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Jul 06, 2015
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.

Jul 01, 2015
Miami's Public Ivy experience lauded in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2016

The Fiske Guide to Colleges 2016 recognizes Miami University for "gaining national recognition as an excellent state university that has the true look and feel of a private." It has one of the best graduation rates in the nation among public institutions.

Jun 26, 2015
Miami trustees freeze all in-state tuition for fall

Miami University’s board of trustees today (June 26) approved a 0 percent increase in tuition for in-state students for all campuses and programs for 2015-2016. The decision is made possible through an anticipated increase in the amount appropriated through the state budget to be passed by the legislature.

Jun 25, 2015
Maeva Metz awarded Astronaut Scholarship

Maeva Metz, a senior microbiology major and molecular biology minor from Brookfield, Conn., has been awarded an Astronaut Scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF).

Jun 25, 2015
Miami students among those helped with state internship and co-ops program

Erika Spragg is among nearly 2,500 students at Ohio universities, community colleges and technical centers who benefited from new or expanded co-op and internship programs in the last two years, thanks to Ohio Means Internships & Co-ops (OMIC).

Jun 18, 2015
Ready, set "Go Baby Go": Engineering students help children get moving

With just some PVC pipe, foam pool noodles and basic electronics, Miami University engineering students designed a way for local children with mobility disabilities to move.

Jun 11, 2015
Opt-out movement in Ohio small but significant, say Miami researchers

Michael Evans and Andrew Saultz wanted to learn more about the national movement to opt out of standardized testing. They started with Ohio, discovering not widespread, but distinct pockets of dissent.

Jun 11, 2015
Where is CHIKV virus headed? Miami prof proposes model

An assistant professor in Miami University's department of computer science and software engineering has won $10,000 for a computer model forecasting where the Chikungunya (CHIKV) mosquito-borne virus is likely to spread next.