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Miami a national leader in commitment to teaching per U.S. News & World Report 2013 rankings

In the newly released U.S. News & World Report 2013 edition of America's Best Colleges, Miami again is cited for its "unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching." Miami ranks third among national universities, behind only Dartmouth and Princeton. Only 15 national universities are noted for such faculty commitment. Miami has appeared in the top eight on this list since it was started four years ago.


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More than 200 employers to attend Career Fair 2012

Miami University students of all majors, and especially those graduating by August 2013, can explore job opportunities with regional and national employers at Career Fair 2012 - one of the largest events of its type in the country - 2-6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, at Millett Hall.


University Senate action Sept. 10

On Monday, Sept. 10, University Senate heard several reports, including information on employee benefits and updates on Miami's logo and domain name.


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Miami in the News

WCPO Ch. 9, WEWS Ch. 5 (Cleveland), Monday, Sept. 10; JournalNews, Tuesday, Sept. 11

Eight Ohio schools are on the list of 177 schools in the new Alumni Factor rankings; mention that Miami is one of the schools.


AARP Bulletin, Saturday, Sept. 1

Susan Kunkel (Scripps) is quoted in a story from a veteran political reporter who traveled to six swing states to listen to voters age 50-plus about the November election.


WLWT Ch. 5, WXIX Ch. 19, Monday, Sept. 10; JournalNews and other statewide news sources, Tuesday, Sept. 11

The local chapter of the fraternity Phi Kappa Tau is continuing with its $10 million lawsuit against Miami University. Quotes Claire Wagner (news and public information).


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