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September 12, 1993

The following Baltimore City residents have been inducted into the Essex Community College chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the nation's largest honor society for community college students. They are Joseph M. Crawford, Brian J. Elefant, Margaret L. Powers, Patricia G. Thompson, Philip M. Ravita, Cheryl L. Tatro and Ruth A. Bell.

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Shirlene L. Snowden, chair and professor in the department of business and information systems at Baltimore City Community College, has been named to serve as an Associate Degree Commissioner for the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs.

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Thomas Vincent DiStefano of Baltimore, a recent graduate of Tulane University School of Medicine, was a co-recipient of the Tulane Medical Alumni Association Student Recognition Award and elected to Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Socierty.

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Robert F. Durant, a professor of government and public administration at the University of Baltimore, has won the American Political Science Association's 1993 Gladys M. Kammerer Award for his book, "The Administrative Presidency: Public Lands, the BLM and the Reagan Revolution."

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Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schultz of Hampstead recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary at an open-house reception in the Fireside Room at Homewood in Hanover, Pa.

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The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore presented the Lester Levy Humanitarian Award to Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski.

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Michael D. Ryan, assistant professor of architecture at Anne Arundel Community College, is one of five profewssionals selected nationwide for the Construction Specifications Institute's (CB) 1993 Education Commendation awards.

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