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Brandon Keith Brown, assistant professor of music and director of orchestral studies, returned to campus this week after spending three weeks in Germany studying intensively under conductor Kurt Masur as the winner of this year’s Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy Scholarship. Awarded by the...
Aline Gubrium, associate professor of community health education, is in Beijing Oct. 2-11 as an invited guest to present the U.S. site-based findings and meet with fellow researchers from four other international sites as part of a five-nation study, “Poverty and Shame: Perspectives and...
Michael J. Swain, Fire Safety Officer at Environmental Health and Safety and vice president of the Center for Campus Fire Safety, presented a three-hour version of the Fire Smart Campus training program to Connecticut fire and life safety officials on Sept. 23 at the University of New Haven. The...
Distinguished Professor Jane Fountain of political science and public policy is being recognized as a Spotlight Scholar for her pioneering work on the digital government and how governments and large international organizations can make the best use of rapidly evolving technology. Nominations are...
Elizabeth Hunt Davis Mazzocco, 56, Five College professor of Italian and director of the Five College Center for the Study of World Languages, died Sept. 24 at Baystate Medical Center in Springfield. Born in Chapel Hill, N.C., her family eventually settled in Commerce, Texas, where she graduated...
Anthropology professor Elizabeth Chilton, director of the Center for Heritage and Society (CHS), has been invited to serve as one of four international plenary speakers for the conference “The Heritage Value of Terroir-Based Economies as Models for Human Development,” to be held Feb. 18...
Lillian Julia LaMountain, 82, of Sunderland, retired staff assistant in the Chancellor’s Office, died unexpectedly Sept. 20 in Baystate Medical Center in Springfield. Born in Bondsville, she graduated from Chicopee High School. She retired in 1991 as assistant to Chancellor Joseph Duffey...
Patricia “Pat” E. (Carey) Bartos, 75, of Sunderland, a retired dietary worker I at Berkshire Dining Commons, died Sept. 21. She was born in Gardner, and grew up in the Moores Corner section of Leverett. She attended the Moores Corner School House, and was a graduate of New Salem...
Three Isenberg School of Management faculty members and a professor at the College of Engineering organized the workshop “Cybersecurity Risk Analysis for Enterprise Security” presented Sept. 19 at MIT’s Sloan School of Management. Anna Nagurney and Senay Solak from the operations...
Pat Camerino, former associate graduate dean for research and director of the Office of Grant and Contract Administration (OGCA), has been selected as the 2014 Centennial Alumni Award recipient for Kent State University’s College of Education, Health and Human Services Fifth Annual Hall of...

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