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M.V. Lee Badgett, associate professor of Economics and Public Policy, has been appointed director of the Center for Public Policy and Administration by Janet Rifkin, dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences.

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To many investors, stocks may be sexy and bonds boring, but bets in financial markets on interest rates and bond prices dwarf those on stocks, according to Sanjay Nawalkha, associate professor of Finance.

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Rutherford H. Platt, professor emeritus of Geosciences, and Patricia Campbell Warner, professor emerita of Theater, will sign copies of their most recent books on Wednesday, Sept. 19 from 1-3 p.m. at the University Store.

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Jeffrey M. Davis, assistant professor of Chemical Engineering, has won a Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, which recognizes young faculty in the chemical sciences who demonstrate excellence and leadership in research and education.

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Elaine M. Moggio, 54, of Westhampton, a maintenance technician II with Housing Services, died Sept. 4 in Baystate Medical Center in Springfield after a period of failing health.

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Rica M. (Glinski) Tourtellotte, 84, of Aliso Viejo, Calif. and formerly of Greenfield, a former bookkeeper at the University Store, died Aug. 16.

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Susan J. (Stone) Kuzmeski, 58, of Florence, a retired maintainer with Physical Plant, died Sept. 1.

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Political Science and Public Policy professor Jane E. Fountain is among two dozen researchers, government officials, and business professionals serving on the American Bar Association’s Committee on the Status and Future of Federal e-Rulemaking.

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Pierre W. Orelus, a doctoral candidate in the School of Education, is the author of “Education Under Occupation: The Heavy Price of Living in a Neocolonized and Globalized World,” recently published by Sense Publishers.

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Jim Motyka, supervisor of janitors for the dining commons, was honored as “Trainer of the Year” at the National OS1 Users Symposium held in July in Williamsburg, Va.

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