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Marchant co-authors Nature article on primate archaeology

Linda Marchant, professor and chair of the department of anthropology at Miami University, worked with an international team of researchers to co-author an article in the July 16 issue of Nature magazine that provides for the first time a comparative framework for understanding the biological, environmental and social contexts of primate behavioral evolution through their making and use of tools.

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Summer brings changes at IT services

This summer in Oxford means strategic changes to services within IT services, with a focus on adjusting to the recent budget cuts, some services being reduced, some cut and some relocated.

Employees warned against deceptive ING flyer

Miami's office of legal counsel advises staff and faculty that flyers distributed on campus Thursday, July 16, contain misleading statements and should be ignored.

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Miami in the News

Ch. 9 and Kentucky Post, Tuesday, July 14; Akron Beacon Journal, July 13; JournalNews, Pulse Journal, July 15; Dayton Daily News, July 16

The fact that Ohio Lawmakers lifted a statewide tuition freeze on public colleges and universities on Monday, July 13, will not affect a decision made in June by Miami University trustees. Stories also list what other schools are doing. Quotes Claire Wagner (news and public information). Ch. 9 also interviewed Miami student Ashley Davenport.

Columbus Dispatch, Tuesday, July 14

Story about some college students exchanging paychecks for experience-building by taking unpaid internships this summer quotes Miami senior Connor Miller.

The Journal Gazette (IN), Thursday, July 16

Article about Indiana's college cost crunch mentions what Ohio colleges are doing including the fact that Miami and other universities are holding tuition at 2008-09 levels this fall.

Library Journal, Wednesday, July 15

A column contributed by Betsy Butler (special collections librarian) is about some fictional books that feature archivists and rare book librarians.

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  • The Miami RedHawk football program has unveiled a new marketing campaign called Make It Red!. Developed by the ad agency LimeGreen Entertainment Group and Miami's sports marketing department, the new commercial spot labeled "The Creed" is a part of a social marketing mix intended to make deep connections with fans. More details are here.

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