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Apr 23, 2015
Miami students named Goldwater Scholar, Honorable Mention

Maeva Metz, a junior microbiology major and molecular biology minor from Brookfield, Conn., has received a Goldwater Scholarship. She is one of 260 students nationwide to receive the scholarship, the premier undergraduate award of its type in the fields of mathematics, natural science and engineering.

Apr 23, 2015
Miami Mock Trial places third at National Championship

The Miami University James Lewis Family Mock Trial program team placed third at the 2015 American Mock Trial Association National Championship Tournament held in Cincinnati, April 17-19.

Apr 22, 2015
Announcing the new Miami University-Mercy Health Affiliation

Miami University and Mercy Health-Cincinnati have formed the Miami University-Mercy Health Affiliation to collaborate on academic initiatives, to provide sports medicine services and to sponsor a student-athlete sports medicine and rehabilitation center.

Apr 20, 2015
Miami among Princeton Review's Green Colleges

Miami University is recognized in Princeton Review's Guide to 353 Green Colleges for 2015.

Apr 16, 2015
Genocide and Holocaust Education Program: "Responsibility to Acknowledge"

The annual Genocide and Holocaust Education Program at Miami continues with events April 20-24.

Apr 16, 2015
Rebecca Andrew's "tremendous" legacy helping Miami students achieve their research goals

This June, Miami University junior Jordan Martin will present his personality research on bonobos at the American Society of Primatology's annual meeting. He studied the endangered great apes at the Cincinnati Zoo last year.

Apr 13, 2015
Oxford Kinetics Festival: "Flight of the Flyer" April 19

The sixth annual Oxford Kinetics Festival, "Flight of the Flyer," will be held noon-5 p.m. Sunday, April 19, at Millett Hall. The festival — free and open to all — includes activities for all ages.

Apr 10, 2015
Success follows graduates of Miami's regional campuses

Among 2013-2014 graduates of Miami University’s College of Professional Studies and Applied Sciences, 88.3 percent were employed or enrolled in school as of fall 2014. In two of the programs – criminal justice and engineering technology – the rate was 100 percent.