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Aspiring Marine Mammal Rehabilitation Specialist Studies Manatees

With her extensive New College research, Isabella McDonnell made new discoveries about Florida manatees—ones that will help inform scientific work on marine mammals in an ever-changing climate.

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Marine Biology Grad on Her Way to Cornell

Karianne Kapfer, who graduated from New College in May with a bachelor’s degree in marine biology, will begin a prestigious graduate program at Cornell University this fall. She is on her way to fulfilling her childhood dream of working with marine mammals.

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Computer Science Novo Lands Job Pre-Graduation

Haylee Millar, a computer science AOC, will graduate from New College with a job already lined up at Atlas Networks as a software engineer.

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Professor Paul Addresses Congress on Climate Change

The assistant professor of economics and environmental studies was the first to testify during a bicameral discussion on June 23, hosted by the U.S. Senate Climate Change Task Force, regarding the creation of a Civilian Climate Corps (CCC).

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PiLA Fellow to Pursue Equitable Conservation

Ky Miller received a Princeton in Latin America (PiLA) fellowship to work with an NGO in Latin America on sustainable development, biodiversity conservation and food security.

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Professor Shi Wins Fulbright Award for Research

Xia Shi, associate professor of history and international and area studies, has received a Fulbright Award to conduct research in China.

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NCF Podcast Featured at National Conference

Recent New College graduate Steven Keshishian presented the concept behind Making a Better [New] podcast at a national conference.

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NCF Student Wins OZY Genius Award for Invention

Student Antonia “Toni” Ginsberg-Klemmt was chosen out of thousands of applicants countrywide as one of this year’s OZY Genius Award recipients.

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Gilman Scholar Visits Refugees in Jordan

New College third-year and Gilman Scholar Sierra Lamb traveled to Jordan this spring, in the middle of a global pandemic, to study human rights.

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