Miami University has received approval from the Ohio Board of Regents to offer a new bachelor of science in criminal justice (BSCJ) degree program exclusively on the regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown.
The renovation projects of Miami University's microscopy lab in Upham Hall and the Phillips Hall Art Center received top honors in American School & University publication's 2012 Educational Interior Showcase, a competition honoring education interiors excellence.
The Executive Committee of University Senate reminds the university community of how the University Senate operates and of the opportunities available to contribute to the work of the University Senate in this open letter. The first meeting of University Senate for the 2012-2013 academic year is at 3:15 p.m. today (Aug. 27) in 111 Harrison Hall.
Miami University's Print Center now has approved templates for letterhead, #10 envelopes, half sheets and business cards. Unfortunately, it could take as long as three weeks to have these available online. IT communications staff is working with the vendor to expedite updating the site. For urgent requests, please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Orders will be qualified by a criteria list and processed on a priority basis.
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Steve Wyatt (finance) is quoted in a story about the Federal Reserve.
Miami University suspended Sigma Alpha Epsilon and Phi Kappa Tau Thursday following an incident last weekend. Quotes Barbara Jones (vice president, student affairs).
A proposed agreement filed Aug. 22 says Roger Jenkins (dean of the Farmer School of Business) will return $1.25 million and shares of stock received for consulting work, 2005-2008, for Petters Group Worldwide, a company whose CEO was convicted of fraud in 2009. Article also says Miami University - in 2010 - returned $5 million it had received from Petters.
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Changes to Microsoft Office licensing
IT services explains changes to Microsoft Office licensing. Current, active employees are entitled to buy the box-copy Microsoft Office from the University Bookstore, or at www.Miamioh.edu/e-academy and purchase Work-At Home versions of the software for less than $30.00. Employees can obtain copies of the Windows operating system and other Microsoft titles from this same online store. More information is available online.
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