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    DECEMBER 15, 2005
 
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Awards&Achievements

Assistant professor of jazz studies and pianist Bill Cunliffe has been nominated for a 2005 Grammy award in the jazz instrumental-arrangement category for "Do It Again," from his album Imaginación. For more information about Cunliffe and his work, visit www.billcunliffe.com.

Sheri Stahler , associate vice president of Academic Computer Services and Technology Support and Development, has been named one of the Premier 100 IT Leaders of 2006 by Computerworld. The Premier 100 award recognizes leaders who make a positive impact on their organizations through technology. For more information on the Premier 100 IT Leaders, visit www.computerworld.com.

Ambler College professor Kurt Paulsen was awarded the Barclay Gibbs Jones Award for Best Dissertation in Planning — the highest award for recent doctoral dissertations in the field of planning — by the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) during the association's October conference, held in Kansas City. 

 

 


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