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David L. Field, 78, of Leverett, a former technical assistant in Agronomy, died Sept. 10 at home.

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Robert L. Woodbury, 71, a former professor and administrator who later became chancellor of the University of Maine system, died Sept. 12 in Falmouth, Maine of lymphoma.

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Professor John Collura of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering was a keynote speaker at International Intelligent Transportation and Environmental Symposium held July 16-18 in Raleigh, N.C.

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The current issue of the Continuing Higher Education Review includes an article co-authored by Bill McClure, director of Continuing and Professional Education, on the effects of the worldwide fiscal crisis and its impact on continuing education.

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Teng-sun Liu, professor emeritus of Mathematics, died Sept. 2 at the Lahey Clinic in Burlington after a brief battle with cancer.

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Michael J. Constantino, associate professor of Psychology, has been elected to Fellow status in the American Psychological Association (APA) and its Division of Psychotherapy (Division 29).

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“Two Words to the Wise: Reflections on Polish Language, Literature and Culture” by Comparative Literature professor Robert A. Rothstein has been nominated for a 2009 book prize from the American Association of Teachers of Slavic and East European Languages.

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For his new CD, “Altar of the Bottom Line,” and a forthcoming book by the same name, Labor Studies professor and singer-songwriter Tom Juravich draws upon the struggles and dreams of workers detailed in more than 100 interviews conducted over the past five years.

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Michael E. DeCheke, of Baltimore and formerly of Easthampton, a retired professional technician in the Graduate School, died Sept. 5 after a long illness.

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Ximena Zúñiga, associate professor in Student Development and Pupil Personnel Services, participated in an international seminar on “Education and Social Justice” held Sept. 2 in Santiago, Chile.

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