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Miami grads' earning potential among top ten in Midwest

Miami University ranks 8th out of nearly 150 Midwestern universities for best salary potential after graduation. According to a survey of employees by PayScale.com, a global compensation data Web site, the starting median salary for Miami graduates is $47,100 and the mid-career median salary is $96,100.


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IT announces proposals funded by student technology fee

Information technology (IT) services announced its list of proposals funded by the student technology fee for the coming academic year.


MU-WIRELESS is preferred wireless network

Effective July 27, the MU-WIRELESS-LITE network will be replaced with MU-WIRELESS and MU-GUEST.


Miami mourns the loss of Victor F. Phillips

Victor F. Phillips Jr., Miami University professor emeritus, died May 2 at his home in Scottsdale, AZ. A United States Air Force retired colonel, Phillips was a tenured professor in the department of management from 1974 to 1988.


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Continuity Insights, Monday, June 1

Paul Allen (business services) is quoted in an article about the BCP (business continuity planning) Federation. Miami is one of ten universities that are part of the federation.


Chagrin Valley Times and Solon Times, Thursday, June 4

Commentary about graduating seniors feeling the impact of the economic downturn and opting for Ohio's public universities says Ohio has some of the best regarded public institutions in the country, including OSU and Miami University, both of which offer a wide selection of quality programs.


Pulse Journal, Tuesday, July 21

Story about two Lakota Local Schools educators being selected for the Earth Expeditions' Field Expedition program, created by Project Dragonfly at Miami University and the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden.


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