Mellon Foundation Grant Funds Six New Courses at NCFCategoriesPosted
These college-community partnerships are designed to create innovative learning experiences that will translate into real-world professions and opportunities for New College students.
New College of Florida Celebrates the 2022 Latinx/Hispanic Heritage MonthCategoriesPosted
Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month is always a celebration at New College of Florida, filled with fun events organized by students, faculty and staff. I spoke with second-year student Gaby Batista to learn more about the celebration and the Latinx Club as a whole.
Girls Inc. and New College Partner to Help Young Women Study STEM in Summer Eureka! ProgramCategoriesPosted
To encourage young girls to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) fields, New College and Girls Inc. launched the Eureka! Program in Summer 2021.
PUSH/SUCCESS Summer Programs Bring Local Youth to New College of Florida to Learn About ScienceCategoriesPosted
This summer, New College of Florida hosted two programs for local middle and high school students from June 6 to 17 on campus.
New College of Florida Once Again Recognized as a “College of Distinction” for 2022-2023Posted
New College has again been named a “College of Distinction” among public Florida institutions for 2022-2023, with recognition in two main areas: Career Development, and Equity & Inclusion (accolades the College also received for the past two academic years).
Maxeme Tuchman ’00, Award-Winning Entrepreneur and New College of Florida Alumna, Shares her “10 Pieces of Advice” with Graduates at Commencement 2022Posted
Below is the entirety of Maxeme Tuchman’s 2022 commencement speech, given at New College of Florida on Fri. May 20 on the College Hall bayfront.
National Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) Program Connects Two New College of Florida Students with Competitive Local InternshipsPosted
Earlier this spring, 35 college students—including several from New College of Florida—interviewed to be part of the inaugural class of the Diversity in Arts Leadership (DIAL) internship program through the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.
Remembering Holocaust Survivor and Educator Helen N. Fagin, Ph.D.Posted
Dr. Helen N. Fagin, a Holocaust survivor who gained international prominence as an educator and moral authority, died March 13, 2022 at Aviva Senior Living in Sarasota, Florida. She was 104.
Community Partnerships and Cultural Programming Enrich the New College ExperienceCategoriesPosted
As we celebrate Black History Month—my first as president of New College of Florida—I am amazed by what our campus community has created.
Sarasota students awarded scholarships for young filmmakers contestPosted
From Yahoo News, February 7, 2022 Samantha Gholar Weires, Sarasota Herald-Tribune Mon, February 7, 2022, 10:58 AM·1 min read Young filmmaker Will Mauricette, right, was named winner of the first-ever Emerging Filmmaker scholarship contest on the campus of New College of Florida. Three winners of the new Visions of the Black Experience “Emerging Filmmaker” competition […]