The Princeton Review has ranked Miami University's Institute for Entrepreneurship in the Farmer School of Business as one of the best - ranking it the No. 1 school with an exclusively undergraduate focus, the No. 5 public institution and overall 12th in the nation for best entrepreneurship education, up four spots from last year. The list, published in the October issue of Entrepreneur magazine, has included Miami's undergraduate entrepreneurship program for the sixth consecutive year.
The Cultivating Community Theme Dinner, featuring traditional fall favorites and new entrees using locally grown and produced ingredients, will be held 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 24, in Harris Dining Hall.
You could say Angie Renninger has sports in her blood. Her father has coached at the collegiate level for 40 years. After completing an internship at Miami in 1997, Renninger was hired full time and decided to make Oxford home. She is now the associate athletics communications director.
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Story about Miami offering a Just in Case app as part of its suicide prevention program quotes Kip Alishio (student counseling services). (USA TODAY, Wednesday, Sept. 18, Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, Sept. 19 and other media)
Story about alumna Bess-Arlene Camacho, who toured the world as an opera singer and now teaches at Miami Hamilton, telling her story at Miami Hamilton Downtown.(Middletown Journal, Friday, Sept. 13)
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