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Two senior engineering majors win ION scholarships

Senior electrical and computer engineering majors Chad Sobota and Robert Cole each received a $1,250 scholarship from the Institute of Navigation (ION). They were awarded the scholarships based on their academic performance and their outstanding contributions and participation in navigation engineering.


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Cincinnati Bell Wireless brings 4G network to Oxford

Faculty, staff and students with cellular plans through Cincinnati Bell now have access to 4G. Cincinnati Bell Wireless turned on the new 3G/4G network in Oxford on June 8. Four tower locations in the Oxford area were upgraded to support 4G coverage.


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University Business, Dayton Daily News and JournalNews, Tuesday, July 10

Ohio is pushing public universities to show students how they can earn a bachelor's degrees in three years - potentially saving thousands in tuition, room and board. Quotes Ray Gorman (associate vice provost) and recent graduate Cierra Swopes. Mentions that about one percent of Miami students graduate in three years.


WDTN Ch. 2, Thursday, July 12

Story about an articulation agreement between Miami's Hamilton and Middletown campuses and Sinclair Community College that focuses on the growing field of health information technology.


Akron Beacon Journal, Tuesday, July 10

Story about parents taking on debt for college says parents of students at Miami University led the state with average loans of $15,800 in 2010-11.


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  • Maple Street closure
    Maple Street will be closed Monday, July 16, to Friday, July 20, to allow a new water main and two new chilled water lines to cross for the new Maplestreet Station and MET quad buildings. Pedestrian access will be maintained across the construction zone at all times.

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