"The 1970s: An Eclectic Art Invasion," a new exhibition developed as the capstone project for art and architecture history students, offers a glimpse into the turbulent art world of the 1970s opens May 1. An opening reception will be held 6-8 p.m. Friday, May 4.
Miami and Oxford community members: donate your furniture and other items - rather than throw them away - to ShareFest Oxford during Miami's Move-Out Week, May 3-May 8. For details or to sign up to volunteer, go to www.sharefestoxford.com.
Miami sophomore Rebecca Lehman took home top honors at the Pearson COM 135 Speech Showcase held Wednesday, April 25. Her speech, "College Relationships: Is Romance Dead?," bested seven other speakers in the department of communication's annual event.
Debra (Debi) H. Allison, vice president for information technology and chief information officer, has informed Miami University that she will retire on June 30, 2012. President David Hodge has asked Allison to return to employment effective July 1, 2012, following her retirement to serve as vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
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Scientists have theorized that mastodons were wiped out 13,000 years ago by an asteroid or some other extraterrestrial phenomenon, but Jason Rech (geology and environmental earth science) is working to disprove that. Interviews Rech.
Miami trustees vote to raise tuition, quote trustees David Shade, Harry Wilks and David Creamer (finance and business services).
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The Howe Center for Writing Excellence is sponsoring summer writing groups for faculty and graduate students. Rose Marie Ward, kinesiology and health, and Monica Schneider, political science, will organize groups in Oxford and Cincinnati. Two types of writing groups will be formed in each location: Option 1, dedicated time to write; Option 2, read and review. Contact the organizers by email for more information.
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