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Pauline “Polly” (Bernache) Ball Dulin, 80, of Northampton, a former clerk typist, died Monday at the Calvin Coolidge Nursing and Rehabilitation Center.

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Hyuna Park, an Isenberg School Ph.D. candidate in Finance, has been honored by the Korea-American Finance Association (KAFA) with its 2006 KAFA Doctoral Student Dissertation Award.

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Professor George Avrunin of Mathematics and Statistics was recently named a Distinguished Member by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

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Ray La Raja, assistant professor of Political Science, has been awarded two grants totaling about $200,000 by the Justice, Equality, Human Dignity and Tolerance (JEHT) Foundation to look at the potential impact of the Clean Elections law in Connecticut.

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Experts from the Center for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention (CADAP) and School of Public Health and Health Sciences shared strategies for reducing high-risk behaviors at a conference held Oct. 19-22 in Arlington, Va.

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Barry Farber, M.D., senior staff psychiatrist at University Health Services, will address the Massachusetts Medical Society on Nov. 4 in Waltham.

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Resource Economics professor Julie Caswell and her co-authors of an Institute of Medicine study of seafood consumption briefed federal officials, congressional staffers and the media about the findings on Oct. 16-17 in Washington, D.C.

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Stella A. Kuzmeski, 90, of Leverett, a retired head dining room attendant in the Dining Commons, died Oct. 16 at home.

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The Lark String Quartet, in residency at the Department of Music and Dance, has released a new CD entitled “Klap Ur Handz” on the Endeavor Classics label.

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Communication professor Donal Carbaugh''s book "Cultures in Conversation" has received the Outstanding Book of the Year Award from the International and Intercultural Communication Division of the National Communication Association.

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