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MFA student Nathan Foley receives NICHE Award

Nathan Foley, a master's of fine arts student in sculpture at Miami University, received the 2014 Student NICHE Award in the category mixed media and miscellaneous media.


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A Miami Moment with ... facilities and grounds crew

January 2014 brought Miami its first academic winter term and the opening of the Armstrong Student Center. It also brought physical facilities staff its coldest, snowiest month in many years.


Art Museum Open House Feb. 4

An open house at the Miami University Art Museum will be held 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4 to celebrate the opening of the museum's spring exhibitions.


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William Even on Dayton area job market

William Even (economics) is quoted in an article about 2013 being a bad year for the job market in the Dayton metro area. (Bloomberg Businessweek, Wednesday, Jan. 29)


Jim Brock on income inequality

Jim Brock (economics) is quoted in a story about income inequality. (Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, Jan. 30)


Allan Winkler on Pete Seeger

Column by Allan Winkler (history) about Pete Seeger’s death says he met Seeger when he interviewed him for a short biography, and he took students to meet him. Also includes a photo of Winkler with Seeger. (Cincinnati Enquirer, Wednesday, Jan. 29)


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  • Faculty recital
    Siok Lian Tan, associate professor of piano, will present a faculty recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, in Souers Recital Hall. The program will feature Francis Poulenc's Nocturne and sonatas by Scarlatti, Scriabin and Beethoven.
  • Guest recital
    Violist Kevin Nordstrom and pianist Edward Neeman will present a guest recital at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 2, in Souers Recital Hall. The program will include sonatas for viola and piano by Hindemith and Vieuxtemps, and "Phantasy for Viola and Piano" by York Bowen.

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