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Four faculty members honored for their excellence in teaching

Joseph Bates, Martha E. Castaneda, R. Hays Cummins and James Moller each will receive the University Distinguished Teaching Award for their excellence.


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Miami Convenient Care Clinic winter hours

The Miami Convenient Care Clinic, a service of McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, will be closed on the days when the university is closed during winter break. The clinic will be open through Dec.23 then close until Jan. 2, 2014.


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Record number of early applications

A record number of students are taking advantage of Miami University’s early application deadlines this recruitment season. (JournalNews, Thursday, Dec. 12)


Robert Keller, Jim Killy on Great Seal

Story about Miami installing a 3-D replica of the Great Seal at the Armstrong Student Center quotes retired university architect Robert Keller and Jim Killy (professor emeritus of art). (JournalNews, Thursday, Dec. 12)


Miami to co-host 2016 NCAA ice hockey regional

Miami University and Cincinnati will host the 2016 NCAA Division One Men’s Ice Hockey MidWest Regional. Includes a photo of fans at a Miami ice hockey game. (WVXU 91.7, Wednesday, Dec. 11)


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  • Andrew Cayton lecture on CSPAN A lecture by Miami University Professor Andrew Cayton will air on C-SPAN3's American History TV (AHTV) 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 14. In Oxford, Ohio, C-SPAN3 is available on Time Warner channels 361 and 877. Cayton examines the importance of reading and writing in the early American Republic.

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