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> Michael Hemesath, professor and chair of economics, has been named president of the faculty. He replaces outgoing faculty president Mary Savina, the Charles L. Denison Professor of Geology and director of archaeology. Hemesath, who came to Carleton in 1989, serves in a number of other leadership roles, including director of the Ethical Inquiry at Carleton (EthIC) program.

> CUT, Carleton’s top men’s Ultimate [Frisbee] team, held off the University of Colorado to capture the 2009 Ultimate Players Association College Open Championship in Columbus, Ohio. It’s the second national title for CUT; the team previously won the crown in 2001. Carleton is the lone liberal arts college ever to win the national title.

> Nathan Grawe, associate professor of economics and co-director of the Quantitative Inquiry Research and Knowledge initiative (QuIRK), was named associate dean of the College for a three-year term beginning July 1. Grawe, who joined Carleton in 1999, will provide oversight and guidance in managing academic division budgets and will work with budget committee members to help the College navigate the challenging economy.

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