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Capital punishment topic of Sherry Corbett Lecture Series

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.

Miami alumnus to speak on ASL variations and conflicting ideologies

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.

Information sessions scheduled for job enrichment program

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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Miami in the News

Dayton Daily News and JournalNews, Sunday, April 1

Stories about bonus pay at Ohio public universities mention Miami's total. DDN and JN quote Kate Stoss (human resources).

JournalNews and Middletown Journal, Sunday, April 1

Brent Shock (financial assistance) is quoted in a story about how changes in the Federal Pell Grant program will affect Butler County students.

Dayton Daily News and JournalNews, Sunday, April 1

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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Events: Oxford and Regionals

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Upcoming Events

  • 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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