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Miami alumnus lectures on how to recognize the next big marketing opportunity

Digital marketing expert and Miami University alumnus Brian Carter presents "Facebook Marketing Psychographics & How Small Organizations Beat Big Ones," at 3:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3, in room 125 of the psychology building. His lecture is part of Miami's College of Arts and Science alumni lecture series.

"The Arts and Crafts of Ancient Greece" AIA lecture Feb. 4

Irene Lemos, reader in classical archaeology, Oxford University, will present "The Arts and Crafts of Early Greece," at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4, at the Miami University Art Museum.

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Miami among schools with diverse head coaches

Article about Stanford University continuing Bill Walsh’s legacy by keeping diversity in the coaching staff a priority says at least eight traditionally white universities have had two black football coaches, including Miami. (Diverse: Issues in Higher Education, Monday, Jan. 27)

James Rubenstein quoted about Honda

James Rubenstein (geography) is quoted in a story about Honda becoming a net exporter of U.S. cars as the industry shifts gears to localized production. (International Business Times, Tuesday, Jan. 28)

Allan Winkler interviewed about Pete Seeger

Allan Winkler (history) is interviewed about American folk singer Pete Seeger. (The Australian Broadcasting Commission (ABC), Wednesday, Jan. 29)

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  • Walk-in China Day
    Celebrate the Chinese New Year and learn about Miami University's Confucius Institute 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, 126 McGuffey Hall, for Walk-in China Day.

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