10/29/2018
Senate News, October 22, 2018
Senators approved consent calendar items and discussed the Ad-Hoc Committee's charge at the October 22, 2018, meeting.
10/29/2018
A miracle of 1968-1969: State championships in two sports by one all-black high school
Mark Whitaker, writer for The Washington Post, reviews Tigerland: 1968-1969: A City Divided, a Nation Torn Apart, and a Magical Season of Healing.
10/29/2018
Miami University to Participate in Cincinnati's First Podcast Festival
Cincinnati's First Podcast Festival will take place on November 1 and 2. As part of the festival’s culture track, Miami University's College of Education, Health and Society (EHS) will present a session titled, “Accelerating Social Change Through Digital Storytelling,” which will feature the EHS podcast Reframe.
10/29/2018
Florentine woman gives tourists an Italian food education
Mackenzie Rossero spent the summer of 2018 in Florence, Italy, through the study abroad program, "Florence, Italy: Writing, Media and Culture," sponsored by the Department of Media, Journalism & Film and led by professor Daniele Fioretti
10/28/2018
Celebrating Thanksgiving with ISSS
With the annual ISSS Thanksgiving Dinner approaching, we asked four Miami students what they are thankful about at Miami.
10/28/2018
Where in the World is Miami Wednesday From: Brazil
This week we are featuring Miami Junior, Beatriz Su, who is an international student from Brazil. We asked her about her experience so far at Miami, and what life as an international student is like.
10/26/2018
Challenge accepted: Nearly 6,000 one-on-one conversations in 6 weeks
Miami's resident assistant team met with more than 75 percent of residential students in the first month and half of fall semester.
10/26/2018
David Seidl named vice president for information technology at Miami
David Seidl has been named vice president for information technology and chief information officer at Miami University. He will begin his new position Dec. 3.
10/26/2018
Former School Teacher Brings Cross-Curricular Robotics to Students Everywhere
When Katie Henry began her career teaching second grade in a local Ohio school district, she never dreamed it would lead her to where she is today.