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Alice Mielnikowski, 79, of Chicopee, a retired maintainer I at Physical Plant, died Dec. 3.

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Françoise Hamlin, assistant professor of History, is the winner of this year’s C. Vann Woodward Dissertation Prize from the Southern Historical Association.

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Tenor and music librarian Peter W. Shea will present a concert of vocal chamber music, "Songs of Love and the Sea," on Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. at the South Congregational Church in Amherst.

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A book co-edited by Max Page, associate professor of Art, has been honored by the Pioneer America Society with its 2005 Allen Noble Book Award.

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Nutrition professor Nancy Cohen and Linguistics professor Tom Roeper were presented the President''s Award for Public Service during a Dec. 2 ceremony at the University of Massachusetts Club in Boston.

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David Damery of the Building Materials and Wood Technology Program was featured Nov. 30 on "The Lumberyard," an epsiode of "Modern Marvels" on the History Channel.

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Physics professor Po-zen Wong delivered a keynote lecture at the 2005 International Conference on Neutron Scattering held Nov. 27 to Dec. 2 in Sydney, Australia.

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William J. Gerace, professor of Physics and director of the Scientific Reasoning Research Institute, has been awarded a Fulbright grant to South Africa, where he will work with educators to improve physical science instruction.

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Lisa Perlbinder has been named interim director of Advancement Communications by Vice Chancellor for University Advancement Elizabeth Dale.

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A campaign by a Victorian era social reformer to impose restrictions on a London theater is the subject of a new book by Joseph Donohue, professor emeritus of English.

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