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President Hodge shares vision for Miami 2020

Miami University President David Hodge, in his annual address, Sept. 6, invited the Miami community to be part of a framework for enhancing Miami's future. He announced the creation of a Miami 2020 Plan that supports Miami's core values but makes room for new ways to address those values in an ever-changing environment.

Duke Energy Foundation Board grant establishes Inter-University Case Competition

The Center for Business Excellence (CBE) at Miami University's Farmer School of Business is launching the Duke Energy/CBE Inter-University Case Competition during the 2012-13 academic year. This program has been funded by a $175,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation Board, in partnership with Duke Energy executives.

Echoes from the Baltic: Lecture/Recital with the Miami University Latvian Choir

"Echoes from the Baltic," a lecture and recital with the Miami University Latvian Choir, will be presented by Chris Walsh, senior music education major, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 13, in 222 Presser Hall. Walsh established and conducts the choir to showcase the choral culture of Latvia.

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A Miami Moment with ... Denise Krallman

Denise Krallman loves a good mystery. An avid reader, the director of Miami's institutional research office relishes the step-by-step process of uncovering the facts. And, just as mystery solvers use clues, Krallman uses statistics to illustrate trends that shed light on issues in higher education.

Grand opening welcomes new PNC branch on Miami's Oxford campus

PNC Bank, N.A. will host a grand opening at its new branch on Miami University's Oxford campus 9:30 a.m. Monday, Sept. 10, Shriver Center.

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Miami in the News

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Thursday, Sept. 6

Andrea Ridilla (music) will open the Saint Vincent Concert Series and Bruce Murray (chair, music) will accompany her.

WLWT Ch. 5, WKRC Ch. 12, JournalNews, Dayton Daily News and Cincinnati Enquirer and other media sources, Thursday, Sept. 6

Some stories quote Claire Wagner (news and public information) about a $10 million lawsuit against Miami University filed by Phi Kappa Tau.

The News Record (Cincinnati), Wednesday, Sept. 5

Story about University of Cincinnati's international student population increasing quotes David Keitges (director, international education) and mentions Miami's number of international students.

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Upcoming Events

  • Photo Club display at VOALC
    Photographs from 31 members of the West Chester Photo Club will be on display at Miami University's Voice of America Learning Center Sept. 9 - Nov. 14. The exhibition begins with a free public reception 2-5 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 9.

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  • Deals 4 Meals
    Housing and dining invites Miami employees to Erickson Dining Hall for special discount rates Sept. 10-14. Faculty and staff can enjoy a $7.50 lunch served from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at Erickson's Dining Hall. With payroll deduction, an additional 10 percent will be deducted from the special rate. Mention the promotion and show your university ID.

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