Miami's "unusually strong commitment to undergraduate teaching" earns it third place in a special list in the U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2014. Miami ranks behind only Dartmouth and Princeton and is tied with College of William and Mary as the top two public universities for commitment to teaching.
This summer, a change was made to the Miami email service that allows users to access their Miami Mail account through myMiami using single sign-on.
The Havighurst Center for Russian and Post-Soviet Studies announces the next round of competition for grant assistance through the Havighurst Center Fund. Applications are available online.
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Mark Peterson (anthropology) is one of two professors discussing the Egyptian crisis and the recent theft of antiquities. (tbs eFM 101.3 This Morning - Seoul, South Korea)
A Q-and-A with Bill Even (economics) about the shrinking workforce numbers. (Dayton Business Journal, Friday, Sept. 6)
Carol Hauser (human resources) is quoted in a story about Miami’s student health center now being managed by McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital. (JournalNews and Middletown Journal, Sunday, Sept. 8)
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Miami's department of psychology operates a training clinic as part of the training of graduate students in clinical psychology at Miami. Advanced graduate students offer individual psychotherapy and diagnostic assessment services to Miami employees and their families, community members and Miami students. They are supervised by clinical faculty who are licensed to practice psychology in Ohio. Interested individuals, contact the clinic at 513-529-2423.
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