Miami University scientists have long had a research presence in the Antarctic. Nick Teets (Miami '07) has been a part of that research since he was a sophomore at Miami working with faculty mentor Rick Lee, Distinguished Professor of Zoology.
The winner of the 2013 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award will be announced in an awards ceremony at 5:45 p.m. Friday, Jan. 25, in the Hiestand North Gallery. A reception will be held 5:15-6:30 p.m. in the gallery lobby.
Miami University scientists have long had a research presence in the Antarctic. Nick Teets (Miami '07) has been a part of that research since he was a sophomore at Miami working with faculty mentor Rick Lee, Distinguished Professor of Zoology. Teets recently received his doctorate in entomology at Ohio State University, working with advisor David Denlinger, OSU Distinguished Professor of Entomology.
Miami University is prepared to tackle the flu season with new signs reminding students and employees of things they can do to stay healthy and to receive a flu vaccine.
With the change in Miami's domain name, and with people possibly receiving new cell phones and phone numbers over the holiday, Miami's Institutional Response Team recommends people check their emergency alert registrations.
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Several Miami alumni will convene next month at Miami's Farmer School of Business for a first-of-its-kind, daylong discussion and workshop with the business school's marketing students called "Miami Rocks Marketing," presented by the Forbes CMO Network.
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Story about Miami's marching band preparing to perform in the Presidential Inaugural Parade quotes Stephen Lytle (athletic band director) and some band members and shows the band practicing.
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What if after migration I find that some folders didn't end up in the correct place Although the basic folder structure you currently have in Outlook should migrate to Google, there are a couple of exceptions. Folders that are nested under System Folders (Inbox, Sent and Draft) will be migrated, however in Google the folders will not be nested under the System labels. They will instead be migrated at the top level of your label hierarchy and are renamed as SystemFolderName/SubFolderName.
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