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David F. Grose, 59, of Amherst, professor of Classics, died Oct. 13 at Mount Auburn Hospital in Cambridge of cardiac arrest following complications from previous surgeries.

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John M. Hintze, associate professor of school psychology in the Department of Student Development and Pupil Personnel Services, gave the keynote address at the national meeting of the Urban Special Education Leadership Collaborative on Oct. 21 in Boston.

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Frank Hugus, associate provost for International Programs, was one of five invited guests from abroad at the 60th anniversary celebration of the founding of Shaanxi Normal University held earlier this month in Xi’an, China.

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A report to a bipartisan Congressional commission co-authored by Stephanie Luce, assistant professor of Labor Studies, suggests that federal officials are grossly underestimating the number of American jobs being sent overseas.

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Education professor Liane Brandon has been involved in film and television production for many years, but one of her stills from a “Nova” production about Typhoid Mary appeared on the cover of TV Week in the Sunday Boston Globe on Oct. 10.

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Six members of the Political Science Department are among 725 international relations scholars who have signed a public letter opposing President Bush’s foreign policy and calling for a change of course.

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Robert W. Maloy, lecturer in Teacher Education and Curriculum Studies, was one of five faculty from across the University system honored Oct. 19 by President Jack M. Wilson for distinguished public service.

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While scores of experts on workforce development issues weighed in with their opinions at a regional conference at Holyoke Community College on Oct. 7, it was Housing Services maintainer Joel Gomarlo who brought the message home.

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Margaret L. Mientka, 75, of Amherst, a retired technical assistant in Veterinary and Animal Sciences, died Oct. 15 at home after a brief illness.

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President Jack M. Wilson was inducted into the United States Distance Learning Association (USDLA) Hall of Fame and recognized as an outstanding pioneer in distance education during the organization’s conference held Oct. 11-13 in San Francisco.

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