04/12/2018
Miami University researchers uncover "nature's secrets" in fungi, flies and frogs
sci-fri-cartoon-banner.jpgMiami University scientists take center stage during a special live performance of "Science Friday," featuring public radio host Ira Flatow, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 21, at Hall Auditorium.
04/06/2018
Bearded Lady Project comes to Miami to boost the image of women in science
The scarcity of women in science project teams led to Dr. Ellen Currano's project, "The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science"
04/03/2018
David Dafoe ’84 provides $30.1 million gift to Miami
david-dafoe.jpgEncouraged by his grandmother to pursue a career in medicine, David Dafoe ’84 graduated from Miami University with a degree in zoology.
04/03/2018
Chemistry chair Michael Crowder's research accepted to high impact national journal
Michael Crowder, professor and chair of chemistry, has recently had his research article, "The Continuing Challenge of Metallo-b-Lactamase Inhibition: Mechanism Matters," accepted by Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
03/28/2018
Pearson Hall: The upgraded home for Miami’s biology, microbiology, zoology and botany students
As the headquarters for Miami's Departments of Biology and Microbiology, Pearson Hall is currently undergoing its first serious renovation in its 33-year history
03/23/2018
Bearded Lady Project comes to Miami to shake up gender-based stereotypes of geoscientists
Beginning on March 29, the Department of Geology and Environmental Earth Science and the Karl E. Limper Geology Museum will be hosting an exhibit entitled, "The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science" in Shideler Hall. The exhibit, free and open to the public, runs through June 11
03/09/2018
The rocks that joined the Americas: Is there a connection between climate and evolution of life?
As part of the GeoPRISMS Distinguished Lectureship Program, Miami University's Department of Geology & Environmental Earth Science was proud to host Dr. Esteban Gazel on Thursday, March 1 in Shideler Hall
03/08/2018
HIVoices shares stories of those impacted by HIV
On March 1, Newport, Kentucky-based theatre group Falcon Takes Flight put on an on-campus performance of HIVoices, intended to raise awareness about HIV in the community
02/26/2018
IES guest lecturer calls climate change the greatest opportunity for healthcare in the 21st century
On February 15, Miami's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES) welcomed Gary Cohen, an environmental health advocate and president and co-founder of Healthcare Without Harm, who addressed a over 100 students and faculty on climate change and the relationship with healthcare