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09/25/2018
An African Nation in Poverty Provides Important Perspectives on Public Health
student-highfive-gambia3x2.pngEmily Krile is a Miami University sophomore studying kinesiology and family science. She, along with a group of students, recently returned from studying abroad in The Gambia, where they learned how healthcare is delivered in a developing country.
09/25/2018
The Miami University Department of Teacher Education Launches Partnership with Middletown City Schools.
middletown-schools3x2.pngThe Miami University Teacher Education Department has launched a formal partnership with Middletown City Schools.
09/20/2018
Karleah Harris, Visiting Assistant FSW Professor, Announced as MUASSA Grant Winner
karleah-harris-edited3x2.pngKarleah Harris, Visiting Assistant FSW Professor, has been announced as a Miami University Academic Support and Advising Association (MUASSA) Grant Winner.
09/19/2018
Skilled Cross-Sector Collaborators Can Help Schools Succeed
joel-malin-3-3x2.pngHow cross-sector collaborators enabled one urban school district to create and maintain a sprawling and successful “college and career readiness” reform by building career academies that partnered a dozen high schools with the local business community, higher education entities, non-profits, and civic organizations.
09/17/2018
International Student Teaching Seminar on Sept. 26
There will be an International Student Teaching seminar on September 26th. The seminar will be held in McGuffey Hall, room 219 at 5:00 pm.
09/14/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 40
richelle-lecture-1-3x2-small.pngBeing Open and Honest About Sexuality (Part 1)
09/12/2018
Twelve students receive the 2018 Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award 
The 2018 PSAAA recipients. Top row, left to right, Callie Miller, Kayla Cartwright, Sydnee Roese, Paris Franz, Sara Al-Zubi, Elizabeth Angi-O'Brien.  Bottom row, left to right, Nicole Rusk, Jackie Ziegman, John Tarter, Nathan Rayens. Not pictured, Bob Krueger, Jacob Bruggeman.Twelve seniors have received the Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award (PSAAA) for an outstanding record of academic excellence.
09/12/2018
Are Students Being Prepared to Thrive in a Knowledge Economy?
nachowitz-class-3x2.pngFor Marc Nachowitz, assistant professor of teacher education at Miami University, the goal of knowledge-transforming literacy is to teach students how to work with knowledge. It’s about learning how to generate ideas and to ask questions, and to challenge, advance, and justify ideas through social dialogue. 
09/12/2018
Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship Announces First Recipient
noyce-recipient-1-3x2.pngCassie Campbell is the first recipient of the prestigious Miami University Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship. She is a third-year undergraduate pursuing a dual degree in Integrated Mathematics Education and Mathematics with a minor in Creative Writing.