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Dean's Response to Reports of Racist Speech by a Faculty Member
The following is Miami College of Education, Health & Society Dean Michael E. Dantley's statement to the community:
New Publication from EDT Faculty Members and Student
Dr. Racheal Rothrock (Banda) and Dr. Nate Bryan worked with a Literacy & Language Master's student, Ruth Whatley, in Teacher Education to publish an article in the peer-reviewed journal, Changing English.
On the Road to (Fringe) Recovery: How Dark Paths Can Lead to Brighter Places
There was a time when Tommy Ratliff had lost all hope. Today, his life is about giving hope to others as a Substance Abuse and Mental Illness (SAMI) Clinician.
SEOH June News
This month's news focuses on applications: applying for financial aid, applying for the Intervention Specialist license, and sharing our program application information with acquaintances.
Congratulations to the new Undergraduate Student Representative on the EHS Advisory Council
Rob Horton '21 has been selected to serve as the Undergraduate Student Representative on the EHS Advisory Council.
Students make accessible masks for disability studies action project
Carly Dunseath shows an example of the accessible masks she made for her disability studies class.In Miami University's Introduction to Disability Studies (DST 272) course, students are required to develop an action project to improve accessibility, and some students are getting to help in a way they couldnÂ’t have imagined.
Miami Faculty to Help Select the 2021 Randolph Caldecott Medal Winner
This year, Brenda Dales, a Miami University Assistant Teaching Professor, is part of the committee responsible for selecting the next winner of the Randolph Caldecott Medal.
Students, staff from Miami University's public health program help Butler County during pandemic
Kendall Leser (left), director of Miami's public health program, works with Jennifer Bailer (Miami '81), Butler County health commissioner.Students and staff in Miami University's public health program are helping Butler County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nutrition Alums during COVID
Miami Nutrition Alumni are doing amazing work in their medical and local communities.