Oxford City Manager Doug Elliot requested council’s approval in last week’s meeting to apply for $1,362,571.52 in grant funding that will go toward a construction project along High Street between Patterson Avenue and South Campus Avenue.
The atmosphere at the 2018 Pi Sigma Epsilon National Convention in San Diego, CA was tense. The 48 members of Miami University’s Gamma Gamma chapter of the business fraternity huddled around one another. They were awaiting the results of which school would win the Lewis F. Gordon Top Chapter award that Friday afternoon on April 13.
In his first year at Miami, political science and economics double major Christian Beal has already founded an organization he hopes to see go national. Beal’s group, which he created with his best friend and future Cornell University student Alec Dinwiddie, is called Young People Have a Voice Too (YPHAVT), and was intended to provide a platform for high school students to discuss political issues and formulate solutions to their communities’ specific socioeconomic problems.
Miami University welcomed the staff of Rankin and Associates Consulting to campus on Thursday, May 4 and Friday, May 5 to analyze the results of the campus climate survey, a project designed to evaluate the experience of the current climate from all members of Miami’s community.
University Senate voted Monday to endorse an increase in the number of non-tenure-track faculty members the university can hire, from 20 percent of the total number of full-time tenured and tenure-track faculty to 25 percent.
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