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Gabriela Weaver, vice provost for faculty development and director of the Center for Teaching and Faculty Development, chaired the second “Transforming Institutions: 21st Century STEM Education” Conference held Oct. 23-24 at the NCAA Hall of Champions in Indianapolis, Ind. The...
Rosa Rodriguez-Monguio, associate professor and director of the health policy and management program in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, will give the keynote address at the Hampden County Public Health Improvement Forum on Thursday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Holyoke...
Tevis Disney, of Hadley, a retired clerk IV in the Budget Office, died Nov. 11. Born and raised in Kentucky, she went to school in Harlan and Benham and eventually Cumberland College, where she met her first husband, Richard duBois. They moved to Iowa, where her three children were born. She...
Marion (Pielock) Shuzdak, 83, of Hadley, a retired dietary worker at the Blue Wall, died at her home on Nov. 10. Born in Whately, she graduated from the former Deerfield High School. She married Leonard J. Shuzdak, her husband of 48 years, and raised a family. She worked on the family farm...
Gail Morton Hayes, 73, of Sunderland, a retired clerk III with the Office of Institutional Research, died Nov. 8. Born in Montague, she was educated in South Deerfield schools and graduated from Frontier Regional High. She graduated from the Massachusetts College of Art with a BFA,  and also...
Emiliano Ricciardi, assistant professor of music history, has been awarded the Lauro De Bosis Postdoctoral Fellowship in Italian studies from Harvard University, where he will be in residence during the spring semester.   As a De Bosis fellow, he will be affiliated with the departments of...
Locardia “Lou” Emily Patnaude, 96 of Amherst, a former staffer with Telecommunications, died Oct. 8 at the Arbors assisted living facility. A lifelong resident of Amherst, she was educated in Amherst schools and at Northampton Commercial College. She was a departmental assistant with...
Philip L. Cranston, 77, died Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014, at home in Whately. Born in Northampton, he was a graduate of Smith School. He served in the United States Navy. He joined the campus staff in 1966 as an institutional protection man and left in 1988 as an institutional security officer II. He...

History professor David Glassberg has won an Excellence Award from the New England Museum Association (NEMA) for his work as part of the team that transformed the W.E.B Du Bois Homesite in Great Barrington from a demolished house to an interpretive trail and outdoor exhibition.

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Professor Andrea Nahmod of mathematics and statistics has been named a fellow of the American Mathematical Society (AMS) in recognition of her “contributions to nonlinear Fourier analysis, harmonic analysis, and partial differential equations, as well as service to the mathematical community...

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