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Grad student designs exhibit at Hefner Zoology Museum

A new exhibit hosted by Miami University's Hefner Zoology Museum, "Take a Closer Look at Our Natural World," designed by Brittany Christian, a master's student in chemistry education research, will run Jan. 26-Feb. 24.

Winners announced in Miami's Young Painters Competition

Dana Oldfather of Cleveland is the winner of the 2012 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award sponsored by Miami's Hiestand Galleries, School of Fine Arts. Oldfather was selected for her work "Sage and Elephants."

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University Senate action Jan. 23

At the Monday, Jan. 23, Miami University Senate meeting, Provost Bobby Gempesaw announced the continuation of the process of evaluating the role of Miami's regional campuses. On the consent calendar, Senate received the curriculum report and minutes of Senate committees.

In memoriam: Claude W. Spencer

Claude W. Spencer, retired director of public safety at Miami University, died Wednesday, Jan. 18, at Mercy Fairfield. Spencer, 83, began working at Miami in 1977 and retired with emeritus status in 1993.

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WDTN Ch. 2, Monday, Jan. 23

Story about Miami having the highest number of applicants in the school's history.

SoapboxCincinnati, Tuesday, Jan. 24

An article about Greentree Health Science Academy quotes Miami Middletown student Sarah Yost.

Record Publishing, Monday, Jan. 23

Article about traffic fatalities in Portage County says Miami University compiled data from seatbelt surveys conducted in June and September.

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  • Miami has been given an institutional membership with the TLT group, in honor of the Lilly Conference on College Teaching. The TLT Group helps people in educational institutions to improve teaching and learning by making more appropriate and cost-effective use of information technology. This means that individual faculty and staff can activate individual memberships for free. Go to TLT Group online, select "Individual Membership" from a subscribing institution."

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