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Miami alumnus soars with animation career

The immersive 3-D world of computer-animated films wasn't yet on Paul Gerard's radar when he was pursuing a business degree at Miami University.


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Miami and union renew contract for three years

Miami University and representatives of the local AFSCME chapter have reached an agreement that extends the union's contract at Miami to June 30, 2016.


RedHawks unveil 30 days of giveaways

Miami Football will be donning a new look when it kicks off the season Aug. 31, and now RedHawk fans have a chance to sport some of the same apparel in an athletics special event: 30 days of giveaways.


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President Hodge in a list of leaders of top employers

Connected to a list of top local non-profit employers, Miami President David Hodge is featured as among the leaders of those employers. (Cincinnati Business Courier, Friday, July 26)


Joshua Schwarz on furloughs

Joshua Schwarz (management) is quoted in a story about major area employers giving employees a choice of unpaid days off work. (Middletown Journal, Wednesday, Aug. 7)


Student Brianne Vandenberg on digital textbooks

Miami student Brianne Vandenberg is quoted in a story about the pros and cons of digital textbooks. (Chicago Tribune, Wednesday, Aug. 7)


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  • Outside Oxford, Inside Hollywood
    Inside Hollywood gives students a behind-the-scenes experience living and working in the heart of Los Angeles. Modeled after Miami's Inside Washington program, David Sholle, an associate professor of communication, created an opportunity for students to explore the structure and operations of the entertainment industry. Read more in a special Miami feature story.
  • Healthy vending options
    Look for healthy snack options in vending machines now available on the Oxford campus. Take a healthy vending survey. Your answers will help develop healthy snack options.

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