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“The Changing Face of Evil in Film and Television,” a collection of essays edited by Communication professor Martin F. Norden, was recently published by Rodopi.

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Krista Harper, assistant professor of Anthropology, will discuss her new book, “Wild Capitalism: Environmental Activists & Post-Socialist Ecology in Hungary,” on Thursday, Dec. 6 at 7 p.m. at Food for Thought Books.

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Edward E. Feit, 83, of Amherst, professor emeritus of Political Science, died Nov. 22 at the Hospice of the Fisher Home in North Amherst.

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Professor Aura Ganz of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department was recently named a fellow of the IEEE, the world’s leading professional association for the advancement of technology.

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Charlena M. Seymour, provost and senior vice chancellor for Academic Affairs, recently received the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association’s Honors of the Association award, the highest tribute the organization can give one of its members.

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Communication professor Marty Norden served as a jury member for the biennial “Wie Wir Leben!” (“The Way We Live!”) international short film festival held Nov. 7-10 in Munich, Germany.

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“The New Time Travelers: A Journey to the Frontiers of Physics,” by David Toomey, assistant professor of English, was reviewed in the Nov. 22 issue of the journal Nature.

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When UMass Police officer Sean Ward’s National Guard unit was called up last summer for duty in Iraq, it not only meant saying goodbye to family and friends, but also to Zeke, his canine partner of nearly two years.

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Biology professor Patricia Wadsworth won sixth place in the 2007 Olympus Bioscapes International Digital Imaging Competition with her photograph of a mammalian cell in the process of cell division.

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Ella Bernice (Jones) Fritsch, 91, of Whately, a retired senior clerk and stenographer in Athletics, died Nov. 16 at home.

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