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Alumna receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

Natalie Harr (Miami M.Ed. '09) received a Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST). She was one of 102 K-12 science teachers to receive the $10,000 award. She is being honored this week at the White House.

Miami a member of Generation Study Abroad

Miami University has joined the Institute of International Education's Generation Study Abroad initiative to double the number of U.S. students who study abroad by the end of the decade.

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Champions: Miami synchronized team skates way to history

Behind a flawless performance to kick off the collegiate competition Saturday, March 1, Miami University attacked its skate at the U.S. National Championships and made U.S. Figure Skating history as the RedHawks won their 10th straight national title, setting the record for consecutive titles in any discipline of skating at any level.

Symphony Band concert March 5

The Miami University Symphony Band, conducted by Stephen Lytle, will perform at 7:30 pm, Wednesday, March 5, in Hall Auditorium. Admission is free.

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Members of weather emergency team featured

Story about Miami’s weather emergency team quotes Waylon Howard (physical facilities), Mike Jacquemin and Maureen Reimer (both housing, dining, recreation and business services) and Claire Wagner (news and communications). (WHIO Ch. 7, Friday, Feb. 28; JournalNews, Monday, March 3)

Smale Interactive Visualization Center highlighted

Stories about Miami’s Smale Interactive Visualization Center. JN quotes Eric Hodgson (center director), Jeb Card (anthropology) and Miami student Jonathan Held. (WHIO Ch. 7, Saturday, March 1; JournalNews, Monday, March 3; Road to VR, Friday, Feb. 7)

Beta Theta Pi fraternity closed its Alpha chapter

The Beta Theta Pi fraternity has closed its Alpha chapter at Miami’s campus. People quoted include Mike Curme (interim dean of students), Claire Wagner (news and communication) and Sam Crockett (president, interfraternity council). WLTW Ch. 5, FOX19, WKRC Ch. 12, WCPO Ch. 9, WHIO Ch.7, Cincinnati Enquirer, JournalNews and Dayton Daily News, Friday, Feb. 28

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Events: Oxford and Regionals

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Upcoming Events

  • Faculty recital
    Christin Shillinger, bassoon, will present a faculty recital at 7:30 p.m. today, March 4, in Souers Recital Hall
  • IT office hours
    IT services host office hours 11 a.m. today, March 4, in the MacMillan Hall Great Room. Learn about the new main web-based training site, Atomic Learning. Upcoming office hours can be found online.

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