Robert Aponte will present "Hang'em High or Give Gun Control a Try: Which Really Reduces Murder?" at 4 p.m., Thursday, April 5, in 02 Upham Hall as part of Miami University's Sherry Corbett Memorial Lecture Series.
Joseph Hill (Miami '01) a coordinator of the American Sign Language (ASL) Teacher Licensure program, will present "When Worlds Collide: Insights at the Intersection of the Deaf, Disability, and Dominant Cultures" at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 10, in 1000 Farmer School of Business.
Miami University's department of human resources will hold information sessions during the month of April for its job enrichment program.
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Stories about bonus pay at Ohio public universities mention Miami's total. DDN and JN quote Kate Stoss (human resources).
Brent Shock (financial assistance) is quoted in a story about how changes in the Federal Pell Grant program will affect Butler County students.
Ideas & Voices section roundtable discussion (available only in print) interviews six area college seniors as they prepare for life after college. Students include Miami senior Jennifer Hicks.
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Nakia Wigfall, a fifth-generation sweetgrass basketmaker from the Lowcountry of South Carolina, will present "Gullah Culture and Sweetgrass Basketmaking" at 5:30 p.m. today at the Miami University Art Museum. Wigfall is an educator of Gullah culture and an artist who presents a rich heritage of basket making traditions.
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