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The American Council on Education has selected Provost and Senior Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Charlena Seymour to participate in its inaugural Institute for New Chief Academic Officers.

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Martha (Overton) Myers, 78, a retired typist in the International Programs Office, died July 2 in Hampton, N.H.

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Frank Hugus, interim associate provost and director of International Programs, recently returned from several weeks in Europe, where he met with German educators, participated in an academic conference in Paris and attended an anniversary celebration at Oxford University.

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Charles W. Warner, 73, of Haydenville, a retired carpenter, died July 18 in the Northampton Rehab-Nursing Center.

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Gianetto "Gil" F. Gianetti, 91, of Amherst, a retired technical assistant in Plant and Soil Sciences, died July 11 in Amherst Nursing Home.

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Armand H. Lamour Sr., 73, a retired skilled laborer at Physical Plant, died June 29 in the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Hospital in Tucson.

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Eddie H. Woods, Jr., 85, of Greenfield, a retired janitor with the Office of Residential Life, died June 24 at the Buckley HealthCare Center.

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Celia Aldia (Kendall) Daniels, 86, of Northampton, a retired Food Services worker, died July 6 at the Northampton Rehabilitation Nursing Center.

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Beatrice Irene Smith, 97, a retired senior clerk stenographer and Pelham''s oldest resident, died June 28 in Cozy Corner Nursing Home in Sunderland after a brief illness.

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Charles E. Carver, Jr., 83, professor emeritus of Civil Engineering, died June 25 at his home in South Hero, Vt., following a long illness.

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