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Miami University students develop app to help fight hunger

A new smartphone app — developed by Miami University students hoping to revolutionize the way people donate to food banks — was rolled out to the public today.


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As next editor of international studies journal, Neack will involve students

Early next year, Laura Neack, Miami University professor of political science, will become the new editor of International Studies Perspectives. One of her goals as editor is to allow undergraduate student contributions for the first time.


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Miami minimum wage research mentioned

Plain Dealer, Wednesday, April 30


James Rubenstein on Toyota’s move to Texas

Chicago Tribune, Wednesday, April 30; HispanicBusiness.com and WUKY radio, Tuesday, April 29


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Upcoming Events

  • Marcum Conference Center hosts bridal show
    The Marcum Hotel and Conference Center will host a bridal tea and boutique 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, May 4. For ticket information, visit miamioh.edu/weddings.

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  • Update on U.S. 27 and Chestnut
    The flagging operation on U.S. 27 near the Chestnut Street intersection will now begin Monday, May 5.

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