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The Graduate School and the Office of Research Affairs are sponsoring the Second Annual Conference on Ethics in Graduate Education on Friday, April 15 from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in 904-08 Campus Center.

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Former Anthropology professor and associate provost Johnnetta B. Cole, now president of Bennett College for Women in Greensboro, N.C., will be honored April 7 as this year’s Distinguished Citizen Scholar by the Citizen Scholars Program in Commonwealth College.

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The Faculty Senate approved program changes March 24 that will allow master’s degree students in the Hospitality and Travel Management and Sport Management departments to earn MBAs simultaneously.

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A series of forums with candidates for the dean’s post at the School of Education began this week with a visit by Cynthia Tomovic, head of the department of organizational leadership and supervision at Purdue University.

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A $50,000 grant for a project designed to increase teachers'' computer applications and information technology in the classroom has been awarded to the Pioneer Valley Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Network (PV STEMNET).

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A symposium titled “Energy for the 21st Century” will be held Saturday, April 9, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in 104 Thompson Hall.

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The spring writing conference, “Revitalizing How We Teach Writing: Junior Year Writing Courses and Beyond,” will take place on Wednesday, April 6, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on the lower level of the Campus Center.

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Jesse French, a junior Economics and Political Science major, has been awarded a 2005 Truman Scholarship, one of the nation''s most prestigious undergraduate honors.

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Chancellor John V. Lombardi this week responded to criticism of his draft action plan to improve campus diversity by revising the timetable for discussing the proposal and augmenting the materials available to the campus community.

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A state senate task force report which recommends up to $300 million in additional spending on public higher education and caps on tuition and fee increases drew praise from Chancellor John V. Lombardi, who expressed enthusiasm for the panel’s objectives.

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