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Edward Calabrese, a professor in the School of Public Health and Health Sciences, has been awarded the Marie Curie Prize for “outstanding achievements in research on the effects of low and very low doses of ionizing radiation on human health and biotopes.”

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For the third time in his career, Søren Bisgaard of the Isenberg School of Management is being honored by the American Society for Quality for writing the best paper in the field of quality control.

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Mark McDonald, associate professor of Sport Management, has been chosen to receive the Distinguished Sport Management Educator’s Award from the North American Society for Sport Management.

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Margaret Arsenault, employee and organization development specialist in Workplace Learning and Development, presented at the College and University Personnel Association for Human Resources regional conference held April 26-28 in Providence.

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Jonathan Skolnik, assistant professor of German, has been given a Career Development Award from the Leo Baeck Institute to support his research on German-Jewish literature and cultural memory.

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Peter Leslie Lisewski, 92, of South Deerfield, a retired Housing Services staff member, died April 20 at home after a period of failing health.

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Ronald Dean Ware, 80, of Sunderland, professor emeritus of History, died at home on April 4.

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Wei Jiang, a graduate student in Plant, Soil and Insect Sciences, was awarded first place for her poster presentation at the “Water Dependencies in New England” held on campus April 7.

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Andrea R. Nahmod, professor of Mathematics and Statistics, has been awarded a fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University for the 2009-10 academic year.

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Mason Lowance, professor of English, delivered a lecture on “Slavery: Then and Now, an Analysis of Antebellum Chattel Slavery and Contemporary Global Wage Slavery” on Jan. 20 to the Inquiry Forum of Atlanta.

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