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Study abroad scholarships fund exceeds #MoveInMiami goal
2019 was Global Initiatives’ third year participating in the festivities with a goal of 50 donations for the study abroad scholarships fund. Thanks to our generous donors, we exceeded the goal with 58 donations.
Tech Fee call for proposals now open
it is now time to begin creating your proposals for the next round of the Student Technology Fee Competitive Proposal Process (Tech Fee). Proposals are being accepted now through September 23, 2019.
Federal grant gives students insight into income and health inequity worldwide
Miami University — in partnership with Christ University in Bengaluru, India — has received a one-year $99,846 grant. The grant is through the U.S. Department of State’s Partnership 2020 educational initiative in collaboration with University of Nebraska Omaha.
EWB travels to Rwanda to continue their sanitation efforts
From the end of July to the beginning of August students in Engineers Without Borders (EWB) traveled to Munini, Rwanda to continue their work with sanitation efforts.
Scripps Center report on aging mentioned
Dayton Daily, August 19
Academic Excellence Groups Launching in September
After a successful pilot in the spring, the Rinella Learning Center and the office of residence life are launching five academic excellence groups this September.
Bob De Schutter's "Brukel" game honors his grandmother, Aug. 8, and Nashville TV station via Scripps.
Miami University Convocation caps Welcome Weekend Sunday, Aug. 25
The summer reading program book, One Size Fits None,  explores how nontraditional farm operations can give back to the earth, rather than degrade it. Miami's Institute for Food farm (pictured here during installation of solar panels) puts regenerative agriculture into practice.Author Stephanie Anderson will speak at Convocation Sunday, Aug. 25.