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Liane Brandon (Boyd Estus photo)

Two early films by Liane Brandon, professor emeritus of Education, have been selected for restoration and preservation by the New York Women in Film & Television’s Women’s Film Preservation Fund.

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Rachel Smith, of Greenfield, a former associate professor of Nursing, died June 18 at SunBridge of Hadley.

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Women’s tennis coach Judy Dixon was inducted June 21 into the USTA New England Hall of Fame during a ceremony in Newport, R.I.

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Antwon Jackson has been hired as assistant men’s basketball coach by head coach Derek Kellogg.

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Don Towsley, Distinguished Professor in the Computer Science Department, is being recognized for his contributions to the field of computing networking by the Association of Computing Machinery’s special interest group on data communications, known as ACM SIGCOMM.

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Starting next month, Accounting professor Ray Pfeiffer will spend a year as a research fellow with the Financial Accounting Standards Board in Norwalk, Conn.

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Raymond S. Bradley, Distinguished Professor in the Department of Geosciences and director of the Climate System Research Center, has been elected an External (Foreign) Member of the Finnish Academy of Science and Letters.

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Astronomy professor William Irvine has been elected a councillor of the International Society for the Study of the Origin of Life, also known as the International Astrobiology Society.

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Victor Patnaude, 91, of Amherst, a retired maintainer, died June 5 at the Center for Extended Care after a long period of failing health.

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Ernest F. “Zeke” Bridges, 88, of Holyoke, a former storeroom helper, died June 2 at the Holyoke Medical Center.

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