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Robert J. Sadowski, 85, of Hadley, a retired maintenance foreman at Physical Plant, died Dec. 18 at the Fisher Home in Amherst after a very long illness.

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The Office of Faculty Development presented its inaugural Faculty Writing Place Most Valiant Pen (MVP) Awards to Brent Auerbach, assistant professor in Music and Dance, and Young Min Moon, assistant professor of Art.

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Dorothy Theresa (Brozo) Kelleher, of Hadley, a former nurse at University Health Services, died at home Dec. 18.

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Food Science professor D. Julian McClements was recently awarded two U.S. Department of Agriculture National Research Initiative grants for more than $700,000 to use structural design technologies for development of foods with improved nutritional attributes.

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Psychology professor Richard P. Halgin has been appointed by Gov. Deval L. Patrick to the state Board of Registration of Psychologists.

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The Board of Trustees voted Dec. 11 to award tenure to Boris Svistunov, associate professor of Physics, and approve the appointment with tenure of Christopher Agoglia, associate professor of Accounting and Information Systems.

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Angel G. Ramirez, 83, of Amherst, a retired member of the campus’ Army ROTC unit and the Division of Continuing Education, died Dec. 10.

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Catherine A. (Hayes) Kolakoski, 89, of South Deerfield, a retired junior sales clerk at the University Store, died at home Dec. 15.

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Helen (Sacco) Perry, 79, of Westfield and formerly of Sunderland, a retired clerk IV in Music and Dance, died Dec. 12 at home after a period of failing health.

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Jeffrey Tenenbaum, 63, of Amherst, a retired reference librarian, died Dec. 9, after being struck by a train.

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