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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.
Miami alum and PhD student/instructor featured on list of top nine leaders in education
next-nine-leaders-teaching180x120.jpgJeff Lyman, an alumni of Educational Psychology and Dominique Brown, a PhD student/instructor at Miami University were featured on WCPO Cincinnati's list of top nine leaders in education.
Dr. Brody Ruihley, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Health, Honored as Sport Studies Alumni Scholar
The Department of Kinesiology, Recreation, and Sport Studies at the University of Tennessee honored Brody Ruihley, PhD as its Sport Studies Alumni Scholar for 2017-18
EHS Students Present at OCTELA conference
octela-conference180x120.jpgTwo EHS students, Kylea Gambill and Ellen Stenstrom, had the opportunity to present at the Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts (OCTELA) conference in Columbus, Ohio.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 28
ali-group-picture180x120.jpgOn the Road to Wellness: How One Dietitian is Driving Truckers Toward Health
Miami EHS faculty explore partnership opportunities with Christ University in Bangalore
faculty-india-1-180x120.jpgA team of professors and administrators from Miami University traveled to India with the goal of exploring partnership possibilities with Christ University in Bangalore. The group received an orientation to the CU Center for Social Action and was able to visit several of the CSA community development projects.
Why We Need More Health Education. And How One Professor is Answering the Call.
brushing-teeth-kid180x120.jpgSociety is in the midst of a serious health crisis, and it’s often an epidemic of our own making. On average, we tend to eat too poorly, stress too much, sleep too little, and exercise even less. These unhealthy behaviors all lead to what’s collectively known as chronic disease and it’s the leading cause of death in America today.
Dr. Dan Gould to Present about Coaching the Generation Z Athlete
Generation Z athletes are those born after 1996 and who have grown up in a totally digital world. Many coaches and teachers have noted that these young men and women seem to have different learning, communication and attentional styles than previous generations.
Dr. David Perez, assistant professor of educational leadership, co-edits new book
david-perez-book-1-180x120.jpgDr. David Perez recently co-edited a book titled "Latinx/a/os in Higher Education: Exploring Identity, Pathways, and Success"