A team of engineering students from Miami University won $10,000 and placed second out of 15 teams in the ninth annual Institute of Navigation (ION) Robotic Lawn Mower Competition held May 31-June 2 in Dayton.
Tired of sitting at your desk? Miami University associate professor Ron Cox believes it's time to get up and move.
Miami University Provost Bobby Gempesaw announces new appointments to several positions within the office of the provost effective July 1, 2012.
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Story about the chairman of the Ohio Board of Regents planning to introduce a measure urging a ban on tobacco on Ohio's public college campuses mentions Miami's smoking ban. Plain Dealer and Dispatch quote Claire Wagner (news and public information).
Article about what Central State is doing as part of a state-backed plan to increase enrollment, retention and graduates mentions that Central State and Miami have also established a partnership for teacher education with a joint master of arts in teaching in urban education.
Story about the advantages of issuing permits for commercial harvesting of crayfish at Lake Tahoe mentions findings from a team that included Miami researchers.
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The office for the advancement of research and scholarship (OARS) will host a workshop for faculty and staff on strategies for locating grant opportunities using the Internet. The workshop will take place Tuesday, June 12, 10 a.m.- noon, and be repeated in the afternoon 2-4 pm, in 264 Bachelor Hall. Contact Helen Kiss: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Evan Hayes, 2011 Goldman Memorial Prize recipient, and Stephen Nimis, classics, published three Greek readers on their path to 12 as part of Hayes' research work. Jeremy Long, (music) saxophone, announced the release of his latest CD, "In Suspension." Learn more at Miami's faculty and staff recognition page.
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