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Max Page, associate professor in the Art Department, has been awarded a Howard Foundation fellowship for the 2007-08 academic year.

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William “Bill” A. Douyard, 73, of Northampton, a retired foreman at Physical Plant, died April 20 at the Holyoke Medical Center.

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Philip C. Nasca, interim associate dean for Research in the School of Nursing and professor of Epidemiology, has been appointed by Gov. Deval Patrick to the Massachusetts Public Health Council.

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Susan Shapiro, associate professor in the Department of Judaic and Near Eastern Studies, has been awarded the Master Visiting Professorship in Jewish Studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome, where she will teach “Post-Holocaust Philosophy and Theology” during the spring 2008 semester.

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John Clark, professor in the Department of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, was elected a Fellow of the American Chemical Society by the Division of Agrochemicals at the 233rd national meeting in Chicago on March 25-29.

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Michael J. Constantino, assistant professor of Psychology, has been selected to receive the American Psychological Foundation’s Division 29 (Psychotherapy) 2007 Early Career Award.

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Mary Andrianopoulos, associate professor of Communication Disorders, will be a keynote speaker at the first annual Symposium on Voice and Swallowing and their Disorders to be held April 20-22 in Athens, Greece.

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WFCR reporter Karen Brown’s radio documentary, “A Burden to be Well: Sisters and Brothers of the Mentally Ill,” has won awards from the Association of Women in Radio and Television and the Association of Health Care Journalists.

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Joseph Langland, 90, of Amherst, renowned poet and professor emeritus of English who founded the MFA program in Creative Writing, died April 9.

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Polymer scientist Kenneth R. Carter has won the Percy L. Julian Award for significant contributions in pure and applied research in chemistry.

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