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Miami Senior awarded $10,000 Astronaut Scholarship

Miami University senior Prashant Rajan, a biochemistry and zoology double major and molecular biology and neuroscience double minor from Mentor, has been awarded $10,000 from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF). He is one of 27 students nationwide to be selected for the scholarship by ASF for the 2012-2013 academic year.


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Awards recognize contributions to student health

Reginald Fennell, professor of kinesiology and health, and Christopher Escue, coordinator of Miami University's Mobile Health Unit, have been recognized by the American College Health Association (ACHA) for their contributions and efforts toward college health in Ohio as well as on Miami's campus.


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NPR Science Blog, Friday, June 22

John Kiss (botany) and his research on gravitropism in plants are mentioned in the NPR Science blog Krulwich Wonders.


USA Today, Tuesday, June 19

The Great Career Success Debate: Does study abroad impress employers? Cites as an example the experience of a recent graduate of Miami's undergraduate business program, who studied abroad in China.


Dayton Daily News, Tuesday, July 3

Jon Kerr (executive director, Paper Science and Engineering Foundation) is quoted in an article about bankrupt NewPage rejecting a merger proposal.


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  • Staff Development
    Workshops for July-September are available to schedule in the TRAIN registration system.
    Feature workshops include a Microsoft Office instructor-led pilot program. This program will include introduction to computers, Word and Excel. Limited seating is available. See link for full descriptions.

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