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Four certificate students from the Interdepartmental Program in Film Studies were recognized for their work at the presentation of the Michael S. Roif Award in Film Studies on May 18.

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Three students from the Women’s Studies Program were honored for their work May 8 with the inaugural Glennie L. Jones Memorial Awards.

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Legislators have a generally positive perception of the Amherst campus and the state’s public higher education system and that goodwill is translating into more financial support, according to Rep. Stephen Kulik (D-Worthington).

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The Faculty Senate voted May 18 to approve six new, three-credit courses:

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In response to recommendations from the Task Force on the Future of Faculty Development, Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Charlena Seymour has announced the creation of an Office of Faculty Development.

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Deaf high school students from across the country recently explored some New England geology with assistant professor Michele Cooke and the Department of Geosciences.

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The campus has been awarded a $47,000 planning grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation of New York to create an innovative, institution-wide mentoring initiative that will support new and underrepresented faculty in the humanities, fine arts, and social and behavioral sciences.

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Paul Kostecki, interim vice provost for research since 2003, has been chosen to fill the post permanently following a national search.

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The search for a new dean of the Isenberg School of Management is being reopened and Soren Bisgaard of the Department of Finance and Operations Management will serve as interim dean, according to Provost Charlena Seymour.

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The Senate Ways and Means Committee this week approved a proposed $25.43 billion state budget that increases funding for the University system by $42.1 million by allowing the five-campus system to retain all tuition and fees.

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