Skip to Page Level NavigationSkip to Page ContentSkip to Contact Info


Miami ranks 3rd best for game design program
aims-games-logo.jpgMiami University and its Armstrong Interactive Media Studies Game Center climbed nine spots in the Princeton Review's 2018 Top Schools for Game Design list, ranking 16th overall and 3rd among all public universities.
"Science Friday" live at Miami April 21: Ticket sales begin Feb. 12
ira-flatow.jpgThe Miami University community is invited to join Ira Flatow and the rest of the "Science Friday" public radio crew during a live show that uncovers some of the amazing science news and stories happening in southwest Ohio.
Jerome Conley and Glenn Platt on King Library e-sports arena
Library Journal, Dec. 20 (subscription may be required)
Announcing Miami winners in Mars Home Planet Competition
Life on Mars is one step closer to ‘virtual’ reality as Miami’s Kenny Levick (’15) and Dominic Forlini ('15) were one of nine winners recently announced at Autodesk University Las Vegas 2017.
Marching band uses technology to enhance learning and performance
Playing traditional instruments does not stop the Miami University Marching Band from looking for new and innovative ways to practice their drills.
Miami-directed video on infant mortality in permanent online gallery
infant-mortality.jpgMiami University students and faculty created a digital narrative on infant mortality that won them recognition from the National Academy of Medicine's Community Art Project.
Miami University Symphony Orchestra to perform Pictures at an Exhibition
Miami University Symphony Orchestra will perform their end of semester concert on Tuesday, Nov. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in Hall Auditorium.
Miami nationally recognized for increasing student civic engagement
All-In-Champion-Award.jpgMiami University received a Champion Award for its Freedom Summer App at the first-ever ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony on Oct. 19. The awards recognize colleges and universities committed to increasing college student voting rates and civic participation.
Miami professor begins with pad and pencil in video game design
Matt-Board.jpgWhen it comes to designing video games, for Matthew Board it's all about the process that begins with pad and pencil.