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15th Annual Neuroscience Day comes to Miami on May 25

May 14, 2018

The Ohio Miami Valley Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience (OMV-SfN) will host its 15th Annual Neuroscience Day, the premier scientific neuroscience meeting in the region, on the Oxford campus of Miami University on Friday, May 25, 2018 …

Nursing is a "people profession" and more men are signing up

May 10, 2018

Mark Ball, 42, of Oxford is back in school, pursuing what he always wanted to do — become a nurse. Now in his 3rd year of Miami University's bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) program, he is proud to be part of the changing face of nursing …

Conservation scientist and Miami alum discusses work with the World Wildlife Fund and Natural Capital Project

May 9, 2018

On April 13, Miami's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES) had the pleasure of hosting Derric Pennington (Miami '03) as the guest speaker for their end-of-the-year banquet …

Miami receives eight Fulbright grant offers, the most ever

May 3, 2018

Eight of Miami University's Fulbright semifinalists have been offered 2018-2019 grants, while 3 others have been selected as alternates. This is Miami's largest cohort of Fulbright offers to date …

Undergraduates conduct research projects for better health choices

May 3, 2018

Lamuel Bean wants to improve the health of communities. Katherine Rodriguez is influenced by her career goal of becoming a neonatologist. And Isabel Held's tragic loss of a friend motivated her to research the connection between neurology and behaviors. These three Miami undergraduates are all researching different aspects of alcohol addiction …

Biology faculty Rachel Yoho publishes work studying climate change, energy technologies in undergraduate education

May 3, 2017

Rachel Yoho, a visiting assistant professor in the Department of Biology working with Project Dragonfly, has published a research article, "Climate change and energy technologies in undergraduate introductory science textbooks," in the journal, Environmental Communication

Guatemalan guest speaker describes how Ixil-Maya knowledge and resistance led an environmental justice movement

May 1, 2018

On April 11, Baltazar de la Cruz Rodriguez, a member of the Alcaldía Indígena ancestral authorities of Cotzal, Guatemala, gave a talk entitled "Maya-Ixil Cultural Rights and Megaprojects in Guatemala" …

Two Miami students named Goldwater Scholars; one honorable mention

April 30, 2018

Two Miami University students have each received a Goldwater Scholarship for 2018-2019. They are among 211 students nationwide to receive the scholarship, the premier undergraduate award of its type in the fields of mathematics, natural science and engineering …

Spark Foundry CMO and Miami alum Scott Hess chosen as CAS commencement ceremony featured speaker

April 23, 2018

Scott Hess has been chosen as this year's featured speaker for the College of Arts and Sciences Recognition Ceremony on May 19. Today, Hess serves as the Chief Marketing Officer at Spark Foundry in Chicago, IL, one of the world's largest media agencies …

John Bailer receives Knox Distinguished Teaching Award

April 18, 2018

John Bailer, University Distinguished Professor and chair of statistics, is the recipient of the 2018 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award. The award recognizes one faculty member who uses creative, innovative and engaging teaching methods at the undergraduate level …

Bryant Simon discusses Reverse Fordism: Chicken Tenders, Politics, and Tragedy in Reagan's America and Beyond

April 18, 2018

On Wednesday, April 11, Bryant Simon, professor of history and American studies at Temple University, presented his lecture, "Politics, Tragedy and Chicken Tenders" for the Department of History's Charles R. and Elizabeth C. Wilson Lecture …

Miami University is one of the healthiest employers in Greater Cincinnati

April 11, 2018

Miami University has been selected by the Cincinnati Business Courier as a 2018 Healthiest Employers of Greater Cincinnati finalist …

Expressing the Inexpressible Through Art Therapy

April 10, 2018

Pediatric medical art therapist Emily Allbery (Miami Class of 2012) works with patients and their families within a children's hospital …

Bearded Lady Project comes to Miami to boost the image of women in science

April 6, 2018

The scarcity of women in science project teams led to Dr. Ellen Currano's project, "The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science" …

Chemistry chair Michael Crowder's research accepted to high impact national journal

April 3, 2018

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

Pearson Hall: The upgraded home for Miami's biology, microbiology, zoology and botany students

March 28, 2018

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 …

Best Kept Fitness Secrets of Miami's Musicians: Mind over Movement

March 26, 2018

In the class "Introduction to the Alexander Technique," music and theatre majors build awareness of their conscious and unconscious movements. As it is practiced today, the Alexander Technique can benefit not only musicians, but anyone who wants to move more deliberately and naturally …

HIVoices shares stories of those impacted by HIV

March 8, 2018

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 …

Quanhong Qiu to receive alumni honor

March 7, 2018

We are pleased to announce that Quanhong "Cho" Qiu (Master of Gerontological Studies, Miami 2001) is the recipient of the 2018 Cottrell Distinguished Alumni Award …