the New Music New College event featuring Arnold…Read more

New College Clambake gets a new look
Herald Tribune November 4, 2016

Herald Tribune, November 4, 2016 It was, well, a picture-perfect night on the New College bayfront, as guests poured in for the 38th annual New College Foundation New England Clambake. This year's clambake, however, took on a new look and…Read more

Sea Level Rise and its impact on the Suncoast
Mysuncoast.com November 1, 2016

MySuncoast.com, November 1, 2016 Ancient ice is melting and our oceans are rising. That much we know. What we don't know yet, precisely, is how much our seas will rise here on the Suncoast and when it will happen in…Read more