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08/01/2019
August SEOH News
Our August newsletter is tailored toward the new students beginning our program this fall. We address the sometimes confusing fact that our program utilizes the university's sprint terms, offer registration encouragement, and introduce students to the resources section of our website, a helpful repository of links to student success. And finally, we look forward to seeing all of our new students at our orientation program this month!
07/31/2019
Research by John Bowblis and Amy Roberts cited in Forbes article about importance of social workers in nursing homes
Nursing home residents and their families rely on social workers to help navigate the maze of decisions required to meet their often-changing health needs.
07/29/2019
Special Education #MoveInMiami Project
The Department of Educational Psychology is partnering with the Office of Annual Giving & Miami's major day-of-giving campaign, #MoveInMiami in support of its Special Education Scholarship Award fund.
07/26/2019
Study by Scripps Center of Gerontology says nursing homes lack social workers
Forbes.com July 26 (subscription may be required)
07/24/2019
Expectation, Bias, and the Profound Effect Coaches Can Have on Youth Sport
Dr. Thelma Horn, Miami University professor of sport leadership and managementAccording to Thelma Horn, Miami University professor of sport leadership and management, coaches can make or break sport for children. And, they can also have a profound effect on their physical and psychosocial development.
07/24/2019
Reframe: Episode 58
The Profound Impact of Coaches
07/24/2019
Major Insight: LGBTQ+ Activism Through Art and Literature
Featured Majors: Classical Humanities; Creative Writing; Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies
07/16/2019
Reframe: Episode 57
Make Youth Sport About Children. Not Adults.
07/11/2019
Miami listed among the best in new "Fiske Guide to Colleges"
Miami University's academic, research and personal growth opportunities make it among the nation’s best, according to the Fiske Guide to Colleges 2020.