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07/16/2019
Reframe: Episode 57
Make Youth Sport About Children. Not Adults.
07/09/2019
Bob De Schutter uses grandmother’s war stories to inspire creation of video game
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07/09/2019
Make Youth Sport Less About Adults. More About Children.
Dr. Melissa Chase, Co-Author of Best Practice for Youth SportToday, youth sport is big business that’s become far more about the adults, which has led to a hyper-competitive culture that’s pushing children to become elite athletes at younger and younger ages
07/02/2019
Major Insight: Unraveling the National Debate on Healthcare
Featured Majors and Minors: Economics, Political Science, Spanish
07/01/2019
July SEOH News
Check out the July news for details about summer graduation, applying for the Intervention Specialist license, and registering for fall!
06/27/2019
New Education Program Helps Low-income Children Avoid the Summer Slide
A new partnership between Miami University and Hamilton’s Head Start program is helping local children stay ahead this summer. It’s called JUmp over the SUmmer Time (JUST).
06/26/2019
Bob De Schutter's digital game wins gold medal at international competition
Bob De Schutter calls the digital game Brukel his personal passion project. Digital game image courtesy of De Schutter.Bob De Schutter's digital game, Brukel, won a gold medal at the International Serious Play Awards 2019 in Los Angeles. It was recognized in the category, games for good, designed for use in educational settings.
06/25/2019
Award-winning Game Represents the Realities of War in a Whole New Way
Bob De Schutter, Miami University C. Michael Armstrong professor of applied game design, is the lead designer on an award-winning new digital game called Brukel, which explores the life of a World War II survivor.
06/18/2019
Finding Ways to Help Mothers Balance Work and Family Life
Hassan Raza, Miami University visiting assistant professor of family science and social work and the book cover for Work-Family Interface which contains his study published as a chapterIn two recent longitudinal studies, Hassan Raza and his colleagues examined both work-family conflict and work-family balance among working U.S. mothers.