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April 3rd, 2007

Sciences To Fuel Faculty Growth

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The Faculty of Arts and Sciences (FAS) will continue to grow, and appointments in science and engineering will fuel the bulk of that growth over the next few years, outgoing Dean of the Faculty Jeremy R. Knowles wrote in a letter to professors yesterday.

In his letter, Knowles did not say specifically how many professors should be added in the coming year, and a spokesman said Knowles was unavailable for comment yesterday afternoon. But his letter emphasized faculty hiring that he said will keep FAS "of the first rank" in cutting-edge fields such as genomics and nanotechnology.

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