Miami University is featured in the Princeton Review's The Best 371 Colleges - 2010 Edition as one of the nation's best institutions for undergraduate education. Miami was chosen for the book based on student surveys regarding dozens of topics from academics to college life, as well as general observations from Princeton Review editors.
The Scripps Gerontology Center at Miami University has released a report on the use of information technology in Ohio nursing homes that finds while 80 percent of the state's facilities are "in the early to mid-transition phase" of converting to electronic records, they still have work to do in maximizing the benefits of health care technology regarding resident care.
At Miami, undergraduates take advantage of research
opportunities year-round. Summer, especially, provides more time for in-depth research on campus, off campus or abroad. The university's news and public information office has just released a special publication that highlights some of the summer research taking place now.
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Essay by Miami student Tierionna Morris (English/language arts education) tells of two Miami professors who helped her during her sophomore year when she didn't have money for a meal plan and her grades were slipping. They told her they wanted to work with her so she could become an educator.
Christopher Kelley (political science) is quoted in a story about President Obama's job approval rating dropping in Ohio.
An article about whether or not President Obama has kept his campaign promise about signing statements quotes Christopher Kelley (political science).
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