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More international students choosing Miami for study abroad

Miami University is the study abroad destination this summer for 88 students from three universities in China and South Korea.

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Alumnus Tom Walsh creates Miami scholarship

Tom Walsh (Miami, '82), president and CEO of First Texas Products, has recently made a $250,000 gift to create a Miami University scholarship fund in support of students from Walnut Hills High School.

Application for fall 2014 admission now available

The fall 2014 application for undergraduate admission to Miami University is now available.

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Commentary by Leah Wasburn-Moses

Commentary on "A Fix for Teacher Education" by Leah Wasburn-Moses (educational psychology). (Chronicle of Higher Education, Monday, July 29)

House deal would lower student loan interest rates

The House approved a deal on student loans that would immediately lower interest rates for students taking out loans this year. Print version includes a table showing 9,528 Miami students use the subsidized Stafford Loan. (JournalNews, Thursday, Aug. 1)

Oxford among 50 smartest U.S. cities

Oxford, home to Miami University, is ranked the 16th smartest place in the United States, according to a report on Lumosity.com. (Dayton Daily News, Tuesday, July 30)

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  • New directory extension for Chrome
    A new Google Chrome extension brings the university directory right to where you need it, when you need it. The directory that is internal to Miami's Google Mail system only shows the name and email address of an individual, thus making it difficult to differentiate between two users with the same name. This new extension searches for a Miami employee or student by: first name, last name, UniqueID, or organization. Learn more at IT services Google News.

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