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Harry T. Wilks Distinguished Lecture Series presents John Quinones

John Quinones, ABC News correspondent and host of the popular television show "What Would You Do?" will speak in Parrish Auditorium as the next installment of the Harry T. Wilks Distinguished Lecture Series at Miami University Hamilton.

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University Senate action Aug. 27

On Monday, Aug. 27, University Senate heard reports from: Provost Bobby Gempesaw, chair of University Senate; James Kiper, chair, Executive Committee of University Senate; and the Board of Trustees April 2012 and June 2012 meetings.

University Senate: Single transferable voting system explained

Editor's note: This article, which first appeared in The Miami University Report Dec. 7, 1989, is republished here to explain the single transferable voting system.

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The New York Times and International Herald Tribune, Monday, Aug. 27

Sheila Croucher (American studies) is cited in a story about the influence Americans overseas could have on the presidential election.

Arab News, Monday, Aug. 27

Op-ed by Mark Allen Peterson (anthropology/international studies) asks the question "Can laughter change Egypt?"

Business Journal (Youngstown, Ohio), Wednesday, Aug. 1

The pilot program that uncovered the lack of geriatric education among care providers in the Mahoning Valley is moving to a statewide study in partnership with Miami University.

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