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Dec 11, 2018
Mark Curnutte recognized for coverage of race and social justice issues

Mark Curnutte, a journalism instructor at Miami and a Cincinnati Enquirer reporter who focuses on race and social justice issues, was awarded the Governor's 2018 Nuestro Amigo.

Dec 11, 2018
Miami University is recognized for its commitment to helping veterans and service members

Miami University is committed to helping veterans and service members achieve their higher education goals. That commitment has led to Miami being recognized by the Veterans Administration as a university that supports the “8 Keys to Veterans' Success” and being listed on the Veterans Administration registry.

Dec 06, 2018
Miami Jewish community reflects true meaning of Hanukkah amid national tension

In late October, the Miami University Jewish community and its allies stood together and grieved as one, mourning the 11 lives lost during a mass shooting at a Pittsburgh synagogue. This month, they gathered again and celebrated where a vigil was once held.

Dec 05, 2018
Miami to award 1,299 diplomas during fall commencement

Miami University will present 1,299 degrees during its fall commencement ceremony to be held at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, in Millett Hall. President Gregory Crawford will preside at the ceremony.

Dec 05, 2018
Miami's greenhouses: Overflowing with plants and research

With new faculty in plant biology, the new Institute for Food farm and new LED lighting, Miami's Belk greenhouse is overflowing with plants and research.

Nov 29, 2018
Ellen Yezierski and Jay Smart receive mentor awards

Ellen Yezierski and Jay Smart each received recognition for their mentor work with students.

Nov 27, 2018
John Bailer named 2018 AAAS Fellow

John Bailer, University Distinguished Professor and chair of statistics, has been named a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

Nov 15, 2018
As hate crimes rise across the U.S., a Miami team researches political motivations and prosecution

Two weeks after a mass shooting in Pittsburgh, what's being called the largest anti-Semitic attack in U.S. history, the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirms bias-motivated attacks are on the rise.