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EHS Faculty Visits Yahoo! Studios to Study the Business of Fantasy Sport
brody180x120.pngFaculty member Brody Ruihley used his award from the John E. and Winifred E. Dolibois Faculty Development Fund grant to visit Yahoo! Studios in Sunnyvale, California.
Farmer School of Business among top 20 publics in the U.S.
farmerschool-front.gifMiami University’s Farmer School of Business has been ranked as the No. 17 public business school in the country by Poets & Quants magazine in its 2018 Top Undergraduate Business Schools ranking, and is the top business school in Ohio.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 46
cdc-image-1200x647.jpgAmid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
Glenn Platt on Miami’s gaming major,, Fox 28 Columbus, Dayton Daily and, Dec. 14 (subscription may be required) (and other media sources)
Miami’s partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools
Lead, Dec. 11 (subscription may be required)
12-13-18 Weekly Three
Information includes: information about winter commencement, updates from December faculty assembly meeting, reminders re: submitting final grades and January LEAN Fair, update regarding Winter Term enrollment numbers, and links to university awards with nominations during early second semester.
Save the date: Lean Fair 2019 is Jan. 16
lean-fair.jpgMiami employees are invited to attend the LEAN Fair on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Armstrong Student Center. 
Mark Curnutte recognized for coverage of race and social justice issues
mark-curnutte.pngMark Curnutte, a journalism instructor at Miami and a Cincinnati Enquirer reporter who focuses on race and social justice issues, was awarded the Governor's 2018 Nuestro Amigo.
Milton Cox explores 40 years of Miami faculty learning community success
milton-cox.pngMiami’s faculty learning communities have been enhancing teaching and learning for 40 years. Milton “Milt” Cox was recently awarded the Presidential Medallion by President Gregory Crawford.