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    Visual & Performing Arts Dept presents Neil LaBute’s “The Shape of Things” Oct 23-25 at the Rogers Center.
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    Forget Coca-Cola, Pepsi or Perrier. There are people in Haiti who just want a simple drink of tap water without walking a couple of miles to get it. Civil engineering associate professor Marc Veletzos has been leading teams of student volunteers to the small community of Marmont in Haiti’s central plateau to improve access to clean water and help their physical injuries periodically since June 2011.
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    The Department of Visual and Performing Arts at Merrimack College opens their 2014-15 season with the darkly comic play The Shape of Things.
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    Experienced students in Engineering and Computer Science have the opportunity to assist first-year students in succeeding academically.
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    Associate professor and chair of the Department of Computer Science at Merrimack College, Vance Poteat, will present the annual “Last Lecture” on Tuesday, November 18.  Sponsored by the Honors Program, the “Last Lecture” is an opportunity for an outstanding faculty member to speak on a matter of importance and value to him/her as if it were the very last lecture given.
  • Why the Work of Dr. Nancy J. Sullivan Could Be Key to a Potential Ebola Vaccine
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    Dr. DeCesare’s latest article appears in Sociological Imagination, the journal of the Wisconsin Sociological Association.
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    Janelle Engram ’17 was 10 years old when she learned her mother, Janet, had been diagnosed with stage two breast cancer when she was seven months pregnant. It was a double shock when Engram’s mother called in February to say doctors had found a new lump on one of her breasts and she needed a double mastectomy. “After 18 years of being cancer-free, my mom was rediagnosed,” Engram told fellow Merrimack students, faculty and staff on Oct. 15.