Harry T. Wilks, a retired attorney and visionary in the Hamilton community, has added to an already extensive legacy of giving to Miami University with a recent $3 million gift that brings his financial support of the university to more than $9 million.
While many of us have to really think about how we are going to work in exercise during our busy days, for Mindy Stephens, her lifelong passion for fitness is now just a part of her normal workday. Stephens is associated director of fitness and marketing for Miami University's recreational sports center. She coordinates the programs that help Miamians stay active.
Kimberly McClure, deputy director, U.S. Department of State, will speak about the 100,000 Strong Initiative at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 24, in Taylor Auditorium, Farmer School of Business. The 100,000 Strong Initiative is a national effort designed to increase dramatically the number, and diversify the composition, of American students studying in China.
Tamela Drake-Canupp, 49, of Middletown, died Monday, Jan. 16, at Atrium Medical Center. She has been an employee at Miami University since October 2006 in housing, dining, recreation and business services.
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Miami's Performing Arts Series annual wine tasting fundraiser will be held Jan. 21 at Millett Hall.
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The Miami University Performing Arts Series will host its 22nd annual Wine Tasting Gala and Auction to benefit arts education efforts, 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21, at Millett Hall. Tickets, $59 per person, will be available at the door. Proceeds from the wine tasting are used to fund outreach activities such as workshops, master classes, coffee houses and discussions with the visiting professional artists During the 2010-2011 season, more than 3,000 students and community members from Miami University, Oxford, Hamilton, Middletown and Cincinnati participated in these free events.
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