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A special “Best in Class” report in Mass High Tech, which rates New England’s top engineering and science graduates for 2005, ranks three College of Engineering students among the top 10 performers.

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The administration and the Graduate Employee Organization (GEO) have reached a tentative agreement on a three-year contract.

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A team of scientists, including Chemical Engineering professor Phillip R. Westmoreland, has detected a class of compounds called enols – never before observed in flames. The discovery could lead to cleaner-burning fuels in the future.

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John R. Mullin has been named the permanent dean of the Graduate School.

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A gift of $2.5 million from Andrew and Virginia Rudd of California, combined with matching funds, will create a $6.25 million endowed professorship in the Psychology Department. The position will be dedicated to the study of complex issues surrounding adoption.

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The process of crafting a state budget for the next fiscal year will shift to the Legislature’s upper chamber next week when the Senate Ways and Means Committee releases its proposed spending plan.

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The Scientific Reasoning Research Institute (SRRI) has received two research grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF), totaling $5 million.

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Four students will receive the fifth annual Michael S. Roif Award in Film Studies for their creative film projects on Friday, May 13 at noon in 601 Herter Hall.

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Surrounded by poster displays of participant achievement, several hundred people gathered April 26 in Goodell for a celebration of worker learning hosted by the Labor/Management Workplace Education Program.

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The search committee for dean of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics has invited another candidate, Myron Salamon, for a campus interview.

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