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Open sessions: Candidates for Farmer School of Business Dean

Open sessions for two of three candidates for the position of dean and Mitchell P. Rales Chair in Business Leadership in Miami University's Farmer School of Business begin Monday, Nov. 4.

A Miami Moment with Becky Sander

This week, students are beginning the scheduling process for spring semester, and the registrar office has worked diligently to make sure the departments and colleges with new names are all represented from the arts - now College of Creative Arts - to zoology - now the department of biology. Becky Sander, assistant registrar of degree audit and curriculum, knows the "BIO" from the "ZOO" course prefixes inside and out.

Bruce Murray piano recital features "Goldberg" Variations, Nov. 5

Pianist Bruce Murray, professor and chair of the department of music, will present a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 5, in Souers Recital Hall. 

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Miami Art Museum and Sculpture Park hold anniversary exhibits

Sherri Katzl and Robert Wicks (both art museum) are quoted in a story about the Miami University Art Museum and Sculpture Park offering a variety of free exhibitions, including an anniversary exhibit called 35@35: A Museum Collects. (JournalNews, Thursday, Oct. 31)

Alumna inspired after taking Geography of Wine

Story about alumna Jackie Trexel opening Quail Crossing Cellars says she developed a passion for wine when she was a senior at Miami and took the class Geography of Wine. (Olentangy Valley News, Wednesday, Oct. 30)

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