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Farm-to-Fork Dinner: Focus on local food partnerships

Miami's inaugural Farm-to-Fork dinner, hosted by Butterfield Farm Market Sept. 20, highlighted Miami's new partnerships with local food producers. The dinner featured beef and poultry from Reserve Run Farm, produce from several area farms and gelato and sorbets from Madisono's of Cincinnati. The event went "splendidly," according to Jon Brubacher, purchasing and operations analyst for housing, dining, recreation and business services and organizer of the dinner.


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A Miami Moment with ... Melanie Lipps

It's one of many successes, but Melanie Lipps remembers when *Sara called her with the beginning of a "healthy" story. Lipps, dietician, health coach and program coordinator in Miami University's employee wellness program, lives for those moments when lives change.


Hannaford Ensemble, chamber music recital Sept. 30

The Hannaford Ensemble will perform works by Haydn and Beethoven at 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 30, in Souers Recital Hall, Center for Performing Arts. The chamber music group was formed in the summer of 2012 by seven members of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra.


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Mujer Latina Today (Latin Woman Today), Tuesday, Sept. 25

Miami student Michelle McVicker of Chicago is interviewed about the many opportunities she is having at Miami, including working to reform education policy in Chicago last summer through the Urban Leadership Internship Program.


WKRC Ch. 12, Tuesday, Sept. 25

Health officials suspect a Miami University student has tuberculosis.


Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, Sept. 27

Jim Brock (economics) is quoted in a feature about regional manufacturing regaining its stride and the local impact on the economy of the ripple effect.


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  • IES Abroad Conference
    Miami University Lifelong Learning and IES Abroad host a presentation on "Legal and Risk Management Issues Affecting International Programs" 9-11 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 2, at the Marcum Conference Center. William P. Hoye, executive vice president and CEO at IES Abroad, will discuss safety, security and the specific risks international programs face today.
    Registration is required to attend this event.

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