Hot Shots

  • A Week at Miami in Photos (sent in by our students, faculty, and staff)

    A student holding a handwritten sign that says,

    "#MUThankU"
    Photo by @valguerin32

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  • A Week at Miami in Photos (sent in by our students, faculty, and staff)

    A group of friends on a ski slope holding a Miami flag with a mountain in the background.

    "A few years removed from @MiamiUniversity, but still skiing like we're 21."
    Photo by @mjsinusa

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  • A Week at Miami in Photos (sent in by our students, faculty, and staff)

    A group of students swimming underwater in snorkeling gear

    "We saved a turtle today. What did you do? #savetheturtles #MiamiOHwinter #MiamiOH #MiamiOHabroad"
    Photo by @tperk1710

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  • A Week at Miami in Photos (sent in by our students, faculty, and staff)

    Two students sit with their feet up by the fireplace in the Armstrong Student Center.

    "To accomplish without being conspicuous" #MiamiOH
    Photo by @lifehaiku

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  • A Week at Miami in Photos (sent in by our students, faculty, and staff)

    The sun sets over MacCracken Hall, with the sundial silhouetted in the foreground.

    "I'm home #MiamiOH"
    Photo by @antoniaemilyn

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  • A Week at Miami in Photos (sent in by our students, faculty, and staff)

    A group of students hold a Miami flag in front of a wall that reads

    "Spending the last week of J-Term with the Scholar-Leaders doing service in Nashville! Just sorted and packed over 16,000 pounds of food. #MiamiOHwinter #boxwizard"
    Photo by @fowlerkristen

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Beyond the Classroom

  • Tammy Kernodle

    2014 Effective Educator Award

    Tammy Kernodle, professor of musicology, has been selected by the Miami University Alumni Association (MUAA) as recipient of the 2014 Effective Educator Award, which recognizes one Miami University faculty/staff member whose impact extends far beyond the traditional parameters of education.

  • Alex Filice

    History is Always Relevant

    Undergraduate Summer Scholar Alex Filice is researching the history of the American Revolution, focusing in part on the debate over the position of the president of the new country. "History is always relevant," said Filice, a senior history major with minors in Italian and English.

  • Rhea Johnson

    Bacteria in the Environment

    Undergraduate Summer Scholar Rhea Johnson fell in love with microbiology when she took a required course for her major. She added microbiology as a second major along with kinesiology and has now been conducting research with mentor Annette Bollman, assistant professor of microbiology, for the past two years.