07/15/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 36
capital-building-dc3x2.jpgEHS Goes to Washington
07/05/2018
Emily Krile, a KNH and FSW Student Produced a Video Featuring Study Abroad Experiences in The Gambia
emily-krile-the-gambia-thumbnail-3x2.jpgEmily Krile, a double major in kinesiology and family science and member of the class of 2021 produced a video of Miami students studying abroad in The Gambia. They studied the social and cultural factors that affect education and health. They also learned the significance of historical events that impact the health of 1.7 million Gambians.
04/25/2018
Helping People from All Walks of Life Cope, Confront, and Overcome
jason-bailey-hospital-1-180x120.jpg“Today was actually pretty good,” says Chelsey Gates. And as someone who often helps people get through their worst days, she is someone who knows when to appreciate the good. Gates is a social worker and outpatient community mental health therapist for Butler Behavioral Health Services. And on this particular day, she had been working with a client who was once a healthy young adult . . . until a car accident caused a traumatic brain injury, vision loss, and impaired cognitive functioning.
04/20/2018
Bob De Schutter and Sharon Custer win University Awards
university-awards-ceremony180x120.jpgAt the University Awards Ceremony Bob De Schutter, C. Michael Armstrong Professor received a 2018 Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Award. Sharon Custer, Director FSW Field Education won the Career Development Award.
04/16/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 30
trans-kids-logo180x120.jpg How to Help Transgender Children Thrive
04/10/2018
Kate Kuvalanka, professor of family science, quoted in azcentral article
kuvalanka130x170.jpegKate Kuvalanka, professor of family science, was quoted in an article titled "Why parents are losing custody of trans and gender non-conforming kids" written for azcentral
03/30/2018
EHS students receive 2018 President's Distinguished Service Award
EHS students Mary Martin, Laura (Dannie) Roberts, and Alexis Singler were three of the seventeen students to receive the 2018 President's Distinguished Service Award.
03/26/2018
Miami University announces 2018 President's Distinguished Service Award recipients
PDSA2018_newsbanner.pngMiami University President Gregory Crawford will honor 17 students whose service through campus life, community service, intellectual and cultural leadership or student employment demonstrate the spirit of being a citizen leader of uncommon quality.