Miami University and the Farmer School of Business have announced a $1 million gift from G. Richard (Dick) Thomas '48 to establish the G. Richard and Jane S. Thomas Endowed Assistant Professor Chair Fund. The fund will be used to assist the Farmer School of Business in attracting and retaining talented, tenure-track faculty.
Miami's first live-streamed commencement ran smoothly at Yager Stadium and on the Web Saturday.
The office of student activities and leadership announced the winners of the third annual Student Organization & Advisers Recognition ceremony. The Student Organization of the Year award was presented to Campus Activities Council.
A new era in information delivery will begin at Miami University Wednesday, May 9. That is when the new myMiami debuts with the myCampus portal product from CampusEAI.
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In-depth feature on the question of the real value of a college education mentions that payscale.com lists Miami, the most expensive public university in Ohio, as having the state's highest return on investment.
Alumnus G. Richard (Dick) Thomas, former president of North American Carbide, has donated $1 million to Miami's Farmer School of Business. Quotes Thomas and Roger L. Jenkins (dean, Farmer School of Business).
Miami's counseling service offered students the chance to spend down time between study periods and exams with dogs. Mentions research by Allen McConnell (psychology) that shows pets help reduce stress.
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Niihka will experience a service outage from Wednesday, May 9, beginning at 7 p.m. through 2 a.m. Thursday, May 10. The outage is required to upgrade Niihka to the Oracle 11g database. Please be sure to log off Niihka prior to the outage, as any unsaved changes may be lost without warning.
The Miami University e-Report begins summer publishing schedule today (May 7). The e-Report will publish Tuesdays and Fridays each week during the summer. Please submit story information to e-Report@muohio.edu.
The annual planned campuswide electrical power outage test is scheduled for May 8 from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m. May 9. The test of the system will require a campuswide electric power outage. It is recommended to power off and unplug computers, printers, fax machines and other electronic equipment before going home.
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