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“Supply Chain Network Economics: Dynamics of Prices, Flows and Profits,” by Anna Nagurney, the John F. Smith Memorial Professor at the Isenberg School of Management, was recently published by Edward Elgar Publishing.

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Michael Ellman has joined the staff of Auxiliary Services in the position of director of Conference Services.

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“Work Shy,” a poem by Commonwealth College lecturer Alex Phillips, was published Oct. 5 in “American Life in Poetry,” a syndicated newspaper column by U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser.

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“The Secret Powers of Naming,” a collection of Native American political poetry by Sara Littlecrow-Russell, director of the Student Center for Educational Research and Advocacy (SCERA), was recently published by the University of Arizona Press.

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Mezzo-soprano Janna Baty and tenor William Hite of the Department of Music and Dance performed in the Boston Symphony Orchestra’s production of Arnold Schoenberg’s opera “Moses und Aron” on Oct. 26 and 28.

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Jennie J. Cashman, 79, of Amherst, a retired bookkeeper I in the Economics Department, died Oct. 19 after a battle with ovarian cancer.

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Pauline “Polly” (Bernache) Ball Dulin, 80, of Northampton, a former clerk typist, died Monday at the Calvin Coolidge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

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Hyuna Park, an Isenberg School Ph.D. candidate in Finance, has been honored by the Korea-American Finance Association (KAFA) with its 2006 KAFA Doctoral Student Dissertation Award.

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Professor George Avrunin of Mathematics and Statistics was recently named a Distinguished Member by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

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Ray La Raja, assistant professor of Political Science, has been awarded two grants totaling about $200,000 by the Justice, Equality, Human Dignity and Tolerance (JEHT) Foundation to look at the potential impact of the Clean Elections law in Connecticut.

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