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05/04/2017
EHS undergraduates to conduct research this summer
Thirteen students from EHS were selected to conduct faculty-mentored research through the Undergraduate Summer Scholars (USS) program.
05/03/2017
Faculty receive grant for $1 million to introduce Miami University's Noyce Scholarship Program
edt-zoo-museum-180x125.jpgThe project is a partnership involving the university’s College of Education, Health and Society, College of Arts and Science and Urban Teaching Cohort program in collaboration with Cincinnati Public School and Middletown City School districts in Ohio.
05/01/2017
12 promoted to senior lecturer or senior clinical faculty
Provost Phyllis Callahan approved the promotion of 12 lecturers and clinical faculty members to senior lecturers and clinical faculty members, effective July 1, 2017.
05/01/2017
May SEOH Program News
May is a busy month for students in the Special Education Online Hybrid program. Our spring courses wrap up on May 13, and the summer semester begins the following week on May 16. Read the news to get the details.
04/28/2017
EDP alumna named Dean of CSULB College of Education
shireen-pavri-180x125.jpgOfficials at CSULB recently announced that Dr. Shireen Pavri has been selected as the next dean for the College of Education.
04/25/2017
EDP student receives Marjorie Post Farrington Scholarship
catlyn-waltemire-180x125.jpgCongratulations, Catlyn Waltemire!
04/25/2017
EHS alumna named new Executive Director of the National Network for Educational Renewal
The NNER is a membership network dedicated to the simultaneous renewal of schools and the institutions that prepare teachers.
04/24/2017
Twenty-three students earn President's Distinguished Service Award
Miami University President Gregory Crawford honored 23 students for their contributions to campus and the community through service and leadership.
04/24/2017
Miami University Women’s Baseball Club Challenges Convention and Conformity
womens-baseball-180x125.jpgAll her life, Catie Beaman has loved baseball. Her whole family loved baseball. She played minor league and little league. For years, she played across various intermediate youth leagues, and on and on. She played baseball every chance she could. And she played right up until the very moment... she couldn’t.