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Michael Kaiser, president of the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., organized an “Arts in Crisis” tour in which he traveled to 70 U.S. cities to discuss solutions to challenges facing the arts due to the troubled economy.

Phran Ginsberg of Lloyd Harbor, N.Y., has served as executive director of the Forever Family Foundation since 2004. The foundation supports the premise that life does not end with physical death, furthers the understanding of “afterlife science" and survival of consciousness, and offers support to the bereaved.

Eveline M. Wheeler was named human resources manager at Murphy Insurance Agency in Hudson, Mass.

Beth Anne Wolfson, a professor at Bentley University, and three co-authors updated a textbook, “The Law of Sex Discrimination.”

Lynn Cominsky, chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Sonoma State University in California, was recently named a fellow of the American Physical Society. She was nominated by the Forum on Education with a citation that read: “For her seminal work to promote student and teacher education using NASA missions as inspiration.”

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