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F. Miles Sawyer, 82, of Pelham, professor emeritus of Food Science, died unexpectedly Feb. 4 at Cooley Dickinson Hospital after being stricken ill at home.

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Edith G. Walker, 92, of Northampton and Williamsburg, a retired associate professor of Nursing died Feb. 2 at Hampshire Care Rehabilitation Facility in Leeds.

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Dayo Gore, assistant professor of Women''s Studies, will speak on "The Revolt of Rosa Lee Ingram: Black Women Radicals'' Reframing of Civil Rights Politics, 1948-1956," on Thursday, Feb. 15 at the Five College Women''s Studies Research Center.

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Edward R. (Ted) Harrison, 88, of Tucson, Ariz., Distinguished University Professor emeritus of Physics and Astronomy, died Jan. 29.

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Frederick L. Henrichon, 88, of West Brookfield, a retired skilled laborer at Physical Plant, died Jan. 29 at home.

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English professor Peter Gizzi’s latest poetry collection, “The Outernationale,” is being published this week by the Wesleyan University Press.

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Art professor Richard Yarde will discuss the touring exhibition "Visionary Anatomies" on Thursday, Feb. 8 at 4:30 p.m. in Stirn Auditorium, Amherst College.

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Yeonhwa Park, assistant professor in the Department of Food Science, has received a 2007 Future Leader Award from the International Life Science Institute (ILSI) North America.

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Political Science professor Peter Haas is among a number of environmental policy experts who have been invited by French President Jacques Chirac to participate in a conference on the environment on Feb. 2-3 in Paris.

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A research paper by Anna Nagurney, professor of Operations Management, and doctoral students Zugang Liu and Trisha Woolley has been selected as the lead article in the inaugural issue of the International Journal of Sustainable Transportation.

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