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Hey to be interim dean of Miami Middletown

Jeanne Hey, professor of political science and director of international studies at Miami University, has agreed to become interim dean of Miami University Middletown for 2009-10, effective August 10.


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Antidote for spring break stress: A shaved head

It might be a birthday cake of the month, or notes of encouragement for finals week, or a cup of chicken noodle soup, but the little and some big things Miami University employees do for students and our community make a difference. Over the next several months, the Miami e-Report will share some of the stories that illustrate the Miami experience. Sometimes those stories emphasize the importance of being supportive...


Trustee elected president of the Union League Club of Chicago

Miami University trustee David M. Shade ('66) has been elected the 120th president of the Union League Club of Chicago.


North Texas wind symphony in concert at Miami

The North Texas Wind Symphony, conducted by Eugene Migliaro Corporon, will perform a free concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 7, at Hall Auditorium.


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The Boston Globe and Akron Beacon Journal and other papers, 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, Miami, Ohio State, Kent State and OU.


Ohio News Network, Wednesday, July 1; University Business, Thursday, July 2

David Creamer (finance and business services) is quoted in a story about Miami's tuition freeze for in-state tuition.


Charlotte Business Journal and several other business papers, Tuesday, June 30

Story about Miami facing an $8 million budget deficit for this year and what trustees decided about tuition says the board approved an in-state tuition freeze for the coming academic year and a 3.5 percent increase in out-of-state tuition. Also says as part of the cost cutting, university employees won't receive a pay raise next year, and President Hodge and vice presidents will forfeit 10 days of salary.


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    Carillon Catering reminds employees that a signed and completed hosting document is required for catering services. We regret that the document was incorrectly identified in the July 1 e-Report issue. For more information, contact 529-5946.

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