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Researching COVID-19 in the Community

Recent NCF graduate Elizabeth Ramsamooj and current student Dachnaica Alcius became skilled scientific researchers this summer, studying Florida’s unique experience of the COVID-19 pandemic during internships at Sarasota's Multicultural Health Institute.

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Studying Manatees in Africa

Four student interns are working with Athena Ryck, assistant professor of Biology and Marine Science, to research the impact of an invasive plant species on the habitat of manatees in Cameroon.

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Pursue areas of study that spark your curiosity and relate to your potential career interests.


Career Planning from First Year to Graduation

The Novo Career Advantage provides a four-year roadmap for undergraduates as they explore their career interests and prepare for entry into the professional world.

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Dual Degree in Liberal Arts and Engineering

New College and the University of Florida are launching an innovative, five-year dual degree program that allows students to earn a bacehlor of art degree in a liberal arts and science area of concentration from NCF and a bachelor of science degree in an engineering major from UF.

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Explore big ideas in small classes with faculty who encourage you to think independently.


Innovations Abound in Nanomaterials Lab

With a provisional patent in the works and a multitude of publications to their credit, New College Professor of Physics Mariana Sendova and 2020 Physics graduate Matt Mancini are elevating the science landscape as collaborators.

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A Back Stage Look at the Future of the Arts

Assistant Professor Diego Villada, director of New College's Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies program, is helping students reimagine how the arts will be delivered in a world that has been impacted on every level by COVID-19.

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