Peter Jamieson mentors four undergraduate summer scholars
Part of a series of Miami Moments highlights on Undergraduate Research, summer 2015. By Susan Meikle, university news and communications, meiklesb@MiamiOH.edu
Maria Dellapina is "living my vision" at Miami: doing research and working with faculty
Part of a series of highlights on Undergraduate Research, Summer 2015. Maria Dellapina, Miami-Hughes intern: amphibian conservation research with Michelle Boone, associate professor of biology.
Video game experiment leads to insights into sexism
Using a popular video game, Jeffrey Kuznekoff, Miami Middletown assistant professor, and his Australian-based colleague gained insights that may unlock some of the doors blocking gender equality in the workplace.
Anthropology utilizes new technology to share artifacts with the world
Jeb Card hopes that advances in the utilization 3-D scanners and printers will bring about new teaching techniques for his classes.
Anthropology Team Submits Top 2015 FMIP Paper
Anthropology students in Dr. James Bielo’s class were recognized by FMIP for data collection and analysis of how refugees are portrayed in the social media efforts of national refugee organizations using discourse analyses.
High GPA leads to interview; Good interview leads to job
Good grades get you an interview; other qualities may land you the job.
Miami professor leads an international team to create cultural-centered mental health education
They may be as subtle as pronoun use, but cultural differences take on significance for mental health professionals, according to Miami University's Vaishali Raval, who will lead a team to develop teaching curricula with a global perspective.
New research laboratory at Lacawac Sanctuary enhances Miami's Center for Aquatic and Watershed Sciences
A new laboratory for research and environmental education was launched last month at Lacawac Sanctuary and Biological Field Station in Pennsylvania — one of the field sites of Miami University's Center for Aquatic and Watershed Sciences (CAWS).
Ohio's progress in long-term care services is considerable, but challenges remain
With more than 2.5 million people over the age of 60, Ohio has the 7th largest older population in the country, and researchers at Miami University's Scripps Gerontology Center say policymakers, consumer groups and care providers need to get ready for unprecedented growth.
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