Miami University received a record-breaking 20,299 first-year applications for the fall 2012-2013 academic year, an increase of more than 10 percent from applications the previous year. The university experienced growth in all three application types (Early Decision, Early Action, Regular Decision). The most significant gain is in Early Decision, showing a 96 percent increase in applications for fall 2012.
Rachael Morgan-Kiss, assistant professor of microbiology at Miami University, and her 2011-2012 Antarctica research expedition team Jenna Dolhi, doctoral student, and Nick Ketchum, senior microbiology major, are co-authors of an article highlighted in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE), the first scientific video journal.
The Howe Center for Writing Excellence at Miami University has awarded 13 grants to support projects aimed at improving students' writing abilities and increasing their learning through writing.
Miami University Distinguished Professor of History Andrew Cayton joins 32 other scholars as a Fellow at the National Humanities Center for the upcoming academic year, 2012-2013. He is the first scholar from Miami selected for this honor.
The Department of German, Russian, and East Asian Languages (with Arabic, Hebrew, and Hindi) presented awards and prizes to undergraduate students for their outstanding work.
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Stories about AR Rahman being honored with an honorary doctorate from Miami University talks about his 10-year association with the university.
Student leaders from six different Tri-state colleges, including Miami, took part in a conference call with President Barack Obama Monday to talk about the costs of interest rates on student loans. Quotes Miami senior Tyler Sinclair.
Bryan Marshall (political science) is quoted in an Associated Press article about President Barack Obama's statements in support of gay marriage.
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Miami architecture student, Danielle Musselman's video "Design+Build Ghana 2010" was selected as one of the top six entries for NAFSA's; International Education Celebration video contest. The top three videos will be selected in part based on public voting. To vote for Danielle's video, go to www.nafsa.org/ac12video.
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