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April 23 , 2004

Faculty Honored for Outstanding Teaching and Scholarship

Photo by Todd M. LeMieux

Stan Rachootin, professor of biological sciences

Five Mount Holyoke faculty members will be honored for outstanding teaching and scholarship Wednesday, April 28, when the College community gathers to celebrate the professional accomplishments of its faculty. Lois Brown, associate professor of English, and Stan Rachootin, professor of biological sciences, will receive the Mount Holyoke College Faculty Prize for Teaching. Michael Robinson, professor of economics, and Mary Jo Salter and Brad Leithauser, Emily Dickinson Senior Lecturers in the Humanities, will be given the Meribeth E. Cameron Faculty Prize for Scholarship. Each prize carries with it a citation and a check for $2,500. The recipients will each deliver a short speech at the awards ceremony, scheduled to take place at 4 pm in Pratt Hall. A reception will follow in the music library lounge, where recent faculty works will be displayed. more>

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