A team of electrical and computer engineering students from Miami University won $7,000 and first place and the Golden Snow Globe Award in the fourth annual ION Autonomous Snowplow Competition.
Laura Pitter and Liat Shetret, experts on counterterrorism, will present "Counterterrorism: Making a Smarter and More Humane Policy" at 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, in the Shriver Center Heritage Room. The lecture is the annual Finch Lecture Series in International Affairs, sponsored by the department of political science.
An informational audio program developed by Miami professors provides statistics behind the stories, as well as the stories behind the statistics. "Stats + Stories" is now available as a free podcasting channel on ITunes.
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Alumnus Walter I. Farmer was one of the Monuments Men. DDN quotes Robert Wicks (director, art museum) about Farmer's part in establishing Miami's art museum. (USA TODAY, Friday, Feb. 7; Dayton Daily News and Coshocton Tribune, Sunday, Feb. 9
Miami University graduates Mike and Anne Armstrong have given more than $30 million to their alma mater and are now giving $3 million more. (Cincinnati Enquirer, Saturday, Feb. 8)
Elizabeth Lokon (Scripps) is quoted in a story about an exhibition of artwork by participants in the Opening Minds through Art program. (WLWT Ch. 5, Sunday, Feb. 9)
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Student technology fee call for proposals
An informational session on the competitive proposal process for the Student Technology Fee will be held 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 12, in 241 Shriver Center. Funding is available for the development of innovative student-focused technology projects on the Oxford campus. Learn more online.
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