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Miamian to lead New York Pops Fourth of July NBC telecast

Steven Reineke, a 1993 graduate of Miami University, will conduct The New York Pops in the nationwide telecast of the 2009 Macy's Fourth of July Fireworks Spectacular on NBC at 9 p.m. Saturday, July 4. The entertainment also will be simulcast in radio on 1010 WINS.

Merten nominated as ambassador to Haiti

Miami University alumnus Kenneth Merten ('83) has been nominated by United States President Barack Obama as the ambassador to the Republic of Haiti.

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Join Miami Middletown downtown

Miami Middletown Downtown presents a slate of July events that includes a concert, a book club, a writing group, two community forums and a bridge club. All events are free and open to the public. Miami Middletown Downtown is located at 4 North Main Street.

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Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday, June 28

Article about Miami and UC's proposed Centers of Excellence, under a new program from the Ohio Board of Regents, says Miami asked its board to propose six centers, including structural biology, gerontology, and an assessment center for math and science education. Quotes Provost Jeff Herbst.

JournalNews and other Cox Ohio papers, Monday, June 29; Palladium-Item, Saturday, June 27

Miami University trustees on Friday approved tuition for the 2009-2010 school year, including a tuition freeze for in-state students and the lowest increase in 34 years for out-of-state students. JN says Miami President David Hodge and vice presidents, in following the lead of the governor, will forfeit 10 days of salary in the coming fiscal year, which amounts to about $58,000. Quotes David Creamer (finance and business services) and Claire Wagner (news and public information).

FOX 19, Akron Beacon Journal, WDTN Ch. 2 and WHIO Ch. 7, Monday, June 29; WHIO radio, Tuesday, June 30

Some Ohio public colleges have announced continued tuition freezes without waiting to see what develops in last-minute budget talks. Mentions decisions by UC and Miami.

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  • New policy now in effect
    Carillon Catering reminds employees that effective July 1, they will not provide catering services without a signed and completed housing document on file with them three business days prior to an event. The new policy meets requirements of accounts payable and the State of Ohio. For more information, contact 529-5946.
  • July 4 holiday
    Due to the observance of the Fourth of July holiday, the e-Report will not be published July 3. Regular publishing schedule will resume July 6.

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