Miami University's Bernard B. Rinella, Jr. Learning Center has earned the 2009 National College Learning Center Association's (NCLCA) Frank L. Christ Outstanding Learning Center Award. Linda J. Dixon, associate dean for student retention and learning services at Miami, will receive the award at the NCLCA annual conference Oct. 1-2 in Golden, Colo.
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 beauty of Miami...
As student health services continues to see students with H1N1 flu, it is important to remember that if you develop flu symptoms (cough, congestion, fever) and the following conditions occur, you need to seek medical care either with your personal physician or, for Oxford students, at the Student Health Center (529-3000).
Students at Miami University and at Talawanda Middle School read and discussed Cryptid Hunters in anticipation of author Roland Smith's visit this week as part of the 4th annual Sandy Hormell Book Celebration.
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Dayton Daily News, JournalNews, Cincinnati Enquirer, Thurs., Sept. 24; Ch. 9, 12 and 5, WTOL Ch. 11 (Toledo), and other media sources,Wed., Sept. 23
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Reports on the possible H1N1-related death of December 2008 Miami graduate Kimberly Young of Oxford.
Akron Beacon Journal, Dayton Daily News, WHIO-TV Ch. 7, Marion Star, Thursday, Sept. 24
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Wright State University has a record enrollment this fall, a 6.4 percent increase over last year that mirrors sharp jumps in enrollment at other public, four-year schools in Ohio. Mentions that Miami's enrollment is up.
Dayton Daily News Guide to Higher Education insert, Thursday, Sept. 24
Feature on colleges using social networking sites quotes Jennifer Herman (admissions) and Kristin Burton (honors program).
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