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02/02/2018
American Heart Association Heart Mini Race 41 - Join the Redhawk Team!
On March 18, 2018 the American Heart Association has their annual Heart Mini race. We'd like to encourage faculty, staff, and students at Miami to join the team and/or submit a donation to AHA for the Miami Redhawks team.
02/01/2018
Ten Miami students and four alumni named semifinalists in Fulbright competition
fulbright-logo200x200.jpgTen Miami University students and four alumni are semifinalists in the 2018-2019 U.S. Student Program competition. The group of 14 make up Miami's largest semifinalist cohort yet.
02/01/2018
EHS Podcast Now Available on iTunes
reframe-logo180x120.jpgReframe, the official podcast of Miami University’s College of Education, Health and Society (EHS), is now available through the iTunes Store
02/01/2018
February SEOH News
This month's news includes a reminder about the February live session as well as dates for upcoming teacher education career workshops, spring financial aid and a link to the spring graduation application.
02/01/2018
The Theory of Planned Behavior: A Uniform Framework for the Prediction and Explanation of Behavior
The theory of planned behavior (TPB) has prominence as one of the most popular theories used in health promotion and health education, and is used in many other fields.
01/30/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 25
dave-hile-180x120.jpgEducational Policy: In Schools Today - "Part 2"
01/25/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 24
andy-saultz180x120.jpgEducational Policy: History and Trends - "Part 1"
01/24/2018
Athletic Training Students Win OATA Quiz Bowl
oata-students180x120.jpgA team of three athletic training students recently won the Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association (OATA) Quiz Bowl.
01/23/2018
Why Educational Policy is Broken. And the Voices of those Who Can Help.
licking-valley-elementary-2-180x120.jpgScenarios that are indicative of the growing disconnect between the policy makers who design the laws and the educators who must follow them. An EHS professor and 3 local superintendents, who are also EDL doctoral students, explain why educational policy is broken and discusses ways to improve the system.