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Retirement incentives again available

July 13, Miami University offers a second round of retirement incentives to eligible classified and unclassified administrative staff. Those employees will receive letters this week detailing the program.

Hamilton awarded grant for upcoming Big Read

The Big Read is coming to Hamilton and Miami Hamilton, and it's all about grapes...The Grapes of Wrath, that is.

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Miami in the News

JournalNews, Oxford Press, Friday, July 10

Miami University trustees passed a $659 million operating budget on June 26, despite a delay in the release of the state education budget. Quotes Claire Wagner (news and public information).

Community Press, Thursday, July 9

Indian Hill High School art instructor Mary Golubieski has taken art and craft workshops through Miami's CraftSummer program since 1990 and says many of the principles she learns in areas such as engraving, woodworking and welding are incorporated into her lessons.

Indianapolis Star, Wednesday, July 8

Local educator Natalie Hines is one of 150 U.S. and international educators accepted to the first year of the Global Field Program from Project Dragonfly at Miami University.

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