List of New College of Florida alumni
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|Anita L. Allen||Henry R. Silverman Professor of Law and professor of philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania Law School|
|David Allen||Writer and productivity consultant, developed the "Getting Things Done" method of time management|
|Robert D. Atkinson||Author and founder of the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation|
|Esther Barazzone||President of Chatham University|
|Thomas Bell, Ph.D.||Scientist (Emeritus) at the Goddard Space Flight Center at NASA and a senior meteorologist (Emeritus) in the Laboratory for Atmospheres|
|Susan Burns||Founding editor of business magazine BIZ(941), and a founding board member of the Sarasota School of Arts and Sciences|
|John M. Cranor III||Entrepreneur; Chairman of the Board, AFC Enterprises; former President/CEO, New College Foundation; former Chairman/President/CEO, Long John Silver's Restaurants; former President/CEO, KFC Corp.|
|Michael DeMaria||Clinical psychologist|
|Jose Diaz-Balart||Emmy Award-winning journalist, Telemundo and MSNBC national news anchor|
|Lincoln Diaz-Balart||Former United States Congressman|
|Rick Doblin||President and founder of the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies|
|The Dollyrots||Co-founded by Kelly Ogden (lead vocals and bassist) and Luis Cabezas (guitarist)|
|Gregory Dubois-Felsmann||Rhodes Scholar; staff scientist at Caltech; former chair of the executive committee for the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Users' Organization,|
|William C. Dudley||President, New York Federal Reserve Bank|
|Stephen Duprey||Prominent New Hampshire businessman and politician; member of the Republican National Committee; four-term chair of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee; elected in 1972 at age 19 to the New Hampshire House of Representatives as the youngest state representative in the United States|
|Margee Ensign||President, Dickinson College; Former president, American University of Nigeria; awarded the African Leadership Award in Educational Excellence by African Leadership Magazine (2011)|
|Carol Flint||Emmy Award-winning television writer and producer, ER, The West Wing|
|Jennifer Granick||Attorney; Director of Civil Liberties, Stanford Center for Internet and Society; former Civil Liberties Director, Electronic Frontier Foundation|
|Elaine Hall||Emmy Award winner, founder and director of The Miracle Project|
|Paul Hansma||Physics professor (Emeritus) at UC Santa Barbara and the winner of the American Physical Society's award to recognize outstanding achievement in biological physics research, the Max Delbruck Prize (2000)|
|Daniel M. Harrison||Sociologist, writer and author of Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter: The Dark Side of Political Protest, 2014|
|Jaymay||Singer-songwriter based in New York City and London|
|Joel Judd||Attorney; former member of the Colorado House of Representatives|
|Sarah Rose Karr||Former child actress, best known for her roles in Beethoven, Beethoven 2, and Kindergarten Cop|
|John J. Lentini||Fire and arson scientist|
|Sondra London||True crime author|
|Merlin Mann||Writer and editor|
|Sharon Matola||Biologist, environmentalist, founder and director of the Belize Zoo|
|Nancy E. McEldowney||Diplomat; director, Foreign Service Institute; former United States Ambassador to Bulgaria|
|Randall Moon||Biologist, University of Washington|
|Ramon Mujica Pinilla||Librarian Executive Director Peruvian National Library under three Presidents; Historian; Anthropologist|
|Tyler Pitchford||Appellate attorney, computer security expert, and co-creator of the Azureus bittorrent client.|
|Nicholas Schaffner||Writer, rock & roll journalist, expert on the Beatles; died August 28, 1991|
|Jonathan Smiga||President and CEO, Barnie's Coffee Kitchen|
|David M. Smolin||Professor of Law at the Cumberland School of Law and director of Cumberland School of Law's Center for Biotechnology, Law, and Ethics|
|Donald Thieme||Geologist, archaeologist, Professor of Geosciences at Valdosta State University|
|William Thurston||Mathematician, 1982 winner of the Fields Medal; died August 21, 2012.|
|Josh Tickell||Biodiesel advocate; author; director of the documentary Fuel, which won the audience award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival|
|Mark Weiser||Former Chief Scientist at Xerox PARC Laboratories; founder of ubiquitous computing; died on April 27, 1999|
|Ryan Francis White||Cameraman and cinematographer|
|John Wilke||Investigative reporter at the Wall Street Journal; died on May 1, 2009|
|David Wyde||World Maccabiah Games athlete and chess master|
|Sam Zamarripa||First Hispanic to serve in the Georgia state senate|
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- "John M. Cranor III: Executive Profile & Biography - Bloomberg". www.bloomberg.com. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
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- "Carol Flint". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Jennifer Granick". cyberlaw.stanford.edu. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Paul Hansma's Website". hansmalab.physics.ucsb.edu. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Prize Recipient". www.aps.org. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- UPF. "Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter". University Press of Florida: Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Sarah Rose Karr". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Scientific Fire Analysis". www.firescientist.com. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "UW Pharmacology, Moon". depts.washington.edu. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Our Team". Barnies Coffee & Tea Co. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Donald M. Thieme, Geoscientist". ww2.valdosta.edu. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Ryan White". IMDb. Retrieved 2017-07-11.
- "Maccabi USA Announces The Open Chess Team For The 20th World Maccabiah Games | Maccabi USA". www.maccabiusa.com. Retrieved 2017-07-11.