These documents contain instructions on how departments and programs should articulate their mission, goals, and strategic plan for a self-study and how program reviews should be coordinated.
This program celebrates our graduates and gives selected CAS alumni the opportunity to return to campus to interact with students and faculty. See the Call for Proposals [PDF] for additional information.
The Budget Information and Procedures [PDF] manual provides chairs, program directors, and faculty with a convenient reference to the budget policies, procedures, and guidelines used by the college. Additional information can be found in the Miami University Policy and Information Manual (MUPIM) [PDF].
Complete the available online fields and then print the CAS Scholarship Form [PDF] using your web browser's print command.
This program was designed to encourage scholarly activity among our best students. Approximately 30 seniors (selected in April of junior year) throughout the college will be selected each year.
The Opportunities and Resources for Faculty Development [PDF] document contains information about development opportunities for faculty. The document highlights internal funding sources and university level support programs.
The Professional Activities Report Form [Word] is intended to be a guide for reporting professional activities.
The Madalene and George Shetler Diabetes Research Award ($4000 biannual award) is available to faculty members within the College of Arts and Science who are conducting scientific or scholarly research pertaining to diabetes or illnesses related to diabetes. (Call for Proposals [PDF])
This fund (formerly known as the Popcorn Fund) provides opportunities for instructors and undergraduate students to meet informally in out-of-class settings. This program is no longer administered by the CAS Dean's Office. Please contact Betsey Dietrich (masonej@MiamiOH.edu, 529-3436) in the Parents Office to obtain a request form prior to the event.