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Elizabeth “Betty” Broadhurst, 62, of Shelburne Falls, a retired clerk iii in the Payroll Office, died at home Nov. 18 after a long battle with cancer.

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UMass Extension educator and turf specialist Mary Owen was awarded the Massachusetts Horticultural Society''s Silver Medal at the organization''s honorary medals gala held Oct. 12 in Wellesley.

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"Local Treasures: Scenes and Variations," an exhibit of photographs and woven paper by Elisa K Campbell, will be displayed Dec. 2-29 at the Burnett Gallery in the Jones Library in Amherst.

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Chemical Engineering professor Peter Monson is part of an international team that published a letter about the group’s collaborative research on mesoporous materials in the Oct. 26 issue of the journal Nature.

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Linda L. Slakey, retired dean and professor of Biochemistry, has been tapped by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to lead its Division of Undergraduate Education.

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Janna Baty of the Department of Music and Dance is playing the part of the evil spider in “The Bug Opera” in its East Coast premiere performances in Providence (Nov. 17), Littleton (Nov. 18-19) and at the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst at 7:30 p.m. on Nov. 27.

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Cecilia C. Pesienski, 83, of South Windsor, Conn., a retired typist I in the Admissions Office, died Nov. 3 at home.

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Constance (Shaw) Phelps Vollinger, 59, of Chicopee, clerk III in the Classics Department, died Nov. 11 at home.

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The Board of Trustees voted Nov. 8 to award tenure to four Amherst campus faculty.

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Miles A. Seaver, 77, retired operations manager at the University Store, died Nov. 8 at Sunbridge of Hadley.

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