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Miami's Farmer School part-time MBA program ranked best in region

Miami University's part-time MBA program ranks higher than any other program in southwest Ohio, according to U.S. News & World Report's latest graduate business school rankings.

Miami researchers find Ohio counties aging rapidly

The number of residents age 65 and older in Ohio's Delaware County has increased by 83 percent from the year 2000 to 2010, according to information released this week by Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center. This change is part of a broader dramatic aging story taking place across all of Ohio's 88 counties.

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University Senate action March 12

At the March 12, meeting of University Senate, Steven DeLue, chair, Executive Committee of University Senate, reported on the committee's activities and on the February board of trustees' meeting. Senate endorsed revisions to the Miami University Policy and Information Manual, Section 19.6.A. Senate also discussed the Student Senate Bill, SR 011112, a bill supporting midterm grade reports for all students.

"War, genocide and remembering the Khmer Rouge"

Cathy Schlund-Vials, assistant professor of English and Asian American studies at University of Connecticut, will present "Landscapes of Fear: War, Genocide and Remembering the Khmer Rouge" at 4 p.m. Thursday, March 15, in 1 Upham Hall.

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Miami in the News

The Chronicle of Higher Education; WLWT Ch. 5 and WCPO Ch. 9, Monday, March 12; WHIO Ch. 7, Tuesday, March 13

The Corporation for National and Community Service and the U.S. Department of Education awarded Miami the Presidential Award in the 2012 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for their commitment to bettering the community through community service and service learning.

FOX19, Monday, March 12; Canton Repository and Dayton Daily News, Tuesday, March 13

Miami University's nickname "Cradle of Coaches" was approved by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office last month, capping a two-year effort by school attorneys. Displays the logo designed by students, Mike Gardner and Mason and Zach Lansdale.

Palladium-Item, Sunday, March 11

The duo of RSO concertmaster Harvey Thurmer and principal violist Mary Harris (both music) combined for a skillful performance of Mozart's "Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola."

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Events: Oxford and Regionals

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Upcoming Events

  • HawkWalk returns this spring, March 20-April 26, with several opportunities in Hamilton, Middletown and Oxford to stretch those legs. Each week, the HawkWalk will take you to a new wellness adventure guaranteed to enhance your energy and well-being. Sign up at www.muohio.edu/ehwb.

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  • The Classified Personnel Advisory Committee (CPAC) is now accepting nominations of classified employees to fill spots that become vacant at the end of the academic year. Employees may also submit their own names to be considered for appointments. Nominations are due by March 17.

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