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05/27/2020
Miami U. research provides new foundation for future environmental studies
A five-year, student-driven research project at Miami University and Miami University Regionals has produced a new foundation for regional environmental and pollution studies in Butler County and beyond.
05/27/2020
5-27-20 Message to Community
The provost provided preliminary information about plans to return to campus in the fall including what may likely be some of the safety guidelines and requirements in order to do so.
05/27/2020
Graduate student places in Three Minute Thesis competition
The goal of 3MT® is simple: effectively present your research in a way that individuals outside of your discipline would understand, all in three minutes.
05/26/2020
5 Winter Programs in Europe
Where will you #FindYourPlace this winter? You can earn academic credit in an Education Abroad program. Check out five Miami faculty-led programs that take place in Europe!
05/22/2020
President Gregory Crawford updates the Miami community in a video message
In a video message to the community, Miami University President Gregory Crawford shared updates and highlighted examples of students and employees who, through their actions, inspire during the pandemic.
05/22/2020
Rodney Coates on racial profiling
NBC News.com, May 19
05/22/2020
Dr. Brian Kirkmeyer elected Program Chair Elect of WIED
ASEE is an organization that aims to grow and improve engineering and engineering technology education. Specifically, the WIED is a way for students, staff and faculty alike to promote females and inclusion in these fields.
05/21/2020
The Humanities Center presents Laptop Lectures
Pepper Stetler, associate professor of art history and associate director of the Humanities Center at Miami University, recently organized the Laptop Lectures series to keep people engaged in the humanities during this pandemic.
05/21/2020
Miami University researchers collaborate with PsyBio Therapeutics
Jones and his team of students discovered a way to sustainably produce promising drug candidates by genetically engineered bacteria.Miami University and PsyBio Therapeutics Inc. are collaborating to develop a new and exciting class of molecules to treat mental health challenges such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, and substance dependency.