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Lloyd H. Semprevivo, research associate professor in Veterinary and Animal Sciences, has been awarded a $20,000 grant by the President’s Office to support his research on a vaccine for a rare infectious liver disorder caused by parasites.

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Wilhelmina R. Whitcomb, 92, of Pelham, a retired hospital aide at University Health Services, died at home on May 21.

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Robert Wilson, associate professor of Hospitality and Travel Management, was reelected May 18 as presiding officer of the Faculty Senate.

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Samuel F. Conti Faculty Fellowships have been awarded to Salvatore E. Macchia, Music and Dance; Peter A. Monson, Chemical Engineering; and Margaret J. Speas, Linguistics.

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Dorothy Carolyn "Dot" Orders, 69, of New Bern, N.C., an alumna and former lecturer in Nursing, died May 17 at Craven Regional Medical Center.

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The School of Education is hosting two events on Saturday, June 3 to honor professor emerita Sonia Nieto and to formally launch the campaign to create the Sonia Nieto Fund for Multicultural Education.

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Marianne Winters, former executive director of the Rape Crisis Center of Central Massachusetts, has been named director of the Everywoman’s Center (EWC).

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Anne Herrington, professor of English, and Charles Moran, professor emeritus of English, delivered the keynote address at the Eighth International Writing across the Curriculum Conference at Clemson University on May 18.

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Ten campus staff and 10 student employees were recognized this week by Chancellor John Lombardi for their outstanding contributions to the campus.

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Charles N. "Charley" Girard, 91, of Turners Falls, a retired storekeeper with the Chemistry Department, died May 13 at home.

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