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Lt. Thomas W. O’Donnell Jr. of the UMass Amherst Police Department recently graduated from the 230th FBI National Academy at Quantico, Va.

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Food Science professor Herbert O. Hultin, 73, of Rockport, the longtime director of the Marine Station in Gloucester, died Dec. 10 of pancreatic cancer at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.

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Elizabeth “Betty” (Morawski) Orloski, 89, of Whately, retired senior clerk/typist in Physics and Astronomy, died Dec. 9 at the Cozy Corner Nursing Home in Sunderland.

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Nancy L. (Smith) Kreuzer, 59, of Chicopee, customer service representative at Office 2 Office, died Dec. 12 Wingate at West Springfield after a seven-year battle with cancer.

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Professor Barton Byg of German and Scandinavian Studies, who directs the DEFA Film Library, spoke on “Konrad Wolf as Mediator” on Nov. 13 at the Center for German Studies at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Israel.

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Suzanne E. Peters has been appointed director of Financial Aid Services. Peters will begin her new duties in January and replaces Kenneth Burnham, who is retiring.

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J. Eliot B. Moss, professor of Computer Science, has been named an ACM Fellow by the Association of Computing Machinery.

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David B. Kittredge, Jr., professor of Natural Resources Conservation, has been elected a Society of American Foresters (SAF) Fellow by the group’s New England section.

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The Society of Automotive Engineers has named Robert Hyers, associate professor in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, as the 2008 recipient of the Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award, which is focused on exceptional younger engineering educators.

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Michael A. Knodler, Jr., assistant professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering, was elected to the board of the New England section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.

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