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Undergraduate research highlighted in publication

At Miami, students take advantage of research opportunities year-round. Summer, especially, provides more time for in-depth research. The university communications and marketing department has just released The Miami Report Special Issue on Undergraduate Research: Summer 2012 that highlights student research at Miami this summer.

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New Havighurst Junior Fellowship offers opportunities for Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian studies majors

The Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies announces the new Havighurst Junior Fellowship, which is awarded to qualified high school seniors and current Miami undergraduate who declare Russian, Eastern European and Eurasian studies (REEES) as a major.

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Miami in the News

WCPO Ch. 9, Monday, Aug. 20

The first day of classes for Miami students, mentions the record number of freshman and the campus construction.

Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, August 22

Highlight on Paige Fryer, who graduated in May with a degree in special education and was selected to join Teach for America.

CNN.com, Washington Post, WKRC Ch. 12, WKEF Ch. 22, Cincinnati Business Courier, and many other media, Tuesday, Aug. 21

Stories about the schools ranked as "party schools" in the 2013 edition of "The Best 377 Colleges" mention that Miami is ranked in the Top 10.

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  • University Senate to meet Aug. 27
    University Senate will meet at 3:15 p.m. Monday, Aug. 27, 111 Harrison Hall. University Senate is the primary university governance body where students, faculty, staff and administrators debate university issues and reach conclusions on the policies and actions to be taken by the institution. Senate agendas and documents are posted on the University Senate website.

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