Miami University's Farmer School of Business is ranked in the top 25 undergraduate business schools, according to Businessweek's seventh annual survey of the nation's best undergraduate business programs. The Farmer School placed 23rd overall and 8th among those programs offered by public universities and colleges in the U.S. The rankings were announced March 20.
Eric Buller became director of the Harry T. Wilks Leadership Institute last fall. Prior to his arrival at Miami, he taught three years at West Point and also in the Army ROTC at East Carolina University, after serving 20 years as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army. He soon will complete a doctorate in higher education administration from the University of Kansas. Buller's research includes the study of persistence using Grit. Learn how Grit is a component of his approach to leadership development.
Miami will host its second Africana Film Festival, "The Worlds of Ousmane Sembene: Africa's Most Revolutionary Filmmaker" March 28-30. Events are scheduled at the Middletown, Hamilton and Oxford campuses. Click here for a full schedule.
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Hundreds of colleges are testing freshmen and seniors to measure learning from enrollment to graduation. Miami is included in a sampling of notable public universities that have posted learning assessment results for its students.
The film "Paul Goodman Changed My Life" is getting a special free screening at Miami University Wednesday, March 28.
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Robert Thomas, professor of piano, will perform a recital with professional jazz pianist John Bercaw at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 25, in Souers Recital Hall. This will be Thomas' last performance at Miami. He will retire soon and move to Montana after more than 30 years of serving on the music faculty.
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