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04/27/2016
At the intersection of History, Philosophy, and Policy
The Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Miami University is aimed at practitioners in the P-12 educational field who seek to grow in their knowledge of school leadership, policy, and best practice while attaining a degree commensurate with their high level of scholarship and intellectual challenge.
04/26/2016
A Very Special Graduation
Mary Webb, a recent graduate from the Educational Leadership Ph.D. program, did not graduate with the usual ceremony held on the Oxford campus.
04/26/2016
EHS Associate Dean elected to Vice President of the American Educational Research Association (AERA)
Denise Taliaferro Baszile joins Dean Michael Dantley on the leadership team of the American Educational Research Association. Dr. Baszile was selected as Vice President of Division B (Curriculum Studies).
04/26/2016
Internationalizing the Student Affairs in Higher Education Program
SAHE students travel to explore higher education institutions and student services organizations around the world.
04/25/2016
Department of Educational Psychology faculty member awarded Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
Congratulations to Miami University Department of Educational Psychology professor Darrel Davis for being awarded the 2016 Knox Distinguished Teaching Award!
04/25/2016
The Currere Exchange
The Department of Educational Leadership's PhD program in "Leadership, Culture and Curriculum" (LCC) is hosting a new conference called the Currere Exchange this summer, June 1-3, 2016, at Miami's own Marcum Conference Center.
04/25/2016
Rupturing Silence
Photos by: Taylor M. Meredith
04/19/2016
Community Based Leadership in the Dominican Republic
Throughout their time in the Jarabacoa and Santo Domingo communities, students met with a vast array of leaders working on improving the lives of children living in poverty.
04/18/2016
Z Nicolazzo, SAHE Ph.D. grad, wins Dissertation of the Year Award
Z Nicolazzo, graduate of the Ph.D. program in Student Affairs and Higher Education, has won the 2015 Marylu McEwen Dissertation of the Year Award from one of the largest student affairs professional organizations, the American College Student Personnel Association.