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C Lee Harrington on the decline of soap operas, March 27 (subscription may be required)
Cathy Bishop-Clark and Perry Richardson on expansion of ELC and international student housing
Dayton Daily and WCPO Ch. 9, March 27 (subscription may be required)
After an overdose: Miami researchers study opioid overdose effects on the brain in ongoing drug crisis
More than 130 people per day die from an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control. At the current rate, youÂ’re at greater risk of dying from an opioid overdose than you are from dying in a car accident.
Miami professors partner with The VOA Museum to improve museum exhibits
Dayton Daily, March 24 (subscription may be required)
McCutcheon Wins First Place for Guitar Concerto
Guitar faculty James McCutcheon was awarded first place in the 2019 Adult Composers Competition, sponsored by the Ohio Federation of Music Clubs Foundation for the Advancement of Music.
William Even on economy, March 22 (subscription may be required)
Richard Campbell awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion; University Distinguished Professors named
Richard Campbell, shown here with his students, received Miami's highest honor, the Benjamin Harrison Medallion, at a ceremony March 19.Richard Campbell and other Miami faculty were honored with major awards at a ceremony March 19.
IT Services announces system upgrades and outages for Spring Break
IT Services will perform maintenance and implement changes in the computing environment between March 23 to March 31.