John Eric Fornaess, professor of mathematics, has been selected by the American Mathematical Society as the 1994 awardee of the Stefan Bergman Trust. The prize recognizes mathematical accomplishments in the areas of research in which Bergman worked.
Kenneth M. Adams, professor of psychiatry and of psychology, is president-elect of the Division of Clinical Neuropsychology (Division 40) of the American Psychological Association (APA) for 1994-95. The group represents the education, research, and practice interests of some 3,900 division members.
Paula Allen-Meares, dean of the School of Social Work, has been honored with the 1994 Presidential Award for Excellence in Social Work Education. The award, presented at the National Association of Social Workers meeting, recognizes Allen-Meares outstanding contributions to the profession.
Mary C. Bromage, professor emerita of written communication at the School of Business Administration, recently was awarded a plaque in recognition of her valuable contribution to the U.S. Postal Inspection Service Audit Training Program. Bromage received another plaque for her eight years of teaching in the Services Career Development Division.
Enoch Brater, professor of English and of theater, has authored a new book titled The Drama in the Text: Becketts Late Fiction (Oxford University Press). The only book that deals thoroughly with Becketts complete late fiction, reviewers say, Braters study opens to a wide literary audience the difficult and elliptical nature of Becketts mature prose style.