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Nicholas Money named Sigma Xi Researcher of the Year

Nicholas Money, professor of botany and director of the western program, has been named Miami University's Sigma Xi Researcher of the Year for 2012. Money is recognized internationally as an expert in the field of fungal biology, including fungal movement and indoor molds.


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Seniors receive President's Service Award

The Miami University President's Distinguished Service Award was presented to 16 graduating seniors for their contributions to the campus, the greater community and to higher education.


Wynton Marsalis address live streamed

The Year of the Arts keynote address by Wynton Marsalis, "The Ballad of American Arts," at 4 p.m. Tuesday, April 24, will be viewable via live stream at http://new.livestream.com/wyntonmarsalis/yearofthearts.


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Cincinnati Enquirer, Friday, April 20

Miami is one of five universities nationally to earn the Presidential Award in the Community Service Honor Roll program, mostly for its early childhood education programs.


WBNS-TV, Columbus, and The Columbus Dispatch, April 19, 20

An outdoor sculpture dubbed the "Double Broken Window" was created by Susan Ewing, Distinguished Professor of Art, and installed in front of the Ohio Craft Museum.


JournalNews, Friday, April 20

Dave Smith, master's student in the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability (recycling and environmental education coordinator) is quoted in a feature about Earth Day events in Butler County.


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  • The planning calendar for the opening of the academic year 2012-2013 is available now on the Provost's website.

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