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Ohio pension reform legislation approved; Governor expected to sign

The Ohio House and Senate Wednesday, Sept. 12, approved changes to pension reform bills affecting Miami University employees. Sub. Senate Bill 342, the STRS pension reform bill, and Sub. S.B. 343, the PERS pension reform bill, will be sent to the governor, who is expected to sign them.


Office of enrollment management publishes annual fall update

The office of enrollment management presents its annual fall Enrollment Management Update. The update showcases the entering class profile, including academic characteristics and composition, and other key enrollment and outcome metrics.


Employees invited to open enrollment presentations and Benefits & Wellness Fair

Miami University invites employees to open enrollment presentations beginning the week of Sept. 17, and to the Benefits & Wellness Fair 2012 Tuesday, Oct. 2, in Hamilton, Wednesday, Oct. 3, in Middletown and Thursday, Oct. 4, in Oxford.


Hike the natural areas this weekend

Miami University Natural Areas invites the community to a hike-a-thon 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15. Students, employees and community members can bring families and friends on one, three or five-mile hikes throughout the day.


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Miami in the News

Cincinnati Enquirer online, Wednesday, Sept. 12

Miami, UC and other area schools are listed in the latest U.S. News & World Report rankings.


Education Week, Wednesday, Aug. 29

Story about school districts adjust to the growth in the older population mentions research by Deborah Fletcher (economics).


Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, Sept. 11

Gov. Kasich is getting the state's higher education leaders together to come up with a financial incentive plan - a budget formula - based on graduation rates rather than enrollment to determine how much money each will get from the state. Mentions Miami's graduation rate.


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  • Campus Safety Fair Sept. 13
    Miami University's police department invites students, faculty and staff to a Campus Safety Fair, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, on Slant Walk. Meet Miami officers and K-9 police dog Ero, sign up for the e2Campus Emergency Text Message System, meet the Miami cheerleaders, register to win door prizes and gather information on campus safety. September is National Campus Safety Awareness Month.

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