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Miami News is your monthly insight into what is happening on campus.

January 2013
Volume 3, Issue 6


Representing Quality, Affordability, Return on (Tuition) Investment

Operating Efficiently
U.S. News & World Report ranks Miami third in the nation for "efficiently spend(ing) limited resources in order to produce the highest possible educational quality." >>

Best Values List
Miami makes the top 50 in the "100 Best Values in Public Colleges" list by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine. The list is in the February 2013 issue and ranks Miami at 47 among in-state best values nationwide and also 47th for out-of-state public university values. >>

Funding Ohio's Public Colleges
State funding for Ohio's public colleges got a radical makeover from university presidents who pitched a plan to Gov. John Kasich that would tie half of state aid to how many students graduate. >>


Attracting and Retaining Students

Early Decision Applicants Continue to Increase
Early Decision applications have reached a record for the second year in a row. Students applying Early Decision have declared Miami as their top college choice and are committed to attending if accepted. >>


Creating Miami Moments

U.S. Presidential Inaugural Parade
Miami’s marching band performed in the 57th Presidential Inaugural Parade Monday, Jan. 21. >>


Transforming Students through Research and Discovery

Faculty-Student Research
Justin Saul, associate professor of chemical and paper engineering, and his research students think the key to repairing large muscle, skin, and bone injuries that will not heal on their own may be hair, or at least the keratin proteins it’s made of. >>



Watch the Armstrong Student Center come to life in pictures. >>

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