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K-9 officer and dog earn high marks from national association

Miami University police officer Keith Hibbard and Ero, a 7-year-old German Shepherd, are a dynamic duo on the Oxford campus. After a recent certification and competition through the United States Police Canine Association, Ero is considered one of the best bomb dogs in the state.


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Renewal for text alerts begins soon

Miami University staff, faculty and students who were among the first to sign up two years ago for Miami University Emergency Text Messaging System text alert and/or email alert accounts will soon receive automatic renewal reminders from the system.


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Miami in the News

U.S. News & World Report, Dayton Daily News, Charleston Daily Mail and several other papers, Thursday, July 16

Glenn Platt (interactive media studies) is quoted in an article about classrooms going high-tech to engage students.


e! Science News and Physorg.com, Thursday, July 16

The use of tools by hominins has been extensively researched by archaeologists and primatologists, but recent research has highlighted the need to include other species. An international group of researchers from different universities, including Miami, propose to create a new interdisciplinary field called primate archaeology.


Pulse Journal, Friday, July 17

Janice Kinghorn (economics, Middletown campus) is quoted in a story about balloon pilots soaring as consumers push "staycation" trends.


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