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Associate professor Michael Ash and professor James Boyce of the Economics Department have been awarded a a $75,000 grant from the V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation to analyze corporate releases of toxic chemicals and the resulting exposures of communities to pollution hazards.

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Guy Lanza, director of the Environmental Sciences Program and professor of Microbiology, has been awarded a Fulbright grant to assist the Hanoi School of Public Health in Vietnam to develop new programs in education and research.

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Hui-Ming Wang, 84, of Montague, professor emeritus of Art, died March 29.

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Research on the migration of Ladino-speaking Jewish families to the U.S. by Aviva Ben-Ur, assistant professor of Judaic Studies, was cited in the April issue of Moment magazine.

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Arthur Kinney, professor of English and director of the Renaissance Center, was honored March 25 by the Renaissance Society of America with the Paul Oskar Kristeller Lifetime Achievement Award, the most prestigious prize given to a Renaissance scholar.

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Donal Carbaugh, professor of Communication, has been invited to speak to honorary consuls at the United Nations on April 2-3.

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Marie-Rose Durret Carré, 86, of Pelham, retired professor of French, died March 27 after a lengthy illness.

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Mathew L. Ouellett, associate director of the Center for Teaching, has been elected president of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD), the international organization of faculty and instructional development.

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Tony Jung, acting chef at Hampshire Dining Commons, was the winner of the Northeast Region Culinary Challenge during the National Association of College & University Food Services’ regional conference held March 21-23 at Cornell University.

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The March/April issue of Boston Review includes essays by Gianpaolo Baiocchi, assistant professor of Sociology, and English professor Nick Bromell.

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