A new agreement with McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital will offer an increased level of service at Miami University's student health center while making access to the more extensive resources of the hospital easier for students. Students also will see expanded hours of operation at the center this fall.
Echoing the Miami University Alma Mater of celebrating its tradition while embracing the future, Miami University athletics unveiled a bold new look for its football uniforms on Wednesday, July 24, that includes cutting-edge developments in apparel technology from adidas.
As the Miami University baseball program ushers in its 100th season in 2013-14, the RedHawks embark on this historic year under new head coach Danny Hayden. Hayden was named as Miami's 16th head baseball coach July 23.
It's new, and it's news. Miami University's communications and marketing team launched the redesign of the news website, www.miamioh.edu/news. View the fresh look that pulls together such features as "Top Stories," "Campus News," "Miami in the News," social media, events, and RSS feeds.
Miami University junior Graham Bowling is the newest student trustee appointed by Ohio Gov. John Kasich to the university's board of trustees. He's a business management major and marketing minor from Delaware.
A $1 million estate gift from San Diego residents Fred (1967, MBA 1968) and Laura Applegate will provide scholarship support to generations of future students within Miami University's Farmer School of Business.
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Miami students Joey Wolf and Megan Hingsbergen are King and Queen of the Butler County Fair. (JournalNews, Monday, July 22)
Robbyn Abbitt (geography) is quoted in a story about areas of Butler County that are classified a “food desert,” according to a study by Miami University and the Butler County OSU Extension Office in 2009. (JournalNews and Middletown Journal, Monday, July 22)
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New email tool controls spam
IT services implemented a new "email hygiene tool" that should help control the flow of spam and phishing messages into the Miami mail system. Among other capabilities, the system attempts to warn users when the underlying HTTP link and the clickable text links differ. Learn more online.
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