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Miami University's video game design program earns national recognition

For the second year in a row, Miami University's digital game studies program is recognized as one of the top in the country by The Princeton Review and GamePro magazine. Miami's program, part of the Armstrong Institute for Interactive Media Studies (AIMS), is named an honorable mention on this year's list of the "Top Undergraduate Game Design Programs" in the country.


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"A moment with ... David Smith"

David Smith, Miami '05, environmental education and recycling coordinator and master's student in the Institute for the Environment and Sustainability, organizes the RecycleMania competition at Miami. The competition, which includes the entire campus, continues through March 31.


Nominations for Women's Leadership and Male Ally Awards

Nominations are due Friday, March 9, for the Women's Leadership and Male Ally Awards. Use the online nomination form.


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WBNS Ch. 10, Wednesday, Feb. 29

Claire Wagner (news and public information) is quoted in an article about professors, deans and presidents at Ohio's public institutions routinely earning checks for tens of thousands of dollars for not taking sick days.


JournalNews and Middletown Journal, Thursday, March 1

Dennis Sullivan (economics) is quoted in a story about the mild winter both helping and hurting local businesses.


FOX 19, WLWT Ch. 5, WKRC Ch. 12, WCPO Ch. 9, Thursday, March 1

Stories about Green Beer Day.


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  • Correction: A story in the March 1 issue of the e-Report incorrectly identified Eric Goodman (English), who published his fifth book, Twelfth and Race. A corrected version of the story can be found online. We apologize for the error.

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