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3-14-19 Weekly Three
Announcement that Miami was awarded a 2019 Senator Paul Simon Award for Campus Internationalization by NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Announcement of annual spring budget presentation at regional campuses, reminder and links to Miami policy re: required accommodation for student's observance of religious holidays, and reminders about holding classes on GBD and links to assistance for students, University Awards ceremony date and midterm grade submission due date.
Game design at Miami ranked 3rd best in U.S. among publics
A bachelor of science program in game design is undergoing a review process by the state.Miami University and its Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) program are ranked 11th best overall and 3rd among public universities in the newly released Princeton Review’s 2019 ranking of "Top 50 Undergraduate Schools for Game Design."
Miami ranks among top 20 schools for game design 2019 by Princeton Review
News, State of Digital and, March 12 and Biz, March 14 (subscription may be required)
Miami Farmer School ranks among top 100 in nation for MBA program by U.S. News and World Report
Biz and, March 12 (subscription may be required)
Richard Campbell receives 2019 Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Richard Campbell is at home in the classroom sharing his passion for journalism.Richard Campbell, professor of journalism, is the 2019 recipient of Miami University’s prestigious Benjamin Harrison Medallion.
Senate News, March 11, 2019
Senators approved several consent calendar items, including curriculum, and received a report from Carolyn Haynes on Affordability and Efficiency Reporting. A proposed revision to International Education Committee charge and composition was presented by Cheryl Young.
Steven Conn on his book Americans Against the City, March 7 (subscription my be required)
William Even study on minimum wage and California economy, March 1 (subscription may be required)
3-7-19 Weekly Three
Topics include: announcing Dr. Bill Knight as Miami’s Assistant Provost for Institutional Research and Effectiveness, included PowerPoint presentation from General Counsel's presentation to Univ. Senate regarding Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom, announce upcoming spring commencement speaker and reminded division to hold classes as scheduled around spring break, midterm grades are due and linked to article listing employees who were recognized for 15, 25 and 30 years at Miami.