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Carolyn Haynes and John Skillings receive Miami University's Distinguished Service Award

Carolyn Haynes and John Skillings, the two recipients of Miami University's 2012 Distinguished Service Award, bring to their leadership roles breadth of knowledge, nationally acclaimed experience and heart-felt compassion.

Distinguished Scholar Awards announced: Li, Rousmaniere, Wang

Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2011-2012 have been presented to professors Quinn Li, botany, and Kate Rousmaniere, educational leadership, in recognition of a substantial and continuing record of outstanding scholarly work. Hong Wang, assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, received the Distinguished Scholar Award for a junior faculty member who has demonstrated great potential in research and achieved some standing in the field.

Miami's Scripps Center finds elderly care program would benefit from change

Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center says Ohio's Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE) would benefit from change. The Ohio General Assembly asked Scripps to evaluate the program and decide whether it should be expanded. The evaluation also assessed what modifications would benefit the program.

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President's annual address Thursday, Sept. 6

President David Hodge invites the Miami University community to his annual address 4 p.m. today (Sept. 6) in Hall Auditorium. The focus of the address, "Charting the Future: Creating the Miami 2020 Plan," provides the launch point for a collective effort to define Miami's future.

Youth to rule Yager on Youth Day, Band Day

The Miami University RedHawks football team goes "all-in" as it kicks off its first home game of the 2012 season at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, with Youth Day and Band Day. As the team faces the Southern Illinois Salukis, the Miami University marching band will host 12 area high school bands for its annual Band Day celebration and halftime show.

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Columbus Business First and Dayton Business Journal, Friday, Aug. 31

Article about Streats, a mobile food truck operated by Miami University, quotes Nancy Heidtman and Mark Andrea (both housing, dining, recreation & business services).

Dayton Daily News; Stars and Stripes, Tuesday, Sept. 4

Miami and OSU have announced they will offer their student veterans loans with no interest amid expected delays in their Post 9/11 GI Educational Benefits.

Toledo Blade, Sunday, Aug. 26

Story about those who were crew members on the U.S. Brig Niagara. Quotes Miami NROTC students Dominic Gray and Clayton Septant.

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  • Blood Drive
    The next faculty/staff blood drive will be held 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday, Sept. 10, in the Heritage Room, Shriver Center. This drive is also sponsored by the 2012 Homecoming Committee. The blood drive is in cooperation with the Community Blood Center. To schedule an appointment, log on to www.donortime.com and use the sponsor code 323. Contact the Community Blood Center at 1-800-388-GIVE or Miami's benefit services at 529-3926.

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