Miami University has been awarded $81,000 by the Ohio Board of Regents to increase the number and degree areas of co-ops and internships available to regional campus students. Computer information Technology (CIT) and engineering technology will be the focus areas, although students in all degree programs are eligible for co-op and internship opportunities.
This time of year, the stories come in more frequently for Janie Hunt in Miami University's office of annual giving as alumni, parents and friends of Miami University call in with their gifts and donations to meet the Dec. 31 deadline.
Seventy-seven law schools nationwide registered to meet with Miami University's pre-law students at the annual Law Day Fair this fall - nearly double from last year's 42 law schools.
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Cincinnati Enquirer online, Wednesday, Dec. 19
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Story about Jill Russell (Mount St. Joseph) being co-recipient of a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) says she is co-principal investigator on the study, and Miami University will oversee it. Also mentions Russell and husband David Russell (zoology) teleconference with middle school students regularly from her bird banding stations.
JournalNews, Thursday, Dec. 20
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Alumnus Brandon Soale has released a book containing first-hand accounts of airmen from World War II and says his interests shifted to that war when he was a senior at Miami and assigned to interview a WWII veteran for a class project.
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After 7 a.m. Friday, Dec. 21:
1. Go to www.MiamiOH.edu/GoGoogle.
2. Click the Get Started button.
3. Log in with your Miami UniqueID and password.
4. Click the mail button to display the Miami and Google Terms of Service.
5. Accept the Terms of Service to access your new Google account.
Power down for winter break
Miami University's sustainability committee and physical facilities department reminds employees to power down during winter break. Unplug, turn off lights, set thermostats to 55 degrees.
The Miami e-Report will not publish during the week of Dec. 24-28. Regular publishing schedule will resume Wednesday, Jan. 2.
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