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Myaamiaki conference on Miami tribe research March 31: Celebrates 40-year relationship with Miami University

The 2012 Myaamiaki Conference, "Meeloniteeheelotaatiiyankwi: We Reflect: Miami University-Miami Nation 40 Years," hosted at Miami Saturday, March 31, is the fifth biennial conference presenting research related to the Miami tribe.

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Award-winning chamber orchestra, I Musici de Montreal, performs

I Musici de Montreal will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 27, in Hall Auditorium. The concert features the Mussorgsky classic "Pictures at an Exhibition" in a production traveling with the award-winning film of choreographed surreal paintings by Natasha Turvosky.

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Environment & Energy (E&E) Publishing, Tuesday, March 20

Robert Bell (planning, architecture and engineering), project architect for the geothermal conversion of two residence halls at Miami, is cited in an article about Ball State building a geothermal facility.

WCPO Ch. 9, Tuesday, March 20; JournalNews, Middletown Journal, Wednesday, March 21

Miami University's regional director for admission and financial aid, Archie Nelson, has voluntarily resigned. Newspapers quote Claire Wagner (news and public information) and Perry Richardson (public relations, Hamilton campus).

Dozens of TV stations across the country, Tuesday, March 20 and Wednesday, March 21

A Miami student, who identifies his gender as male, has filed a complaint with university officials regarding housing. Stories quote Claire Wagner (news and public information) and are repeats of the story on WLWT Ch. 5.

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Events: Oxford and Regionals

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  • Charles Duffy, visiting assistant professor of comparative religion, will present "Vickie Singer and the Contentious History of Mormon Polygamy" at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 22, at the Miami University Art Museum. The talk is in conjunction with the spring exhibition series "The Rise of Women in Art: Part 2." The lecture will provide a historical context for "Vickie Singer," a photograph by Judy Dater, which is in the museum's collection and currently on display.

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