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Rosemary Pennington and Joe Sampson discussion on “Being Muslim in the Midwest”, April 23 (subscription may be required
Miami partners with Middletown schools in pathway to teaching licenses
Dayton Daily, April 22 (subscription may be required)
Kristin Magyari on studying abroad, April 22
Candidates for provost position named; forums scheduled
Four finalists have been named as candidates for the position of provost and executive vice president of academic affairs at Miami University. Open forums are scheduled for each.
Senate News, April 22, 2019
Senators engaged in a discussion lead by Robin Parker regarding several new University policies. Liz Mullenix, Dean, College of Creative Arts, explained the proposal to create a new IMS department. Steve Tuck, Chair, Classics, spoke about a consolidation request for Classics.
Institute for Entrepreneurship the New "Home" of World Creativity and Innovation Week
World Creativity and Innovation Week now belongs to the Farmer School of Business Institute for Entrepreneurship
Farmer School Ranked in Top 20 Public Colleges for "Schools that Get You the Job You Really Want" by Poets and Quants Magazine
Poets and Quants logoSeeking that perfect business job? The Farmer School of Business is among the top 20 public schools for helping you get it.
Organized open-carry event to be held on Miami's campus and in Oxford
A person who has led open-carry walks at other Ohio campuses and at Miami in 2016, plans to lead one at Miami University’s Oxford campus and in the city of Oxford sometime during the day, Friday, May 3. "Open carry" means carrying a weapon in full view.