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The Center For Teaching (CFT) has been recognized in a national survey as one of the top faculty development programs in the United States and Canada.

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The Friends of the Fine Arts Center are going Hollywood as the group hosts the 17th Annual Benefit Gala and Auction on Saturday, Feb. 4 at Club Casablanca, also known as the Lincoln Campus Center Auditorium.

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Performances by Music and Dance faculty members Christopher Krueger and Jeffrey Holmes landed them on the 48th annual Grammy Award nominations list released last week.

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The renaming of the Department of Exercise Science to the Department of Kinesiology was approved Dec. 15 by the Faculty Senate.

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The Faculty Senate voted Dec. 15 to approve two new, three-credit graduate courses, Civil and Environmental Engineering 778, “Drinking Water Indicator Organism and Pathogen Microbiology,” and Political Science 750, “Research Design.”

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A protein known for being a mover and shaker in the cellular community seems to have a hand in how nerve cells form their connections to muscles, according to a recently published study by University scientists.

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A new recording released by DOREMI is devoted to violinist Julian Olevsky, who taught in the Music Department from 1967 until his death in 1985.

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The campus has launched a first-of-its-kind online directory of its research equipment, facilities and services (REFS).

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BioVeris Corporation of Gaithersburg, Md., has entered into an exclusive, worldwide license agreement with UMass Amherst for patent rights to a proprietary vaccine candidate for chlamydia, the most frequently reported infectious disease in the United States.

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An initial blueprint for hiring 250 additional faculty over five years targets teaching deficits in academic departments as well as key research needs across the campus, according to Chancellor John V. Lombardi and Provost Charlena Seymour.

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