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Campus Conservation: Richard Hall wins at Miami

The results are in for Campus Conservation Nationals (CCN), a nationwide competition to see which residence hall can conserve the most water and electricity. This year eight residence halls at Miami are recognized for reducing both electricity and water consumption during the three-week contest.


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Visionaries and Voices art featured at Miami Middletown show

"Re-Vision 2012," an art show featuring the best current work of Visionaries and Voices artists from Butler County, will have an opening reception 5 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, at Miami University Middletown.


In memoriam: Ida Rosenberger

Ida Rosenberger, 89, of Shandon, died Wednesday, March 14, at the Golden Years Nursing Center in Hamilton. She retired from Miami University's King Library in 1988.


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Miami in the News

JournalNews, Dayton Daily News and other Cox Ohio papers, Monday, March 19

Article about the accelerating pace of information technology job growth says Miami University is among the area institutions with degree or certificate programs in computer science-related disciplines.


JournalNews, Monday, March 19

As part of the Miami Hamilton STAYcation program five students spent their spring break learning more about poverty in the community. Quotes students Denice Harris and Sherrita Casterlow and Jessica Toglia, AmeriCorps Vista volunteer working out of the MUH Center for Civic Engagement.


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  • Read the latest on the faculty and staff recognition website. James Bromley, English, announces new book, Intimacy and Sexuality in the Age of Shakespeare (2012). Andrea Ridilla, music, was invited to be the guest artist at the third Encuentro de la Asociacion de Doble Cana (Double Reeds) in Seville, Spain.

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