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More Awareness May Help Families with Autism Feel Less Isolated
settle800x400.pngFor most families, leaving the house and spending time together is an important part of life. But what if some families feel as if these kinds of activities are closed off to them? For Tracy Settleberry, Miami University visiting assistant professor of family science and social work, this has profound implications because it describes a daily reality for many families who have children with autism.
Miami rated among Best Value Colleges by Princeton Review
Biz, Jan. 1 and One News, Feb. 1 (subscription may be required)
14 Miamians were recognized as semi-finalists in the Fulbright U.S. Student Competition
fulbright-logo.pngIn addition, one of the fourteen Miamians recognized was Michael Rariden.
Justin Ye was recognized with the 2019 Junior Distinguished Scholar Award
ye-photo.jpgJustin Ye, assistant professor in the department of mechanical and manufacturing engineering (MME), was won Miami University’s 2019 Junior Faculty Scholar Award
Designing a future for female entrepreneurs
class-full-sfAt 20 years old, Summer Crenshaw (Miami ’03) was on a clear-cut path to her career. She was already working in public relations as an undergraduate at Miami University, touring with chart-topping bands and running national marketing campaigns in the entertainment industry.
Elizabeth Wardle on writing and Miami’s Faculty Writing Fellows Program
Inside Higher, Jan. 31 (subscription may be required)
Analisa Packham on physical education in schools
WDEL Radio 101.7 Philadelphia, Jan. 30 and Education, Jan. 31(subscription may be required)
1-31-19 Weekly Three
Topics include: Thank you for division for notes and words of support for Provost retirement, encourage to attend Feb Faculty Assembly meeting, new Cancer Research Funding opportunity, official university mode of communications with students, link to Black History Month event and updated Undergraduate Research Forum information.
Change of Course Adjustments
Due to the weather-related cancellation of classes on January 30, full-term course add/drop and course change deadlines have been adjusted. Students may register (add/drop) in BannerWeb until 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, January 31 for Spring 2019 semester classes. The last day for departments/instructors to add students to a course or independent work is Monday, February 4. Please see the academic calendar for other full-term drop deadlines and sprint deadlines.