Student engagement in real-world activities, innovation in social entrepreneurship, and a high level of entrepreneurship among the faculty provide Miami University's Entrepreneurship program a continued presence in the ranking of undergraduate entrepreneurship programs. Miami's Institute for Entrepreneurship was listed 15th in the nation in the annual survey conducted by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review.
The Employee Health & Well-Being (EHWB) program wants to know more about the health needs and interests of Miami University employees. The survey is anonymous and takes about 10 minutes to complete. To access the survey, click here.
Sven-Erik Rose, assistant professor of French and Italian, will present "The Memory of the Warsaw Ghetto in the Cold War: The Case of Yehoshue Perle's Destruction of Warsaw (Khurbn Varshe)" at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1 Alumni Hall. His talk is part of the department of French and Italian's Works-in-Progress series.
A fall recital series has been scheduled at the Pulley Bell Tower. The recitals will be at 2 p.m. on Sundays, Sept. 27, Oct. 4 and Oct. 25. University carillonneur Randy Runyon will play for the 30-minute concerts.
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Column by John M. Rothgeb Jr. (political science) says one way to cut costs and break the conservative-liberal impasse about healthcare is to adopt a national variation of the self-insurance now practiced by many large employers.
C. Lee Harrington (sociology), who is co-editing the forthcoming book, The Survival of Soap Opera, is quoted in a story about the cancellation of "Guiding Light," the longest running soap opera.
Stories about how the entrepreneurship programs at area colleges ranked in the list compiled by The Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine says University of Dayton ranked 7th, Miami ranked 15th, and Xavier ranked 19th.
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Banner and BannerWeb will be unavailable from 5 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 24, until late on Sunday, Sept. 27. During this time, IT services will upgrade Banner and BannerWeb to the latest version, Banner 8. The upgrade will keep Miami's Banner system in compliance with regulatory changes, implement new features, and keep Miami on a supported version of this important software product. For more information, contact the IT services support desk at 529-7900.
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