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Music professor Emanuel Rubin is the co-author of the newly published “Music in Jewish History and Culture,” issued by Harmonie Park Press as part of its Detroit Studies in Musicology/Studies in Music series.

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Economics professors Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff are the authors of "New Departures in Marxian Theory," a new book intended to enables readers to understand and make use of a new paradigm in Marxist thinking.

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Sophia V. (Siperek) Passa, 89, formerly of West Hatfield, a former kitchen helper, died June 7 at the Northampton Nursing Home.

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Alfred M. Wynne, 76, of Amherst, an alumnus and retired associate professor of Chemistry, died June 16 at the Center for Extended Care at Amherst.

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Katherine A. (Dejnak) Tomaus, 82, of Turners Falls, a retired dining commons supervisor, died June 17 in Franklin Medical Center.

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Men’s lacrosse coach Greg Cannella was named the 2006 USILA National Lacrosse Coach of the Year after leading the Minutemen to their first-ever national championship game.

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Jay Schafer, director of Libraries, was appointed vice president/president-elect of the Management Council of the Boston Library Consortium on June 7.

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Nurses who are well paid for their skills and performance provide higher quality healthcare, according to an article co-authored by Economics professor Nancy Folbre.

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Three faculty members have been awarded $75,000 grants as part of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics’ new Biomedical Innovation Initiative.

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Tilman Wolf, assistant professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been awarded a Technology for Teaching Award worth nearly $69,000 from the Hewlett-Packard Co.

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