The Miami University collegiate synchronized skating team was honored by the state of Ohio with a Senate Resolution and a House Resolution congratulating the RedHawks on seizing their 14th overall and eighth consecutive national title in March at the U.S. National Synchronized Skating Championships in Worcester, Mass.
Miami University's office of enrollment management released its spring newsletter featuring updates on financial aid statistics and trends as reported by the office of student financial assistance. Access the newsletter online, or below in the PDF attachment.
Join School of Education, Health and Society colleagues in celebrating National Bike-to-Work Week May 14-18, or give it a try yourself on Bike-to-Work Day, May 18. Miami University's School of Education, Health and Society faculty and staff tout the benefits of biking to work in this video.
The transport of four oversize loads at 5 m.p.h. is expected to impact local traffic the weeks of May 14 and May 21.
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The migrant-worker population in Ohio is declining, according to new data, and some experts think this is tied to changes in the agricultural economy and fears over tougher immigration enforcement. Quotes Shelly Bromberg (Spanish and Portuguese).
The number of job openings has risen in the last seven years but employers complain they can?t find enough qualified workers to fill the positions. According to Jim Brock (economics) the issue may be as much about a pay gap, as a skills gap.
Mark Bernheim?s (English, children?s literature) letter to the editor praising an essay by Michael Sims, in appreciation of ?Charlottes Web? on the 60th anniversary of its publication.
John Reynolds (architecture) is quoted in a story about the Westcott House and Springfield High?s STEM Academy teaming up for Design Studio. Reynolds assisted with this year?s program.
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