Notable writers Gail Carson Levine, author of Ella Enchanted, and Keorapetse Kgositsile, the poet laureate of South Africa, join students and community members this week for the Oxford Writing Festival at Miami University March 26-29.
Joanne Shenandoah, Grammy Award winner and 13-time Native American Music Award winner, will perform with Leah Shenandoah in a free concert, "Celebrating Life Through Music and Culture" at 8 p.m. Saturday, March 31, in Leonard Theatre, Peabody Hall.
Ohio's Severe Weather Awareness Week is observed this week, March 25-31. Severe weather can strike at any time, but in southwestern Ohio, the months of April through July see the most severe thunderstorms.
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Two Miami University committees charged with investigating a proposal to create a separate academic division for the regional campuses have posted a draft of their joint report online. A final report is scheduled to be delivered to the executive committee of the University Senate on April 2 and to the entire Senate on April 9.
Jerry Gannod (computer science and software engineering) and students are developing an app that will make it easier to manage large speed-networking events. Quotes Gannod.
Benjamin Smolder (music), director of "Grand Night of Singing," is quoted in a feature about the concert, which runs Friday and Saturday. Also quotes student performer Chrissy Migielicz.
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Miami University's Farmer School of Business will feature Neil Isford, vice president of business analytics and optimization for IBM North America, as part of its Executive Speakers Series 5 p.m. Monday, April 2, in the David R. Taylor Auditorium.
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A draft report, created by the academic policy committee of the Senate and an ad hoc committee of regional campus faculty, is online on the Provost's website. A final report is scheduled to be delivered to the executive committee of the University Senate on April 2 and to the entire Senate on April 9.
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