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Prepare for winter weather

Last winter there were five significant snow/ice events in Butler County from Dec. 12-Feb. 2. The official NOAA winter 2011-2012 outlook for the Ohio valley calls for wetter than average conditions with equal chances for above-, near-, or below-average temperatures, and potential for increased storminess and flooding. With this in mind, Miami encourages faculty, staff and students to prepare for winter weather.

Pearson COM135 Showcase winners

Miami University first-year student Tohru Kamiya of Japan took top honors at the Pearson COM 135 Speech Showcase held Wednesday, Dec. 7. His persuasive speech, "Why Everyone Should Use Chopsticks," bested seven other speakers in the department of communication's annual event.

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Miami in the News

The Sacramento Bee, Tuesday, Dec. 13: MarketWatch, WVNS TV and several other TV stations, Monday, Dec. 12

Miami University announces the formation of its Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute within the School of Engineering and Applied Science. Quotes Marek Dollar (dean, Engineering and Applied Science) and President Hodge.

Delano, December 2011

Cover story about Thierry Leterre (dean, Dolibois European Center). Note: Story is on Page 50.

Hispanic Business and Academic Impressions Daily Pulse (higher ed e-newsletter), Friday, Dec. 9

Miami has received a $5 million gift to create the Mitchell P. Rales Chair in Business Leadership. Quotes President Hodge.

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  • Niihka open house today

    Advanced Learning Technology offers one-on-one consultations about using Niihka Gradebook or any other Niihka features 8 a.m. to noon today, Wednesday, Dec. 14, in 320 Laws Hall. For more information, call 529-6068 or alt@muohio.edu.

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