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Recognition for Dartmouth faculty, staff and students

James A. W. Heffernan, Professor of English  Emeritus, will be honored by the American Friends of James Joyce as one of "Ireland's Best" at the  Bloomsday Awards Celebration on June 14, 2005 at  the Yale Club, New York City. Heffernan has  served as Chair of the English Department and  Frederick Sessions Beebe Professor in the Art of  Writing, has co-authored Writing: A College  Handbook and Writing: A Concise Handbook and has  written several books and articles on literature  and art, including a comprehensive essay on the  life and work of Joyce. He has also delivered 24  lectures on Joyce's Ulysses and 24 lectures on  "Great Authors from Wordsworth to Beckett" for  the Teaching Company. The Bloomsday event  celebrates the 101st anniversary of the events  portrayed in James Joyce's Ulysses, which takes  place in Dublin on Thursday, 16 June 1904.

Kellen Haak, Collections Manager and Registrar,  Hood Museum of Art, was recently nominated and  elected to a three-year term on the Board of  Trustees for the Williamstown Art Conservation  Center. Since 1992 Haak has served as Dartmouth's  institutional representative to a consortium of  more than 50 member museums and historical  societies that are served by the Conservation  Center. Located on the grounds of the Sterling  and Francine Clark Art Institute in Williamstown,  Mass., the Center provides a wide range of  conservation treatments, scientific analytical  services, and educational programs to  institutions, corporations and individuals  throughout New England, New York, Pennsylvania  and Georgia.

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Last Updated: 12/17/08