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05/16/2018
Dr. Kyle Timmerman and Dr. Kevin Ballard named Fellows of the American College of Sports Medicine
Dr. Kyle Timmerman, Associate Professor of exercise science and Dr. Kevin Ballard, Assistant Professor of exercise science were recently named Fellows of the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM).
05/15/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 32
todd-edwards180x120.jpgMeaningful Math Education
05/08/2018
Miami partners with Lakota Schools for program to promote early literacy
Miami University has partnered with Lakota Schools on a program designed to promote early literacy. The program is designed for Miami University students to learn directly from current teachers at Lakota while providing extra support to the youngest readers at Creekside Early Childhood Schools.
05/01/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 31
adam-ortman-people180x120.jpgBeing Your Best Self
05/01/2018
SEOH May News
May is a busy month for students in the Special Education Online Hybrid program. Our spring courses wrap up on May 19, and the summer semester begins 3 days later on May 22! Read the news to get the details about summer courses, student teaching registration and an update to the licensure program course sequence.
04/30/2018
Saying "Goodbye" to Retiring EHS Friend and Colleague Won't be Easy
phyllis-retirement180x120.jpgAfter 32 years of service, Phyllis Mendenhall, the coordinator of advising for the department of teacher education will retire this spring. It will be a transition that marks the completion of a long and successful career helping students find and follow their own aspirations.
04/27/2018
Jennifer Gerstner, EHS alumna, and her class win spring Ohio Stock Market Challenge
jenn-gerstner-class180x120.jpgJennifer Gerstner, EHS alumna, is the Gifted Intervention Specialist for the Wyoming, OH elementary schools. Her students won first place in the spring Ohio Stock Market Challenge, which is a state-wide realistic investing game where students can invest their starting cash in any US-listed stock to build a fictitious portfolio.
04/25/2018
Helping People from All Walks of Life Cope, Confront, and Overcome
jason-bailey-hospital-1-180x120.jpg“Today was actually pretty good,” says Chelsey Gates. And as someone who often helps people get through their worst days, she is someone who knows when to appreciate the good. Gates is a social worker and outpatient community mental health therapist for Butler Behavioral Health Services. And on this particular day, she had been working with a client who was once a healthy young adult . . . until a car accident caused a traumatic brain injury, vision loss, and impaired cognitive functioning.
04/25/2018
2018 Douglas R Miller Graduate Scholarship Awarded
Noah Gilbert (2nd year school psychology graduate student) received the 2018 Douglas R Miller Graduate Scholarship