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General College of Arts and Sciences News

Read about Dept of Physics & Astronomy Prof Chang Kee Jung's role in historic experiment of  the evolution of the universe

$100,000 Gift Establishes DeSimone Endowed Visiting Lectureship in Italian and Italian American Studies

Sociology Prof Jason Jones: Late night tweeting impairs NBA players' next day performance 

Department of Africana Studies Honors Winners of Inaugural Essay Contest

ICYMI: Dr. Naomi Wolf Public Intellectual Series Videos Now Available 

Remembering Peter Paul, Distinguished Service Professor, Department of Physis and Astronomy

Turkana Basin Institute nears completion of Phase III

ICYMI: View our Women in the Workplace alumni mentorship panel video 

Congrats to the Program in Writing & Rhetoric's "Your Voice, Your Future" essay contest winners!

Using Theatre as a Tool for Social Justice: A Panel for Change - Thursday, March 9 at 8pm 

The College congratulates 22 alumni named  to the 40 Under Forty class of '16

Writers Speak: MFA alum and novelist Helen Simonson kicks off the series February 8

Department of Music Alumnus Andrew Schulman '74 Featured in List of Best Books of 2016

Ruth Franklin Talks with MFA Prof Susan Scarf Merrell, November 30 Writers Speak Program

Professor Madeline Turan Named Knight in the Order of Academic Palms of France

PWR Prof Roger Thompson’s work with student veterans is featured in Pedagogy

Awards and Festival Appearances Continue MFA in Film Program’s Momentum

Saturday 11/12: Celebrate Math Day with Lectures, Activities & a Chance to Connect

Biology Alumnus Dr. Margaret M. McGovern, ‘78 Named Inaugural Endowed Chair in Pediatrics

Dept of Chemistry Prof Chris Johnson Awarded Young Investigator Grant from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research

MFA in Film Students Selected For Careers in Entertainment Tour

New Center for Planetary Exploration (CPEX) featured on FiOS1 News

New video showcases our Pre College Institute, equal opportunity for students

Dance as therapy: learn how this workshop enriches the lives of Parkinson’s patients 

July 18-22: Dance Intensive with Master Choreographer Roger Jeffrey 

Internship Trends: Professor Carrie Shandra Receives Grant from Russell Sage Foundation

What Is It About That Noo Yawk Accent Anyway? Marie Huffman knows!

Joanna Kiryluk receives an NSF CAREER award

Simons Program Student receives 1st place and award

Alumnus Domi Piturro Changing the Landscape of 3D Graphics

Tiffany Joseph named one of five Nancy Weiss Malkiel 2016 Junior Faculty Fellows 

New Korean Language Teacher Education Program Created

Alumni and Community Mentor Stony Brook Undergrads

Geology Open Night Presentation: Roving on Mars

The College Welcomes 1500 Open House Visitors

Three Summer Research High School Students working with Professor Dianna Padilla Named Siemens Semifinalists

Department of Music Gratefully Receives Three Grand Pianos 

Campus Community Invited to American Chemical Society Awards Ceremony, October 29, 4PM

The Language Learning Research Center hosts StarTalk program for the Second Consecutive Year

University Orchestra Performed at Staller Center May 5

Stony Brook Center for Game Theory to Host the 26th International Conference on Game Theory 

College of Arts and Sciences Awards and Recognition Ceremony

Stony Brook University ranked 28 in list of top 50 research universities

Dean Kopp Speaks about Fundamental Research

Nominate a faculty member for the Arts and Sciences Teaching Excellence Award

 

Undergraduate News 

Political Science majors Sarah Eller '17 & Kevin Rutigliano '17 named March URECA Researchers of the Month 

Learn about Comparative Literature major Diana Hernandez, '17 URECA Researcher of the Month! 

For Physics Student Jessica Flores ‘17, Undergraduate Research is Global

High school student Vincy Mathew recognized for work done in Anthropology lab

Multidisciplinary Studies Major Jean Adomfeh '16, '18, on Her Approach to Medicine

Physics major Jessica Flores '17, November URECA Researcher of the Month

Linguistics Major Sharon Benedett '18 Speaks the Language of Unity 

Jakub Micko '17, biology major, writing minor selected URECA Researcher of the Month 

University Scholars Elle Butler Basner and Maitreyee Kale, Class of '19, named September URECA Researchers of the Month

Prof. Hal Metcalf's UG Symposium at OSA Frontiers in Optics Hailed by Student Participant  

Learn about Ben Carter, Class of '16 Political Science major & August URECA Researcher of the Month 

URECA Researchers of the Month: University Scholars Elle Butler Basner and Maitreyee Kale, Class of '19

Biology Major Louis Susca '16 Assists Parkinson's Patients Through Center for Dance, Movement & Somatic Learning Workshop

Biology & Anthropology Major Rima Madan, Class of '17 is July's URECA Researcher of the Month

Psychology Major Andrew Seunghyun Lee named June 2016 URECA Researcher of the month

Trio of Goldwater Scholars Highlight Excellence in STEM

Students Receive Awards at the  Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery’s Senior Show

Learn about Ben Carter, Class of '16 Political Science major & URECA Researcher of the Month

Past Forward: Three Students Named First Recipients of “Stony Brook University Alumni Association Past Presidents Scholarship

Graduating Seniors Reflect on their Time at Stony Brook and Plans after Graduation

Kristin Walter ’16 Paints a Picture of Well-Rounded Study

College of Arts and Sciences Student Tayisha SaintVil Delivers December Commencement Address

Asian and Asian American Studies Major Amy Dang Named January 2016 URECA Researcher of the Month

Biochemistry Major/English Minor Alisa Rubin '16 Has Chemistry on the Dance Floor

New Korean Language Teacher Education Program Created

2015-2016 Paul Licht Undergraduate Teaching Fellow Awards Announced

English Major Bella Gurevich ’17 Takes a Multidisciplinary Approach to Life

Renovated flooring for the Dance Studio

Biology Major Priscilla Moley named URECA November researcher of the month

Math major Rob Maloney Models Leadership, on the Rugby Field and in the Community 

Anthropology students learn the origins of science/technology in their 'Primitive Tools' class 

Bio/Anthropology major Paige Keating Launches Voter Registration Campaign on Campus

Undergraduate Biology major Ruchi Shah Makes List of 22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women

Art History Graduates Hired to Exciting Positions

Students Interview Veterans as Part of Class History Project

Art Installation by Yekaterina Okouneva '14 on display in Administration Building 

Biochemistry major Jonathan McGuire named URECA August Researcher of the month

For Mallory Rothstein ’15, Leadership Is a Way of Life

Sean Farrell (BS Mathematics) Awarded a Noyce Fellowship

Physics and Astronomy Major Samantha Scibelli named URECA September Researcher of the month

Neuroscience Axis student club hosts lecture on "The amazing origins of sex differences in the brain"

Arts and Sciences Pre-College Summer Institute is a Hit with High Schoolers

Geosciences Asst. Prof. Deanne Rogers Brings Students to Hawaii for research on Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano

Calidore Quartet Conducts Class for Local Students

Faculty embrace distance learning 

Anthropology Professor Gabrielle Russo and Freshman Seminar students visit the Bronx Zoo

Stony Brook Among Eight Universities Selected to Test-Drive NSF-Funded PULSE Certification of Undergrad. Biology Education 

College of Arts and Sciences to host inaugural Residential Pre-College Institute

Winners of the Think Big Competition Announced

Music, Medicine, Motivation: Daniel Nwatu ’16 Looks Ahead

Biology Major Ruchi Shah Among 10 Students Nationwide to Receive Cancer Research Award

History major Ryan Hunter named URECA Researcher of the month for June 2015

Physics and Mathematics major Dhruv Dixit named a 2015 Goldwater Scholar

Congratulations to A&S students who earned a spot on the Dean's List for Fall 2014

History major Ryan Hunter publishes journal article on Aztec human sacrifice

Theatre Arts major Paige Borak accepted into The Williamstown Theatre Festival

Students, Enter the 'Think Big' Competition for Your Chance to Win Up to $5,000 

 

Graduate News 

Dept of Sociology Doctoral Candiate Cliff Leek Accepts Position at the University of Northern Colorado

PhD in Philosophy Student Jessica Sims Recognized for Innovative Research on Contemporary Social Concerns 

PhD in Chemistry Student Jianping Huang Wins 2016 Mow Shiah Lin Scholarship

History doctoral student Erica Mukherjee Wins Highly Competitive Fulbright-Hays Research Abroad Grant

MFA in Film Students Selected For Will and Jada Smith Family Foundation Careers in Entertainment Tour

Music PhD alum Murat Eyuboglu premiers eco-documentary "The Colorado" at Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC

Students Honored With Prestigious Fulbright Grants

Calidore String Quartet Debuts at Carnegie Hall May 10

Alumnus and DMA Student Rachel Schutz Wins NATS Artist Award Competition

Sociology PhD student Helana Darwin starts new blog on Huffington Post 

Brian Feinstein Q&A: Sexual Orientation-Related Stress & LGB Health

Ecology & Evolution Student Attends 65th Annual Nobel Laureate Meeting

Through Collaboration, IDPAS Students Expand Bounds of Global Archaeological Community

Graduate Students Bring Hands-on Science Education to Area Elementary Schools

Stony Brook Playwriting Competition Changes the 'T' in 'S-T-E-M' to Theatre

Inside Higher Ed features Professor Lori Flores's advice for grad students finishing their dissertation

Robert Palomino (Ph.D., Chemistry, '15) one of Brookhaven lab's new postdocs at the NSLS-II

Career Center Program Created to Serve International Graduate Students

Kuan Hu Awarded the 2015 Dr. Mow Shiah Lin Scholarship

New Interdisciplinary MA: Master of Arts in Philosophy with a Focus on the History of Philosophies, East and West

Art History Graduates Hired to Exciting Positions
 
English Ph.D. student Connor Pitetti is the inaugural recipient of the S.T. Joshi Endowed Research Fellowship

Linguistics Department to assist in an Effort to Reclaim the Tribal Languages of Long Island 

Artist-in-Residence David Finckel identifies the 10 Habits of Successful Musicians

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need Grant awarded to Physics Department 

PhD student Rahul I. Patel is co-investigator on discovery of 'Young Jupiter' Exoplanet

Chemistry Graduate Student Meng Yang wins Scholarship for Protein Structural Research 

Congratulations to winners of Fulbright Grants

PhD student Rahul I. Patel is co-investigator on discovery of 'Young Jupiter' Exoplanet

Linguistics Department to assist in an Effort to Reclaim the Tribal Languages of Long Island 

Psychology PhD graduate Dylan Selterman goes viral with creative teaching practice 

Music Graduate Student Yerin Kim Uses Sound as Therapy for Children with Autism

Congrats to Physics PhD student Benjamin Bannier,"Editor's Choice" for Phys. Rev. C & won BNL/RHIC best thesis award

MFA Students hosted "Open Studios" Event in April 

Congratulations to the College of Arts and Sciences NSF GRF winners

Music DMA student Rachel Naomi Kudo won the $35,000 second prize in the Ninth Annual Chopin Competition

Chemistry Ph.D. Student Meng Yang Uses Research to Wage War On Tuberculosis 
 

Faculty News 

 
 

What would you do to save your kids? Prof Nancy Hiemstra on separating immigrant families at the border

Stunning the mathematical field! Dept of Math Prof Bob Hough Awarded the 2017 David P. Robbins Prize from MAA

Program in Writing & Rhetoric Prof Roger Thompson Honored with CCCC Braddock Award for Veterans in the Writing Classroom" 

Political Science Prof John Ryan examines voter bias in interpreting facts - CNBC

Department of English Prof Celia Marshik interviewed for Newsday story about dystopian novel '1984'

Dept of Physics and Astronomy Professor Alexander Zamolodchikov Appointed as Chen Ning Yang-Wei Deng Endowed Chair 

Dept of Biochemistry and Cell Biology cancer researchers Drs. Matus and Marin receive Damon Runyon Innovation Award

Research by Dept of Ecology & Evolution Prof Liliana Dávalos reveals just how long would it take nature to recover lost species

Dept of Mathematics Prof Bob Hough Awarded the 2017 David P. Robbins Prize from the MAA

Dept of Political Science Prof Helmut Norpoth Mentors Michael Nachman, One of 58 Long Island Finalists in the 2017 Regeneron Science Talent Search
 
 
Dept of History Prof Robert Chase on Community Policing Approach - NBC News

Dept of Art Prof Howardena Pindell’s work at Art Basel/ Miami Receives Positive Review in New York Times 

Department of History Prof Chris Sellers Featured in The New York Times

Chemistry Prof Jin Wang's paper," Uncovering the mechanisms of Caenorhabditis elegans ageing from global quantification of underlying landscape" is published in the Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Professor Heidi Hutner Featured in The New York Times Dot Earth

Cultural Stuides & Comparative Literature Professor Robert Harvey Discusses 2016 Election on Live French TV

Research Points to New Path for Understanding Alzheimer's

Chemistry Professor Benjamin Hsaio Explains Nanofilter Technology in National Science Foundation Video

Physics & Astronomy Professor Jin Wang & Graduate Student Zhedong Zhang Published in the Scientific Reports

Physics Professors Axel Drees & Alexander Abanov Elected as Fellows of the American Physical Society  

Physics Professor Paul Grannis Elected as a Foreign Member of Russian Academy of Sciences 

Physics Professor Sally Dawson Receives J.J Sakurai Prize for Theoretical Particle Physics

Ecology & Evolution Assistant Prof Krishna Veeramah Uses Genes to Explore History 

Dept of Art Professor Andrew Uroskie Interviewed in Documentary Film on Ken Dewey, Premieres 11/12/16

Dept of Physics and Astronomy Profs Axel Drees and Alexander Abanov Named 2016 APS Fellows

Dept of Art Professor Andrew Uroskie Interviewed in Documentary Film on Ken Dewey, Premieres 11/12/16

Dept of Math Prof Jason Starr Elected a Fellow of AMS for Contributions to Algebraic Geometry

Dept of Art Prof Michele Bogart Quoted on the Preservation of Tradition and the Fate of Brooklyn Heights Library Art 

Mathematics Prof Marco Martens’ Markov Model Plays Significant Role in Work Recognized by Nobel Prize in Chemistry

Dept of Physics and Astronomy Professors Axel Drees and Alexander Abanov Named 2016 APS Fellows

PWR Prof Roger Thompson’s work with student veterans is featured in Pedagogy.
 
 
 
Artist in Residence Pedro Diaz, Department of Music, Receives Rave Reviews on Opening Night at the Met  
 
 
 
 
 
See History Professor Eric Zolov's spotlight on the AHA blog

Professor Kathy Parker Receives 2017 American Chemical Society Arthur C. Cope Scholar Award

Professor Emeritus Erich Goode Among Experts Weighing in on Marijuana Legalization 

What Is It About That Noo Yawk Accent Anyway? Marie Huffman knows!

Distinguished Professor Peter van Nieuwenhuizen Receives the 2016 Ettore Majorana Gold Medal

Why We Exist: Professor Chang Kee Jung, T2K scientists present recent findings 

Grounds for Dreaming: Prof Flores new book provides vision for future immigration policy 

Who's going to win the 2016 Presidential election? Professor Helmut Norpoth's model predicts...

Prospect Magazine Cites Professor Jin Wang, Perspective on Cancer Landscape

Prof Carlos Simmerling Inducted to the 2016 Class of American Chemical Society (ACS) Fellows

Withdrawn Children Display Predictable Brain Activity During Social Interactions 

Prof Krishna Veeramah, Ph.D., co-authors Ancient DNA Paper, Featured in Science Magazine

Professor Heidi Hutner's Conversation with Carl Safina Featured in The New York Times

Nancy Tomes' book 'Remaking the American Patient' Reviewed in the NYT

Chris Sellers weighs in on the Flint Water Crisis

Expedition to Hawaii helps NASA Prepare for Mankind's Next Giant Leap 

Long Islanders' Opinions Revealed in Housing Survey by Leonie Huddy

Study by Warren Sanderson Reveals New Measurements for Aging

John Shea writes Huffington Post article about Survival Skills

Richard Leakey interviewed by Financial Times

Prof. Sara Lipton Pens Op Ed piece in NYT

Four Stony Brook University Professors Elected AAAS 2015 Fellows

Suparna Rajaram Elected to Society of Experimental Psychologists

An Overdue Ovation in Jazz Times for Jazz Prof. Ray Anderson

Four Stony Brook University Professors Elected AAAS 2015 Fellows

Elizabeth Newman awarded the Society for Historical Archaeology’s James Deetz Prize for her book Biography of a Hacienda

Gil Kalish Earns Rave Reviews Performing with the Chamber Music Society Concert at Lincoln Center

Christian Luhmann and Suparna Rajaram find Information is Contagious within Social Networks

Gabrielle Russo Compares Ape, Panda Spine Adaptations

Geology Open Night Presentation: Roving on Mars

Sara Lipton's book Dark Mirror named Winner of the 2015 Jordan Schnitzer Book Award

Leading Scholars Convene to Examine the “Color Line to the Carceral State”

Stony Brook Research Team Shares in 2016 Breakthrough Prize for Fundamental Physics

Faculty work Highlights Race and Incarceration

Three Summer Research High School Students working with Professor Dianna Padilla Named Siemens Semifinalists

Stony Brook-led Team of Evolutionary Biologists finds Single Tooth Analysis of Oldest-Known Plant-Visiting Bat Fossil Suggests it was Omnivorous 

Psychology Professor Receives National Award for Motivating Students

Distinguished Professor Daniel O'Leary receives Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award

Leading Scholars Convene to Examine the “Color Line to the Carceral State”

Chris Sellers Points to Dangers of Lead in CNN Op-Ed  

Catherine Markham finds intermediate-sized Groups are Best for Baboon Health

Kate Aubrecht to receive the American Chemical Society ACS-CEI Award for Incorporating Sustainability into Chemistry Education

Sociology/Africana Studies Prof. Crystal Fleming to serve on Greene Space Panel

English Prof Eric Haralson awarded grant for "Global Citizenship" project

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  
Rowan Ricardo Phillips' poetry collection Heaven has been placed on The National Book Awards longlist for poetry

Art Professor Nobi Nagasawa's work selected as one of the 10 Best public art works in New York

Welcome New Faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences in 2015 

New York Times highlights Michael Kimmel and the Center for the Study of Men and Masculinities 

Nancy Hiemstra interviewed on NPR about labor in detention centers

Faculty Awarded $1M NSF Grant in the Interdisciplinary Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (IBSS) competition to Study Language Adaptation  

Faculty Member Michele Bogart named 2015 Terra Foundation Fellow, JFK Institut, Freie Universität von Berlin

Passing of Peter Manchester

History Professor Robert Chase Speaks about Race and Terrorism

Anthropology Professor John Shea Featured in Upcoming PBS Series on Human Evolution

Physics Faculty Member Rouven Essig receives 2015 Henry Primakoff Award for Early-Career Particle Physics

SUNY Distinguished Professor James Lattimer Receives Prestigious 2015 Bethe Prize

Team Led by Anthropology's Sonia Harmand Discovers World's Oldest Stone Tools  

SUNY Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemistry Iwao Ojima named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors

Faculty Members Matthew Barnson and Rowan Ricardo Phillips selected 2015 Guggenheim Fellows

Physics Faculty Member Tzu-Chieh Wei and team demonstrate “superdense teleportation” method works

History Faculty Member April Masten named a National Humanities Center Fellow

Art Faculty Member Katy Siegal organizes art show “Pretty Raw: After and Around Helen Frankenthaler” 

Astronomy Faculty Member Jin Koda and collaborators have found more than 800 ultra diffuse galaxies (UDGs)

Eva Kittay Elected Vice-President of the Eastern Division of the American Philosophical Association

Two Arts and Sciences Faculty Members Selected 2015 Guggenheim Fellows

Physics Professor John Hobbs named Principal Investigator for the ATLAS Operations Program

Michael Kimmel shows why Feminism is Good for Men

Warren Sanderson shows why 60 is the new 50

‘The Quantum Moment’ by R. Crease and A. Scharff reviewed in the New York Times

Art History Professor Michele Bogart quoted in New York Times about Statue of Mohammad

Dennis Sullivan Wins 2014 Balzan Prize for Mathematics 

Adrián Pérez Melgosa Awarded a Hagedorn Foundation Grant to Create a "Cultural and Social Map of Latino Long Island" 

Calidore String Quartet featured in New York Times

Astronomy Professor Fred Walters interviewed by NBC News about recent Fireball sighting

Theatre Lecturer Margarita Espada helps create Central Islip Community Center

Sara Lipton interviewed in New York Times about her new book "Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography” 

Chemistry Faculty Member Peter Tongue leads discovery of mathematical model to predict how drugs work

Astronomy Faculty Member Jin Koda and collaborators have found more than 800 ultra diffuse galaxies (UDGs)

Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration renames its New Researcher Award as the Marvin R. Goldfried (Distinguished Professor of Psychology) New Researcher Award

Distinguished Prof Marvin Goldfried receives Gender Diversity Outstanding Achievement Award from American Psychological Assoc. for work on LGBT issues

 

Alumni News

Department of Political Science Alum Chris Cloonan '12 Goes to Cuba for the 'Best Job in the World' - Newsday

Athena LaTocha, '07, MFA, receives 2016 Painters & Sculptors award from the Joan Mitchell Foundation 

Department of Art alumnus Jeremy Dennis '13 Named 2017 Artist in Residence at WaterMill Center

Dept of Psychology alumnus Dr. Colette McCarrick Geary named the 12th President of the College of St. Scholastica, Duluth, MN

American Chemical Society Honors Alumnus David Walt with Kathryn C. Hach Award for Entrepreneurial Success

DMA Alumnus and Pianist Daniel Schlosberg Featured in Chicago Symphony Orchestra's Sounds & Stories

Alumnus and DMA Student Rachel Schutz Wins 44th National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) Artist Award Competition

Alumnus Peter Broitman (BA English '71) launches art career after labor law

Alumnus Domi Piturro Changing the Landscape of 3D Graphics

For Dr. Steven Spiegel, Stony Brook is in the Family

Alumnus and DMA Student Rachel Schutz Wins NATS Artist Award Competition

Alumni and Community Mentor Stony Brook Undergrads

College of Arts and Sciences alumni come back to give TEDxSBU Talks

Alumnus Jonathan Lewis (History '11) blogs about how a liberal arts degree prepares students for careers

Entrepreneur Tristan Walker (BA, Economics '05) Talks about Taking a Startup from 0 to 100

Alumni and Community Mentor Stony Brook Undergrads

College of Arts and Sciences alumni come back to give TEDxSBU Talks

Alumnus Jonathan Lewis (History '11) blogs about how a liberal arts degree prepares students for careers

Alumnus Kentaro Totsuka (MFA Art ’04) Directs HPRRP’s Tribeca Gallery

Yossi Loya, Professor, Tel Aviv University (Ph.D. Ecology, Stony Brook, '71) Recieves the Emet Award

Art History Graduates Hired to Exciting Positions

Tristan Walker (BA Economics '05) featured in People magazine for his work creating beauty products for people of color

Arts and Sciences Alumni Robert Cuccaro (BA, English ’96) and Hilda DeJesus (BA, Psychology and Hispanic Language and Literature ’07) appointed to Alumni Association Board

Read the new books being published by our prolific alumni!

Psychology PhD graduate Dylan Selterman goes viral with creative teaching practice

Dean Kopp joined the 50th Reunion Celebration of the Stony Brook Class of 1965                                                           

Alumnus Farshad Malek-Ahmadi (PhD, Sociology) publishes new book on politics in Iran

Physics Alum Receives Award from BNL for PhD Thesis Research

Theatre Alumna Christine Kim becomes First Korean Born and Raised Actress to Break into Hollywood 

Anthony Bongiorno ’81 Endows Scholarship for Women in Science

Pharmacology Alumna Amruta Desai Graduating with D.O. degree from NYCOM

Stony Brook Alumnus Dr. Shoucheng Zhang awarded the Benjamin Franklin Medal in Physics 

Theatre grad. Katelyn Gleason Makes Forbes 30 Under 30 in Healthcare List 

Sociology grad. Neha Kinariwalla Makes Forbes 30 Under 30 List

Music Grads & Alumni in Mantra Percussion Ensemble Celebrate New Music

 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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