Bill Cosby returns to Miami for the Bicentennial Family Weekend, performing at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 3, in Millett Hall. Other highlights include the world premiere of "Down in Mississippi: A Gospel Play with Music" and a Global Rhythms Ensemble.
Miami University received final approval from the Ohio Board of Regents to add two new graduate programs - a doctoral-level program in ecology, evolutionary and environmental biology (EEEB), and a master's/doctoral-level program in cellular, molecular and structural biology (CMSB). Both programs will begin accepting students in the fall of 2010.
Thomas Trezise, associate professor of French at Princeton University, will present "Trauma, Theory, Testimony" at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, in 1 Alumni Hall. His talk, sponsored by the L.P. Irvin Fund of the department of French and Italian, will address critical reflections on the theory of trauma and its implications for the acceptance of Holocaust survivor testimony.
Miami University Symphony Orchestra will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 7, in Hall Auditorium. Ricardo Averbach will conduct. Admission is free.
The Miami University United Way Campaign kicks off Thursday, Oct. 1, and runs through Oct. 31. Miami donors can make payroll deductions.
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The death of Miami freshman Matthew Healy - possibly from the H1N1 virus - has many parents concerned about their children away at school, stating that young people seem to be at a higher risk for H1N1.
Tulsa World, Saturday, Sept. 26
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Oklahoma State University is launching the series of workshops Bootcamp for Entrepreneurs. States that the Bootcamp series was launched at Miami University.
Aiken Standard (SC), Saturday, Sept. 26
The Aiken Community Band's annual fall concert will be called "A Tribute to the Military." The featured song will be "Purple Heart," written by David Shaffer (music) in tribute to a former student and members of his platoon who lost their lives in Afghanistan.
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