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Eight Miami students named semifinalists in Fulbright competition
Eight Miami University students have been recommended by the U.S. National Screening Committee as semifinalists in the 2017-2018 Fulbright U.S. Student Program competition.
EHS student selected for the Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize
caterpillar-180x125.jpgCongratulations to senior Quentin Russell!
February SEOH Program News
Read this month's news to review February's live session schedule, the spring registration deadline for financial aid, find spring graduation information and a change in the summer schedule.
Dept. of Psychology takes initiative with improving mental-health among children
Miami's Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs (CSBMHP) has been a university-based center since 1998. Housed within the Department of Psychology, the CSBMHP aims to implement effective programs to improve healthy psychological development of children and to reduce mental and behavioral health barriers to learning
Shaun Harper to host diversity and inclusive excellence sessions
Recognized by Education Week as one of the 12 most influential professors in education, Shaun Harper will visit Miami University to host interactive sessions on diversity and inclusive excellence on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Miami "genius grant" winner Daryl Baldwin to address graduates May 13
Daryl Baldwin, director of the Myaamia Center at Miami University and a leader in Native American language and cultural revitalization, will be the commencement speaker at Miami’s ceremony 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at Yager Stadium.
A Culturally Relevant Lens Brings 21st Century Teaching into Focus
edt-190-180x125.jpgEducation has enjoyed a long tenure of making a positive impact on both culture and society. Teachers, the good ones, have the power to change lives and build brighter futures. And because teachers are, in very real ways, responsible for forging paths of learning and self-discovery, it is a system that often attracts a passion for helping students find a meaningful place and purpose in the world.
A Cautionary Tale and a Call to Action: The Performance Management Parallels between Teachers and Physicians
saultz-afm-180x125.jpgBoth face increasing legislative pressure to conform to various data-driven performance management metrics and outcomes-based measurements.