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Researchers win EPA grant for watershed research

The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded a $797,000 grant for a team of researchers to look at public opinion relating to environmental policy in the Great Bay watershed on the New Hampshire coast.


Ameer to depart following restructuring

The position of vice provost for student affairs, formerly held by Inge-Lise Ameer, has been eliminated by provost Carolyn Dever and the responsibilities transferred to Dean of the College Rebecca Biron.




Questions emerge over faculty diversity, tenure

A previous version of this article was published on May 26, 2016 under the headline “Faculty petition calls for review of the tenure process,” and has been consolidated and updated to include additional context. The College wrestled with questions of faculty diversity and the tenure process in the spring in the wake of English professor Aimee Bahng being denied tenure.



College names eight valedictorians, seven salutatorians

On Sunday, eight valedictorians marched at the front of the Class of 2016 during Commencement. Seven students were also recognized as salutatorians. The total number of 15 students and the eight valedictorians set new records for the College.



Faculty petition calls for changes to the tenure process

A group of roughly 20 faculty members have drafted and circulated a petition calling for a review of the tenure process, which 113 faculty members signed as of press time. The petition cites concerns about candidates being recommended for tenure by their departments ultimately being denied by the College’s Committee Advisory to the President.