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Andrew Donson, assistant professor in German and Scandinavian Studies and History, won the 2007 Fraenkel Prize for his manuscript, “Youth in the Fatherless Land: War Pedagogy, Nationalism and Authority in Germany 1914-1918.”

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Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and Campus Life Michael Gargano was a panelist at the Second Annual Pivotal Publications Colloquium held Sept. 21 at the University of Connecticut.

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Jane Fountain, professor of Political Science and Public Policy and director of the National Center for Digital Government, spoke at the 4th Ministerial e-Government Conference held Sept. 19-21 in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Theresa Austin, associate professor in the Language, Literacy and Culture concentration in the School of Education, co-edited Volume 4, numbers 2-3 of the Journal of Critical Inquiry in Language Studies.

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Deane Lee, 87, of Conway, associate professor emeritus of Agricultural and Resource Economics, died Sept. 26 at home.

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Professor Jane A. Baran, who chairs the Communication Disorders Department, has been elected to a four-year term on the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology.

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Teresa R. Ramsby, assistant professor of Classics, is the author of “Textual Permanence: Roman Elegists and the Epigraphic Tradition,” which was recently published by Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd.

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Christine A. Gagne, 43, of Gilbertville, a 22-year campus employee, was killed Sept. 23 when her motorcycle collided with a truck in Vermont near the Brattleboro-Marlboro town line.

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Professor Chris Roberts of Hospitality and Tourism Management was given the Stevenson W. Fletcher Achievement Award on July 27 by the International Council on Hotel, Restaurant and Institutional Education.

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Paula Chakravartty, associate professor of Communication, will discuss “Exclusion and Citizenship in the ‘Global information Society’: Lessons from Feminist Transnational Activism” on Monday, Oct. 1 at 4 p.m. at the Five College Women’s Studies Research Center.

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