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04/17/2017
Reframe Podcast: Episode 9
abby-lyons180x120.jpgEHS Students Honored with Goldman Prize
04/13/2017
This is "Reframe": New podcast highlights research in education and health
The College of Education, Health and Society introduces a new podcast that features in-depth stories and insightful interviews with EHS faculty, students and alumni.
04/13/2017
Frob Duguid places second in regional three-minute thesis competition
Rob "Frob" Duguid, a master’s student in the department of kinesiology and health, placed second in the regional Three Minute Thesis (3MT®) competition held by the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools.
04/13/2017
KNH advocates to encourage active transport
Miami University professor Helaine Alessio and her team are working with business leaders, including the owner of the Kofenya coffee shop, to bring functional bike rack art installations to Oxford’s Uptown business district.
04/13/2017
Dean Dantley to receive the Impact Leader Award
dean-dantley-130x185.jpgCongratulations, Dean Dantley!
03/31/2017
April SEOH Program News
This month's news highlights the new student licensure checklist, our fall deadline to apply for the master's degree program (for current licensure students), this month's live session and jobs available with Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities.
03/31/2017
Surviving Breast Cancer Together: The Family Science Behind Chronic Illness
radina-research-180x125.jpgIn many ways, families are like an organic tapestry, an interconnected web of life, each thread related to the next in some manner. As one life touches another, many of these connections may be substantial, others may be somewhat insignificant, or even nearly invisible. But nonetheless, together they all form a larger system or unit, a whole that is comprised of many dynamic and individual parts. And when one thread is pulled or damaged or diseased, it will inevitably have an effect on the whole.
03/31/2017
Reframe Podcast: Episode 8
radina-research-180x125.jpgFamily Science and Chronic Illness