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February 2012
Volume 2, Issue 7

Improvements Coming for Residence Halls and Dining Spaces
A new residence hall in the Morris-Emerson-Tappan quad and a new residence/dining facility called Marketstreet Station, are just two of many construction projects under way. >>

Wilks Gift Names Armstrong Student Center's Theatre
A $3 million gift from Harry T. Wilks ('48) will fund a venue for hosting performances, speakers, movies, and more. The theatre will include stage- and balcony-level seating for 500 students and state-of-the-art sound and video systems. >>

Proposal Could Create More Autonomy for Regional Campuses
To meet changing economic and local work-force needs, the regional campuses may become their own academic division to increase the number of four-year degree programs. >>

Goldman Prize Turns Dream into Reality
Senior Brad Kasberg, recipient of the $30,000 prize, will work with the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma to develop a sustainable land use plan that will address the tribe's cultural, ecological, and economic needs. >>

Corporate Partnership Enhances Learning
Nielsen, the famous audience measurement company, is partnering with the Farmer School of Business to offer students experiences in using research data, solving real-world business challenges, and interacting with some of the top leaders in the consumer insights industry. >>


Miami Celebrates Valentine's Day >>

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