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02/07/2020
Megan Gerhardt on the retiring workforce
SHRM.org, Feb. 4
02/07/2020
2-7-20 Weekly Three
The provost thanked the community for response to coronavirus scare, and the faculty/staff that worked to care for those in need and prepare community for any scenario. He also encouraged faculty/staff to be involved in the search process during candidate campus visits and encouraged folks to attend Faculty Assembly. The Three included: Admission Application update, good news about Miami having 13 Fulbright Scholar finalists and making the 2020 Princeton Review list of Best College Values and reminders about the Spring Career and Internship Fair and the One Miami weekend events and how to reserve free tickets,
02/07/2020
A Professor's Passion for Service Reaches Beyond the Grounds of Miami Regionals
A deep love for education is what drives Dr. Jennifer Yamashiro to rise above and beyond the expectations of your everyday professor. No one can argue her expertise in her field of art history, but what sets Yamashiro apart is her passion for people and service.
02/07/2020
Music and Physics join forces in 'The Planets'
The Department of Physics joins forces with the Department of Music in a program that explores how the mysteries of the universe are connected with music.
02/07/2020
Student string quartet makes debut in Italy
Four musicians from Miami participated in the Fiato al Brasile Festival in Faenza, Italy.
02/06/2020
Spring Career and Internship Fair offers students a chance to network, land jobs
The Spring Career and Internship Fair — open to all majors — is a great way to network with nearly 200 employers and alumni. Miami students interested in seeking an internship or full-time job will have the opportunity to interact with employers at the Spring Career & Internship Fair from 1-5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, at Millett Hall. The career fair — open to all majors — is a great way to network with nearly 200 employers and alumni.
02/06/2020
Events highlight Miami's role in civil rights, social justice
Author Wil Haygood sits at the desk of Thurgood Marshall.The public is invited to join the Miami University community Feb. 25 and 26 for two events exploring the connections that Miami, Oxford and the Western College for Women have to the civil rights movement and lessons learned to inspire progress today.
02/06/2020
Open sessions for dean candidates for Farmer School of Business
The Miami University community is invited to open sessions to meet the candidates for the position of dean in the Farmer School of Business.