EHS News

12/07/2017
Oppression Still Persists in Schools. But Social Justice Teaching Can Help Break the Cycle
aronson-social-teaching1-180x120.jpgIt’s a basic cultural assumption in our society, that schools are intended to help students thrive, and that they function with students’ best interests at heart. But this assumption, especially in light of the challenges that so many schools face today, might not always hold true
11/28/2017
Cincinnati STEM Teacher Uses Space Camp Training to Inspire Students
jackie-obrien-floating180x120.jpgEHS graduate, Jackie O’Brien was accepted to the Honeywell Educators Space Camp program and she's now using what she learned to enhance STEM classes for her students.
11/17/2017
Urban Cohort Director Honored with Bonnie Neumeier Movement Builder Award
tammy-award-with-dean180x120.jpgUrban Cohort director Tammy Schwartz has been awarded the Bonnie Neumeier Movement Builder Award for her ongoing commitment to the program’s long-standing vision and mission.
11/15/2017
Reframe Podcast: Episode 23
podcast-stem-education-two-people180x120.jpgTeaching STEM Today
11/14/2017
John E. Dolibois Faculty Award for Innovation in Global Programming
jim-and-crawford.jpgGlobal Initiatives and the office of Study Abroad and Away held the annual Faculty Director Appreciation Reception and John E. Dolibois Faculty Award for Innovation in Global Programming presentation on Monday, November 13.
11/09/2017
Miami SLAM Alumni Build Exciting Careers in Major League Baseball
baseball-glove180x120.jpgThrough the SLAM program, Miami students get access to the resources and experiences that help them thrive in sport industry careers.
11/02/2017
STEM Educators Need to Keep Curiosity and Creativity Alive
stem-shoes-thumnail-image180x120.jpgAs teams of college students sorted through the random materials heaped upon the table, they were trying to solve a very specific engineering and design problem. And one they weren’t quite expecting either.
11/01/2017
Reframe Podcast: Episode 22
podcast-eudaimonia180x120.jpgEudaimonia
10/23/2017
The Way to Well-Being is Found Off the Beaten Path
jk180x120.jpg“The majority of work in exercise psychology has shown that if you exercise regularly, you will feel better,” Kimiecik says. “You will have enhanced self-esteem. You will have enhanced confidence. You will have heightened emotionality. So if you do that behavior, you will get these things. Okay. So why aren’t people doing that?”