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Carnegie Hall Preview concerts Sept. 28, Oct. 2: Ensembles will perform Miami Musical Celebration repertoire

Two "Carnegie Hall Preview" concerts will be held at 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 28, and at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, in Hall Auditorium. The free concerts feature repertoire that will be performed as part of the Miami Musical Celebration at Carnegie Hall Oct. 7.


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Digital Expo 2012 showcases creative use of technology in teaching

Miami University's annual technology conference Digital Expo 2012 runs Thursday, Sept. 27, through Saturday, Sept. 29. The expo showcases audio essays, digital design, digital archiving and interactive media projects from Miami faculty and students, as well as from area school classroom teachers.


Goldman Prize applications accepted now through Nov. 12

Applications are now being accepted from Miami seniors for the 2013 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize. One of the largest awards of its kind, the Goldman Prize provides approximately $30,000 to support an outstanding Miami graduate's pursuit of a self-designed scholarly service or creative project.


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Journal News and Dayton Daily News, Saturday, Sept. 22

Stories about Miami's board of trustees meeting Sept. 21 quote Michael Kabbaz, (enrollment management), Miami President David Hodge and Mike Armstrong (national trustee/chair of finance & audit committee).


WHIO Ch. 7 and other local TV stations, Friday, Sept. 21; Journal News, Dayton Daily News and Cincinnati Enquirer, Saturday, Sept. 22

Charges have been filed in connection with last month's fireworks battle between two Miami University fraternities.


Dayton Business Journal, Friday, Sept. 21

Miami University will shorten its regular semesters and add a three-week winter term for internships, study abroad programs or research opportunities beginning winter 2014. Quotes Provost Bobby Gempesaw and Michael Kabbaz (enrollment management).


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  • Faculty Recital
    Miami University faculty Michele Gingras, Harvey Thurmer and Heather MacPhail present a performance of "Fun music for violin, clarinet and piano." The joint faculty recital takes place at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 26, in Souers Recital Hall, located in the Center of Performing Arts. Admission is free and open to the public.

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