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Oct 08, 2015
Global Rhythms 20th anniversary celebration concert Oct. 17

The Global Rhythms World Music ensemble celebrates its 20th anniversary in a special concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, in Hall Auditorium.

Oct 07, 2015
Are charter schools responding to parent dissatisfaction?

With charter school legislation in debate this week in Ohio, Miami University faculty member Andrew Saultz' recent study reviewing the supply side of charter schools reveals some interesting findings about where new charter schools locate.

Oct 05, 2015
Miami joins university coalition committed to affordability, access, and success

Miami University is part of the new Coalition for Access, Affordability, and Success, a league of more than 80 public and private colleges and universities that aim to make the college admission application process more personal and fulfilling for all students.

Oct 02, 2015
Cornucopia: Public sculpture framed by Upham Hall embodies balance

Changing with the seasons, "Cornucopia has been living on site since May. Visit soon before it moves to the Edge of the Farm Conservation Area after fall break.

Oct 01, 2015
Amy Summerville, Jennifer Blue and Brian Kirkmeyer awarded NSF grant to boost student success in STEM fields

Three Miami faculty have received a multiyear $360,000 award from the National Science Foundation (NSF to conduct research on student performance in a pre-engineering course.

Oct 01, 2015
Four faculty members receive Distinguished Teaching Awards

Andrea Ridilla, Ellen Yezierski, Peter Jamieson and Norm Krumpe each received the University Distinguished Teaching Award for their excellence in teaching.

Sep 30, 2015
Student SAT scores place Miami among "Smartest Colleges"

Miami University ranks 31st in a ranking of the top 105 "Smartest Public Colleges in America," based on students' SAT scores.

Sep 28, 2015
Winners named in 2015 Young Sculptors Competition

Derrick Velasquez of Denver, Colo., is the winner of the 2015 Miami University Young Sculptors Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award