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Miami University students help develop gaming ideas for AARP crowd
game-jam-thumbnail.jpgThe College of Education, Health and Society‘s Bob DeSchutter was featured in the Journal-News this week in an article profiling the 2016 Game Jam that took place this past weekend in the Engaging Technology Lab.
Teacher Education Alum featured for hiking
Congratulations to Miami University Department of Teacher Education alum Jeff Alt for being featured in the April 2016 issue of Country Living magazine!
Ohio Board of Regents grant awarded for graphic novel style inquiry based learning
The Ohio Department of Education has awarded a grant of $93,242.15 to Miami University College of Arts and Science and College of Education, Health and Society for their project entitled “Writing Inquiry Stories to Explore Science (WISE Science)."
April News
April news includes information regarding the April live session, upcoming job fair, course registration, and required M.Ed. forms.
Department of Educational Leadership faculty awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
rousmak-100x120.jpegCongratulations to Miami University Department of Educational Leadership professor Kate Rousmaniere for being awarded the awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion!
Teacher Education student awarded grant in the 2016-2017 Fulbright U.S. Student Program
Congratulations to Rebekah Harper, a senior Integrated English Language Arts Education major in the Department of Teacher Education at Miami University, for being awarded a grant in the 2016-2017 Fulbright U.S. Student Program grant competition.
Mindfulness and Contemplative Inquiry Center opens in EHS
The Mindfulness and Contemplative Inquiry Center opened its doors for the first time today.
Social Work alumna selected for President’s Distinguished Service Award
maggie-botts.jpgCongratulations to The Department of Family Studies and Social Work‘s recent graduate Maggie Botts who was selected for the President’s Distinguished Service Award given by Miami University’s Division of Student Affairs.
Department of Educational Leadership travels to Dominican Republic
edl-dominican-republic.jpgDuring their time in the Dominican Republic, students critically examined three concepts central to community-based leadership: democracy, civic engagement and leadership.