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Sep 21, 2020
New Miami MiniMBA: Beyond Ready For the Future offers business credential program at no cost to alumni

As the coronavirus pandemic continues to batter the job market, Miami University is launching Miami MiniMBA: Beyond Ready For the Future, a series of free, online business modules that culminate in a Miami University professional certificate of completion.

Sep 15, 2020
Miami commits to carbon neutrality and climate resilience: Virtual PCLC signing ceremony Sept. 22

Join Miami President Greg Crawford, Second Nature's president Tim Carter, members of Miami's new Climate Action Task Force executive steering committee, the office of sustainability and the City of Oxford Mayor Mike Smith for a virtual ceremony at noon, Sept. 22.

Sep 14, 2020
Miami University is once again ranked a Top 50 national public university

Miami University is ranked No. 46 of best national public universities in the just-released U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges of 2021 guidebook.

Sep 14, 2020
Alicia Knoedler named Miami’s vice president for research and innovation

Alicia Knoedler will become Miami University’s vice president for research and innovation (VPRI) on Nov. 1. She is the former executive associate vice president for research and executive director of the Center for Research Program Development and Enrichment at the University of Oklahoma.

Sep 10, 2020
Five things to know as Miami students return to campus

Miami University will resume in-person and hybrid classes on campus beginning Monday, Sept. 21, as planned. Residential students will continue their phased move-in during the week of Sept. 14. Classes have been offered entirely online from Aug. 17-Sept. 20, and remote classes will continue for many students.

Sep 10, 2020
Miami photographers collaborate with curator for art museum's "Chasing Light" exhibition

Scott Kissell, senior university photographer, Jeff Sabo, photographic services director, Ron Scott, director of CraftSummer, and Jon Yamashiro, associate professor of art, worked with Jason Shaiman to select images from among the hundreds in the museum’s extensive collection of 20th century photographs.

Sep 09, 2020
Don’t let COVID be an excuse to marginalize older Americans

Among all the havoc that the coronavirus has wreaked on our society and our economy, perhaps the most quietly pervasive — and therefore the most insidious — is the casual dismissal of "the elderly," says Kate de Medeiros, professor of gerontology and a research fellow at Miami's Scripps Gerontology Center.

Sep 08, 2020
Miami University has announced that it will be resuming in-person and hybrid classes on campus beginning Monday, Sept. 21

Miami University has announced that it will be resuming in-person and hybrid classes on campus beginning Monday, Sept. 21, as planned.