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Harkers Run (Ohio)

Harkers Run is a stream originating in Preble County, Ohio. Harkers Run drains into Four Mile Creek on the eastern edge of the campus of Miami University in Oxford just north of where the Trenton Oxford Road crosses Four Mile/Talawanda Creek. The ...


HIVE (virtual environment)

The H.I.V.E. is a joint research project between the departments of Psychology, Computer Science, and Systems Analysis at Miami University. The project is funded by a grant from the U.S. Army Research Office and is currently the worlds largest vi ...


The Center for the Performing Arts and Art Building at Miami University

The Center for the Performing Arts building was designed to house three major components of Fine Arts academics of Miami University: the Miami University Theater, the theater department, and the music department. Originally the programs were dist ...


Western College Program

The Western College Program was created in 1974 when the Western College for Women merged with Miami University. The program consisted of an interdisciplinary living/learning community with small class sizes and student-designed focuses. Majors i ...


Withrow Court

Withrow Court was the intramural sports gymnasium at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. It consisted of the original structure and the additional wings that were added on. The main gym consisted of 3 basketball/volley courts. The South Gym was the ...



WMUB is a public radio station licensed to Miami University, in Oxford, Ohio, United States. It produced local programming for 59 years until March 1, 2009, when it became a part of Cincinnati Public Radio. The station serves southwest Ohio and s ...


MSU Dairy Store

The MSU Dairy Store is a retail outlet for the products produced by the Dairy Plant operated by the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Michigan State University. The Dairy Store is noted for its selection of specialty ice cream, in ...


Hidden Lake Gardens

Hidden Lake Gardens colloquially known as Hidden Lake 755 acres, is a botanical garden and an arboretum operated by Michigan State University situated in the Irish Hills of southeast Michigan. The Gardens are known for their large collection of n ...


Michigan State University College of Engineering

The College of Engineering at Michigan State University is made up of 6 departments with 168 faculty members, over 5.000 undergraduate students, 9 undergraduate B.S. degree programs and a wide spectrum of graduate programs in both M.S. and Ph.D. ...


Michigan State University College of Natural Science

The College of Natural Science at Michigan State University is home to 29 academic units serving 5.000 undergraduate majors and nearly 1.000 graduate students in the biological, physical and mathematical sciences. NatSci offers many opportunities ...


Michigan State University Mens Club Volleyball

The Michigan State University Mens Volleyball Club was founded in the late 1950s and revived as a registered student organization at Michigan State University in 1987. It is currently a founding member of the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball ...


Quello Center for Telecommunication Management and Law

The James H. and Mary B. Quello Center for Telecommunication Management & Law is a research center at Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. Part of the Department of Media and Information at the College of Communication Arts and Sc ...


Victory for MSU

Victory for MSU ", formerly MSU Fight Song ", is the official fight song of Michigan State University, US. MSUs fight song was created in early 1915, when MSU was known as Michigan Agricultural College. An MSU cheerleader, Francis Irving Lankey, ...




Quinton Crawford

Quinton Crawford is an American basketball assistant coach of the Los Angeles Lakers of the National Basketball Association. He played college basketball at University of Arizona, and then started his career as video coordinator and assistant coach.


Midwestern State Mustangs football


Midwestern State Mustangs mens basketball


Midwestern State Mustangs mens soccer


Midwestern State Mustangs womens basketball


Midwestern State Mustangs womens soccer


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The Ware Center of Millersville University

The Ware Center is a performing arts center located in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. First opened in 2008, it has been a satellite campus of Millersville University since 2010. Along with the Winter Center, The Ware Center is a venue for Millersville ...


Campus of Minnesota State University

The Minnesota State University campus currently contains 30 buildings spread over 303 acres in Mankato, Minnesota. The campus includes on campus housing in the form of dorms for 2.700 residents, academic buildings, a main library, a music library ...


The Minnesota State Hymn

The Minnesota State Hymm is the institutional anthem of the Minnesota State University, Mankato. It is played at all graduation and official ceremonies. It was written by C.K. Waterman and Paul Karvonen.


The Minnesota State Rouser

The Minnesota State Rouser, also known as The Maverick Rouser is the fight song of the Minnesota State University, Mankato. It is played at all Minnesota State Mavericks athletics games, rallies and at many alumni events. The Maverick Machine, th ...


Minot State Beavers mens ice hockey

The Minot State Beavers mens ice hockey is a college ice hockey program that represents Minot State University. The team competes in the ACHA Division I level as an independent team. The team hosted the ACHA national tournament at All Seasons Are ...


Crosby Arboretum

The Crosby Arboretum is located in Picayune, Mississippi, United States, and is affiliated with Mississippi State University. It contains 64 acres in its interpretive center, plus over 700 acres in seven additional natural areas, sheltering over ...


Howell Observatory

The Howell Observatory is an astronomical observatory owned and operated by Mississippi State Universitys Astronomy and Physics department. It is located in Starkville, Mississippi.


Mississippi Valley State, Mississippi

Mississippi Valley State is a census-designated place in Leflore County, Mississippi. The population at the 2010 census was 1.182. It is the location of the Mississippi Valley State University and is adjacent to Itta Bena.



KSMU is a listener supported radio station broadcasting a Public Radio format. KSMU is licensed to Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri, United States. The station signed on in 1974, belongs to the then southwest Missouri state Univ ...



KMNR is a non-commercial, educational, FM radio station licensed to the Board of Curators of the University of Missouri. However, KMNR is fully funded and operated by students at Missouri University of Science and Technology. KMNR strives to prov ...



KMST is a radio station licensed to Rolla, Missouri, and operated by the University of Missouri at St. Louis as an extension of St. Louis Public Radio. The station broadcasts at 88.5 MHz FM with an effective radiated power of 100.000 watts, makin ...


National undergraduate research clearinghouse

The National Undergraduate Research Clearinghouse and Nature. Articles from the Clearinghouse have been used by dozens of journalists as the basis for stories. These include 20/20, the Wall Street Journal, LA Daily News, and Fox News.


Monmouth University Department of Art and Design

Monmouth Universitys Department of Art and Design, located on Monmouth University campus in West Long Branch, New Jersey, offers several undergraduate degrees.


Lauren K. Woods Theatre

The Guggenheim foundation donated the carriage house to Monmouth College - later renamed Monmouth University - in 1961. The school first opened the building as the Performing Arts Center in 1967 after a unique hexagonal experimental theater was a ...














List of Moody Bible Institute people

George Sweeting 1971–1987. (Джордж Свитинг 1971-1987) Mark Jobe 2019-. (Марк Джоб 2019-) J. Paul Nyquist 2009–2018. Reuben Archer Torrey 1899–1904. Joseph M. Stowell, III 1987–2005. Dwight L. Moody 1887–1899. William Henry Houghton 1934–1947. Mic ...


Adron Doran University Center

Adron Doran University Center, commonly known and referred to as ADUC, is the primary student activity center of Morehead State University, located in Morehead, Kentucky.


Morehead State Bowling

Dating back to the mid-1960s, with intercollegiate competition beginning in 1977, bowling at Morehead State University is a club sport and is affiliated with the collegiate division of the United States Bowling Congress. Morehead State University ...


Mount Sinai School of Medicine


Mount St. Marys Seminary





WMCO is a radio station located in New Concord, Ohio. WMCO is licensed to Muskingum University as a non-commercial educational radio station and serves east-central Ohio including the cities of Zanesville and Cambridge from the antenna site in Ne ...


NJIT Capstone Program

The Capstone Program is a combination of senior-level courses offered to students at the New Jersey Institute of Technology under NJIT’s College of Computing Sciences, which offers the Computer Science, Information Systems, and Information Techno ...


Domenici Institute

The Domenici Institute is a public policy institute at New Mexico State University named after retired Sen. Pete Domenici, New Mexico’s longest-serving senator. Each year, the institute holds its Domenici Public Policy Conference, which brings to ...

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