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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.
Teacher Education students present at OCTELA conference
octela-conference.jpgTwo students from Miami University’s Department of Teacher Education, Emma Hauer and Alyssa Ponder, presented alongside faculty member Dr. Tom Romano at the Ohio Council of Teachers of English Language Arts (OCTELA) Conference on February 25th.
STEAM event in Kinesiology and Health Department
With the guidance of Miami University’s Clinical Nutrition Faculty member, Nancy Parkinson, a combination of eighty elementary school students and their parents, nutrition, coding and engineering students, participated in the Third Annual STEAM conference this past Sunday.
Words of praise from our FSW students
Congratulations to our Family Studies and Social Work faculty members who received commendations from their students for the Center of Teaching Excellence!
Dietetics alumna works the innovation pipeline for Nestle
Kristen (Lazaroff) Stoehr shares her experience as an Associate Brand Manager at Nestle and how the Nutrition and Dietetics program at Miami University’s College of Education, Health and Society has helped her reach her goals.
Social Work Student Walks to Stop Executions
One of our Family Studies and Social Work Department students and recent Bachelor’s of Social Work graduate, Maggie Botts, took an active role in the 7-day “Walk to Stop Executions” from Lucasville Prison to the State House in Columbus advocating against Ohio’s death penalty.
Two Social Work Students Selected to Represent Miami University in the Propel Ohio Collegiate Leadership Summit
Two of our Department of Family Studies and Social Work students, Veronica Redbud and Tiffany Holmes, were selected in a competitive application process to represent Miami University in the Propel Ohio Collegiate Leadership Summit hosted by Senator Sherrod Brown.