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Massachusetts Commissioner of Agriculture Doug Petersen presented Ken Toong, director of Dining Services, with the state’s Faces of Agriculture Award in a Sept. 26 ceremony at Berkshire Dining Commons.

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“Teaching Art History with New Technologies. Reflections and Case Studies,” co-edited by Laetitia La Follette, associate professor of Art History, was published earlier this year by Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

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Genevieve Chandler, associate professor of Nursing, has been chosen to receive the American Psychiatric Nurses Association’s Award for Education.

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Christopher Misra has been promoted to information security officer in the Office of Information Technologies.

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Jane Fountain, professor of Political Science and Public Policy, has been appointed to the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on the Future of Governments.

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Thom Hannum, associate director of the Minuteman Marching Band, has been inducted into the World Drum Corps Hall of Fame in Rochester, N.Y.

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Mike Swain, Fire Safety Services supervisor with Environmental Health and Safety, was recognized Sept. 23 as the Massachusetts Fire and Life Safety Educator of the Year.

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The Faculty Senate on Sept. 18 elected John McCarthy, Distinguished Professor in the Linguistics Department, to chair the Rules Committee.

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A translation of Albert the Great’s “Questions Concerning Aristotle’s ‘On Animals’” by Classics professor Kenneth Kitchell and Irven Resnick of the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga was recently published by the Catholic University of America Press.

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WFCR’s Karen Brown is one of nine reporters selected from around the country for the Kaiser Media Fellowship, sponsored by the Kaiser Family Foundation.

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