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12/11/2018
Mark Curnutte recognized for coverage of race and social justice issues
mark-curnutte.pngMark Curnutte, a journalism instructor at Miami and a Cincinnati Enquirer reporter who focuses on race and social justice issues, was awarded the Governor's 2018 Nuestro Amigo.
12/11/2018
Milton Cox explores 40 years of Miami faculty learning community success
milton-cox.pngMiami’s faculty learning communities have been enhancing teaching and learning for 40 years. Milton “Milt” Cox was recently awarded the Presidential Medallion by President Gregory Crawford.
12/11/2018
Miami University is recognized for its commitment to helping veterans and service members
jared-vreeland-banner.jpgMiami University is committed to helping veterans and service members achieve their higher education goals. That commitment has led to Miami being recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and Department of Veterans Affairs as a university that supports the “8 Keys to Veterans' Success” and being listed on the Veterans Affairs registry.
12/11/2018
Amid a Teenage E-cigarette Epidemic, Public Health Professionals Urge Action
cdc-usb350x200.jpgE-cigarettes are being used by teenagers almost everywhere. The FDA has called this growing phenomenon an epidemic, and it’s a major concern among those who hope to stop the momentum now.
12/10/2018
Miami Graduate Research Forum students receive top honors
Students receiving top honors for Miami University’s 2018 Graduate Research Forum learned in early December the results of the judges' decisions.
12/10/2018
John Bowblis co-authors study on nursing home care and economy
Newswise.com, Dec. 4 Health Medicinenet.com and Health News Digest.com, Dec. 7 (and other media sources) (subscription may be required)
12/10/2018
Amy Summerville on fear of missing out and use of social media
Healthline.com, Dec. 9 (subscription may be required)
12/10/2018
Research co-authored by John Bowblis, economics professor and Scripps fellow, links nursing home staffing issues to economy
news-bowblis-200x250.jpgWASHINGTON — The low unemployment rate in the U.S. — which fell to a 49 year-low in September and October — is good news to many people, but perhaps not to residents of nursing homes.
12/07/2018
Changes to Television Delivery on Campus Coming Soon
old-tv-thumb.jpegThe video delivery landscape continues to evolve on campus. And it will continue to change over the course of the next year here at Miami. The next big change to come will affect traditional cable television in academic and administrative buildings.