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The National Science Foundation and National Institutes of Health have awarded more than $2.5 million in research support to six faculty affiliated with the Center for Research on Families (CRF) Scholars Program.

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Charles H. Gorman, 71, of Northampton, a retired technical specialist I in the Psychology Department, died March 12 at Cooley Dickinson Hospital.

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Cynthia Jacelon and Almaneta Lee of the School of Nursing attended a conference on “Enhancing Geriatric Content in Senior-Level Nursing Courses” held Feb. 28-29 in San Antonio.

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Jim Motyka, supervisor of janitors for the dining commons, is serving as the first president of the Cleaning Industry Trainers Guild, a national group that promotes best practices in institutional hygiene.

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Computer Science professor Rick Adrion has been chosen by the Computing Research Association to receive its Distinguished Service Award, to be presented in July at the CRA Conference at the Snowbird Ski Resort in Utah.

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John H. Dittfach, 89, of Belmont, professor emeritus of Mechanical Engineering and one of the first faculty members in the School of Engineering, died Feb. 29 after a short illness.

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Michael Hannahan, director of the Civic Initiative in the Donahue Institute, is just back from a two-week trip to Indonesia where he traveled around the country speaking to interested groups about the current U.S elections.

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Scott Mendoker, visiting assistant professor of tuba and euphonium, and his quintet, Philadelphia Brass, have been invited to participate in the Festival Misiones de Chiquitos 2008, a biennial event in Bolivia.

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Associate Professor of Classics Elizabeth Keitel gave an invited lecture to the classics department at Yale University on Feb. 15.

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Associate professor of Nursing Jean E. Swinney was honored Feb. 28 at the New York University College of Nursing’s 17th Annual Estelle Osborne Recognition Ceremony.

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