The Miami University community is invited to attend one of three Miami 2020 Plan open forums. The first forum will be held 4:30-6 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in 102 Benton Hall, Oxford campus.
The sequestration (mandatory spending cuts) brought on by a budget impasse in Washington, D.C., has several potential impacts for faculty, staff and students at Miami, all of which hinge on when a federal budget will be passed.
Zonya Foco, nutrition leader, kicks off Miami University's fifth semi-annual nutrition conference Food for Thought (March 21 and 22) presented by the School of Education, Health & Society.
Leo Calderon, director of the office of Latino Student Affairs at Northern Kentucky University, will present "Transforming Our Future Today: Social Responsibility, Leadership, and Civic Engagement" at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in the Shriver Center Heritage Room. His talk is part of the Cesar Chavez Celebration Program co-sponsored by the Center for American and World Cultures and the office of diversity affairs.
John Veihmeyer, chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of KPMG, will present "Foundations of a High Performance Culture in a Dynamic Profession" as part of this year's Executive Speaker Series hosted by Miami University's Farmer School of Business. The presentation is at 5 p.m. Monday, March 25, in Taylor Auditorium.
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CCTV (China Central Television), Monday, March 18
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Article about Chinese students going overseas to study and their foreign counterparts coming to China to study mentions Miami University Middletown.
Dayton Daily News, Monday, March 18
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J. Scott Brown (Scripps) and William Even (economics) are quoted in an article about minorities in Ohio being more reliant on Social Security.
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