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Pansy Chang, with Pink Martini, perform on "Tonight Show"

Cellist Pansy Chang, associate professor of music at Miami University, recently appeared on the "Tonight Show with Jay Leno" and other major media outlets during winter break performing with the group Pink Martini during a holiday tour. (Click here to view the performance.)

Disease management courses offered to employees

Miami University is working with McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital to offer disease management education for benefit-eligible employees and spouses/same-sex domestic partners covered by Miami's insurance.

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Miami in the News

Chicago Tribune, WSAU News/Talk 550AM 99.9FM, Tuesday, Jan. 3; The Jerusalem Post and Emirates 24/7, Wednesday, Jan. 4 and many other sources

Christopher Kelley (political science) is quoted in a story about a Republican senator questioning President Obama's commitment to the Iran sanctions he signed into law last week.

JournalNews and WXIX Ch. 19, Wednesday, Jan. 4; WKRC Ch. 12, Jan. 2 and 3; WHIO Ch. 7, Jan. 3 and 4

Story about Miami's ranking on the list of "100 Best Values in Public Colleges" in Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.

WHIO Ch. 7, Sunday, Jan. 1

Miami alumnus Patrick Hansford of Patrick Hansford Associates says he is helping Good Shepherd Ministries because his Miami professor Thomas Dutton taught that architects should have social meaning. Also mentions Miami's Center of Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine.

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Events: Oxford and Regionals

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  • On Friday, Jan. 6, between 5 and 7 a.m., IT services will be upgrading some Internet hardware. This work could result in up to a 30-minute disruption of Internet services. No web services or VPN access will be available from off campus, and the Internet will not be accessible from on campus during that time.

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