Four Miami University seniors and two 2011 Miami graduates have been awarded 2012-2013 Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships to various countries around the world. Miami seniors or recent graduates have won Fulbright awards to research or teach overseas 11 of the last 13 years. This year has the highest number of recipients.
Team "Red Blade" was the winner of Miami's 2011-2012 Interdisciplinary Technology Development Challenge (MUITDC), "Realizing Tomorrow's Technologies: Focus on Ohio Third Frontier." Red Blade is an autonomous robot guided by differential GPS built with a platform that can plow snow or mow grass.
Miami University students, faculty and staff traveling across campus can enjoy a dining option on wheels called strEATS - developed and designed in part by students. Easy to spot, it's the vehicle with the Miami-inspired red and white design and can be tracked by following @Mustreats on Twitter.
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Local briefs column mentions that Ohio Gov. John Kasich has appointed Bob Shroder as Miami's newest trustee.
Article about students from the Miami University John E. Dolibois European Centre in Differdange hosting a stand as part of Luxembourg Red Cross' annual fund-raising month.
Story about the economic impact of Ohio's tax lures for moviemakers says that when "The Ides of March" was filmed in southwest Ohio, Miami got to show off its attractive campus and was acknowledged in film credits.
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After close of business on Friday, April 27, per university policy (Student Handbook, 1.3.B), graduate level Incomplete (IG) grades and undergraduate level Incomplete (IU) grades from the fall 2011 semester will be converted to failing (F or Y) grades on student academic records. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Miami University's board of trustees will meet 9 a.m. Friday, April 27 at the Marcum Conference Center. The board will convene for an executive session, followed by the public business session.
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