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08/10/2016
Facilitating Minority and New Faculty Success in Higher Education
2012-03-21_minoritynewfacultysuccess160x97.jpgVideo of CTE Seminar presented by Hannah Chai and Suzanne Soled on March 21, 2012. (mp4, 178 mb, 27 minutes)
08/04/2016
For these students, Miami is a study abroad location
This year, 135 Chinese college students opened Miami University’s doors to a new culture.
07/28/2016
Miami students bring shade to Syrian refugee camp
Sixteen Miami University students spent last semester designing sun shelters, greenhouses, playgrounds and other comforts in hope of making life a little easier for Syrians living in a refugee camp in Jordan.
07/27/2016
Campus Mentors Making an Impact at Miami University
The Campus Mentors program, directed by Professor Leah Wasburn-Moses, has been featured in the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education blog for making a positive impact in the Oxford and Miami University communities through innovative practices.
07/18/2016
Humanitarian Engineering and Computing Minor
ewb-rwanda.jpgHelping people through engineering
07/14/2016
Inclusive program opens classroom doors and minds
Nika Swagler’s goal for college is simple: to learn how to be a leader.
06/30/2016
Local partnership increases educational pathways for students interested in engineering technology.
Miami University Regionals, Cincinnati State and the Warren County Educational Service Center (ESC) have partnered to create a pathway for students in and around Warren County to gain their engineering technology degree conveniently and at an affordable price.
06/16/2016
Miami among Ohio's first 100 employers in Leadership Network focusing on hiring Ohioans with disabilities
Miami University is among the first 100 employers in the state to join the Ohio Business Leadership Network (OHBLN). Members have taken steps to focus on the abilities of Ohioans with disabilities as they seek to make meaningful contributions to the workforce.
06/10/2016
Journey to Miami Regionals: Making his own future.
david-glock.jpg“I could build my program around what I really wanted to do,” David Glock said.