A round cardboard tag with the words "Thank You," surrounded by silver dots around the edge of the tag, appears in the center of the frame. Extending through a hole in the top of the tag, behind the tag, and stretching to the top and bottom of the frame is a metallic silver ribbon.

OARS to hold 8th annual proposals and awards reception

Image of instructional space. Ten tables are situated at various positions throughout the room. Each table has several chairs around it. Four portable whiteboards are arranged along the far walls, interspersed between and beside the three windows. A projection screen and teaching station with a computer monitor are also located along the far wall.
OARS’ Proposal & Awards Reception will be held in the Advanced Instructional Space, Suite 134 King Library.

OARS’ 8th Annual Proposals and Awards Reception will be held Thursday, February 15, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Advanced Instructional Space (AIS) in King Library, Suite 134.

Miami faculty and staff who submitted proposals and/or received awards from July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017 have been invited to celebrate their accomplishments. Department chairs and deans have also been invited to join in the celebration, and we encourage invitees to extend an offer to the office support staff who assist with their grant-seeking endeavors.

Those who have not already done so, are encouraged to register no later than Friday, February 9.

We look forward to this opportunity to honor Miami’s researchers, scholars, and creative artists.

Image of ORU by Scott Kissell, Miami University Photo Services.  Thank you image by emeraldimp via Flickr, used under Creative Commons license.

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