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Special Year of the Arts lecture on art and optics

Charles Falco, the University of Arizona chair of condensed matter physics, will present a special Year of the Arts lecture at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, in room 100 of the art building. He will speak about the "Science of Optics; the History of Art" and the Hockney-Falco Thesis, developed during an unusual collaboration between an artist - David Hockney - and a scientist, Falco.


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Speaker examines zombie marches and the Occupy movement

Rebecca Schneider, chair and associate professor of theatre arts and performance studies at Brown University, will present "Acting in Ruins: Late, Late Capitalist Time," which examines the Occupy Wall Street movement, among other things, at 4 p.m. Monday, March 19, in 40 Irvin Hall.


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The Huffington Post, Tuesday, March 13

Miami is featured as one of five colleges that are leading the country in community service, each received a presidential honor for their efforts Monday.


U.S. News & World Report, Tuesday, March 13

A list of the 10 business schools with the most financial value for 2011 graduates includes Miami at No. 10.


Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, March 14

Shahla Mehdizadeh (Scripps) is quoted and research from the Scripps Gerontology Center is cited in a story about how the increasing number of senior citizens will affect finances and jobs.


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