The world's largest single crystals of gold were hosted at Miami's Shideler Hall during winter term. Mineralogist John Rakovan is the first scientist to examine the crystals for authenticity.
Sally Lloyd, professor of educational leadership and women's, gender, and sexuality studies at Miami University, received Fellow status by The National Council on Family Relations (NCFR).
The College of Engineering and Computing celebrates National Engineers Week with events Feb. 17-20: the Engineers Showcase Day; a documentary on "Design & Thinking;" and a lecture on e-waste stewardship.
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Reprint of DDN article about colleges doing more to track graduates quotes Mike Goldman (career services) and student Samantha Luebbers. (Sacramento Bee and A&T Register, Wednesday, Feb. 12; Independent Mail, Creston News Advertiser and The Daily Herald, Tuesday, Feb. 11)
A campus plan at Miami University that encourages more walking, biking and transit use was included in a Ohio Public Interest Research Group report, the latest in a series of reports on the shift in how people travel. (Columbus Dispatch, Monday, Feb. 10)
Patti Liberatore (director, Performing Arts) is quoted in a story about multiplatinum recording artists The Tenors’ upcoming performance at Miami. (Today’s Pulse, Thursday, Feb. 13)
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Sign up for Microsoft Word 2010 and Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 training through human resources staff development. The classes begin Feb. 25 and are offered in a series of six modules. Learn more by logging into TRAIN.
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