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Proposal for regional campuses goes to University Senate

A proposal from Provost Bobby Gempesaw to University Senate's executive committee Jan. 30 requests that Senate consider creating a new academic division for the regional campuses.

Ancient Cypriot Votive Sculpture topic of AIA lecture

Ann Marie Knoblauch, associate professor of art history at Virginia Tech, will present "Ancient Cypriot Votive Sculpture and the Folk Art Tradition" at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at the Miami University Art Museum. Her talk is part of the Archaeological Institute of America's lecture program, now in its 116th year.

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The Washington Times, Thursday, Jan. 12

Lindsay Grace (interactive media studies) is quoted in an article about Amir Mirzaei Hekmati, the American sentenced to death by the Iranian government, being linked to a company specializing in video games that re-create real-life wars.

Sunday Tribune Review, Sunday, Jan. 15

Christopher Kelley (political science) is quoted in a story about the longer GOP presidential campaign.

Cincy magazine, February 2012

Education Digest section mentions that Carole Dabney-Smith (chemistry and biochemistry) is among 94 researchers named by President Barack Obama to receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers.

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  • The Miami University Art Museum spring exhibition series "Out of the Shadows: The Rise of Women in Art Part II" includes four films highlighting significant female artists. The first is "Artemisia" at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2.

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