NC’s Dewar Cited by New York Times

Where did the venerable New York Times look to contextualize the creative process and homemade / hacked instruments used by pioneers of live electronic music, Sonic Arts Union?  They looked to the scholarship of New College’s Dr. Andrew Dewar, that’s where! Read the Times piece here. Read Dr. Dewar’s piece here.

NC Alumna Inaugural NYU Cyber Fellow

If you want to know the value of a New College education, ask NYU about Caitlin Quintero Weaver, New College Class of 2012, whom they describe as a “modern-day Renaissance woman”. Caitlin, who graduated with a Depth Study in Cognitive Linguistics, is the first NYU Tandon Cyber Fellow, and will earn a master’s in a

New College Student Coordinates Walk Against Sexual Assault

Congratulations to New College student Abba Mellon: She made the cover of the Crimson White for helping organize this past weekend’s successful “Walk of Shame” against sexual assault. Abba has also been selected as an intern for the Druid City Girls Film School, to be held this summer.

UA Cyber Team Wins First Place in Auburn

Congratulations to New College student Austin Hose: He was part of the UA Cyber Team at Auburn that won first place. University Alabama Wins 2018 SEC Student Cyber Challenge Competition

New College Students Succeed in Aldag Business Pitch Competition

Congratulations to New College recent graduate Justin Volman (Collegiate Baseball Scouting Network) for winning the City of Tuscaloosa Grant Prize in the Aldag Business Pitch competition.  Justin joins New College students, Robert Petit, Alex Haisting, and Rachel Christ (High Five Studios) who won the 2018 Edward K. Aldag grand prize. UA Students Win Grand Prize

New College Students Win Ramsey and Sullivan Awards

New College students receive two of the top six Premier Awards given to UA students.  Asia Hayes received the John Fraser Ramsey Award and Theresa Stoddard received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award.  Congrats to Asia and Theresa and to Dr. Catherine Roach and Professor John Miller for their nominations of these very deserving students.