Faculty members receive summer research grants
Two MJF faculty members received Faculty Research Grants to fund their research for the summer of 2019. The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) Grants Program awarded Matthew Crain and Stephen Siff  funds for a summer research appointment..
Miami's Committee on Faculty Research (CFR) awards grants to 22 CAS faculty for 2018-2019
The University Senate Committee on Faculty Research Grants Program awards 3 types of funding — summer research appointments, research graduate assistantships, and grants to promote research. 22 CAS faculty have received funding for their research projects for the remainder of the 2018-2019 academic year
Sports journalist Terence Moore ('78) named Miami's Wiepking Distinguished Professor
Terence Moore, a 1978 Miami alum and national sports writer and TV contributor often seen on CNN, ESPN, and MSNBC, has been honored as Miami's Karl and Helen Wiepking Distinguished Professor in the Department of Media, Journalism & Film (MJF)
Sustainability in Practice: Students to present their environmental service learning projects for external clients
Sustainability isn't just a subject to study in Miami's Institute for Environment and Sustainability (IES) -- it derives meaning from practical application. In IES instructor Scott Johnston’s Sustainability in Practice class (IES 474), students work in teams to solve environmental issues and develop sustainable strategies for clients outside Miami
Bateman team wins awards
The Bateman team took home two Blacksmith Awards for PRSSA Campaign and PRSSA Tactic categories for their work for With Purpose. Senior Maddie Malloy received the PRSSA Student of the Year award.
Former Miami professor returns to campus to present lecture on the story of Emmett Till
The 2018 American Studies biennial lecture, "Emmett Till: Why His Story Still Matters," was held on Wednesday, November 18 and presented by Elliott Gorn, the Joseph A. Gagliano Chair in urban history at Loyola University Chicago
New MJF chair has longtime passion for media
Bruce Drushel realized his passion for media at 11-years-old, an age when most people would never consider watching the nightly news over their favorite cartoon. “I would religiously watch TV newscasts and read newspapers and news magazines,” said Drushel, who took over as chair for the Department of Media, Journalism & Film this August.
Film by Miami Students to be Featured in MUSO Concert
Concert to Feature Music from Movies, Special Guest Artist, and a Film by Students
Media, Journalism & Film alums working in media provide career advice
Four Miami University alumni participated in the university's annual 18 of the Last 9 event appearing in a panel for the Department of Media, Journalism & Film (MJF) on Thursday, October 25