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Professor Jerry P. Jasinski, Chemistry, was selected to participate in the College Board’s Annual Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations Reading in Chemistry in June. Jerry and roughly 300 other high school AP teachers and college educators from around the world gathered to work together for a week in Louisville, KY to evaluate and score the free-response sections from over 145,000 AP Exams. After a day of training on the College Board’s rubric, Jerry spent the week reading thousands of students’ answers to one question, on soichiometry. This was the fourth year that Jasinski has been asked to serve as a Reader, and he will likely to it again next year. AP Readers are high school and college educators who represent many of the finest academic institutions in the world.

Shannon Mayers, Redfern Arts Center, has received a $11,666 grant from the New England Foundation for the Arts. This award provides support for Redfern’s presentation of Robert Moses’ Kin production of “NEVABAWARLDAPECE,” a major collaborative project among Artistic Director Robert Moses; Obie and BESSIE award-winning writer and performer Carl Hancock Rux; Afro-Celtic, Folk-Funk, vocalist Laura Love; MacArthur Fellow and composer Corey Harris; and visual designer Elaine Buckholtz. This team of collaborators has created a full-company work exploring critical moments of change in America’s liberation movements, insurrections, and revolts, from John Brown to today’s populist Occupy movement.

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