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Miami among top Electrical Engineering schools in Ohio
World Scholarship Forum.com, June 8
Bethany Perkins on tips for making the most of a gap year
Cincinnati Magazine.com, June
10th Annual National Civil Rights Conference comes to Miami University
Miami University will host the 10th Annual National Civil Rights Conference June 20-22 on the Oxford campus. This is the first time the conference is being held in the Midwest.
Juneteenth Holiday
To honor, reflect, and commemorate this important date, Miami University will be closed on Friday, June 18 in observance of Juneteenth. The Admitted Student Visit Day will continue as scheduled.
'Gravity' allows Paycor founder to do great things
The 1983 marketing grad has made a career of focusing on customers and keeping a close eye out for opportunities.
Each year, first day of school for new first-years also brings in fundraising haul for the university
#MoveInMiami has become one of the most significant one-day fundraising events in the university's history, last year bringing in more than $38,000 to the Regionals from 369 individual gifts.
To think: In such a place, I had such a career!
After 33 years working for IT Services at Miami, Dan Johnson is retiring, and IT will never be the same!
Historic marker fosters healing from past racially motivated injustices
Soil collected in 2019 from the lynching sites join jars from across the nation at the Equal Justice Initiative's Legacy Museum in Alabama. Note: Research discovered two differeent , spellings for one victim's name. It was later determined that the correct spelling is Simeon Garnet. Culminating several years of work led by Miami University's Truth and Reconciliation Project, a narrative historic marker is now a permanent fixture in the City of Oxford. An unveiling ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. Monday, June 21, in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park uptown.