Headliners

Anthropology professor Arthur Keene was appointed Feb. 16 by the Board of Trustees to be the first Terrence Murray Commonwealth College Honors Professor.

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Kenan Sahin, founder and president of TIAX LLC and a former School of Management faculty member, will discuss "The Innovation Backlog" on Friday, Feb. 25 at 4 p.m. in the Engineering Laboratory II auditorium.

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President Jack M. Wilson announced Feb. 15 that he is renewing $1 million in funding designed to spark University research and to make Massachusetts a magnet for federal funds and ground-breaking science.

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Sen. Edward M. Kennedy will be honored with the President’s Medal, the University’s highest award, during May 12 ceremonies that will mark Jack M. Wilson’s formal investiture as president of the five-campus system.

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As government agencies and private companies tighten rules for the shipment of hazardous materials, Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) is implementing a new program to insure compliance with all appropriate regulations, according to director Don Robinson.

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The Faculty Senate approved five new, graduate-level Education courses on Feb. 10.

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The Division of Human Resources is seeking nominations of employees to be considered for the annual Chancellor’s Citation Awards.

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The campus community is invited to attend a presentation by Walter S. Pearson, a candidate for director of Continuing and Professional Education, on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2-3:30 p.m. in 905-09 Lincoln Campus Center.

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David Reckhow, director of the Environmental Institute and professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, is coordinating a three-year, $400,000 nationwide project to study potentially carcinogenic compounds that can be formed in drinking water by the interaction of chlorine and natural organic matter contained in all reservoirs. A key goal is to find ways to keep organic debris out of reservoirs and rivers in the first place.

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A Board of Trustees committee on Feb. 9 approved a tuition-and-fee increase that will see in-state undergraduates paying an average of 3.2 percent more during the 2005-06 academic year.

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