Student Affairs Council
The University Senate delegates its authority in the realm of student social conduct rules and regulations to the Student Affairs Council, a semi-autonomous governing body, which also has legislative authority in the general realm of nonacademic student affairs.
University trustees affirm dean appointments, approve operating budget
Miami University trustees in their May 18 meeting affirmed the appointments of professor of computer and information technology and interim dean Cathy Bishop Clark as dean of Miami Regionals as of July 1 and affirmed professor of accountancy Marc A. Rubin as dean of the Farmer School of Business and Mitchell P. Rales Chair in Business Leadership as of March 1.
Graduate Council
The authority to recommend graduate program policy to the University Senate shall reside in the Graduate Council. The Graduate Council shall be composed of twelve (12) elected faculty representatives and three (3) graduate student representatives.
Salary | Unclassified Administrative Staff and Faculty
This policy addresses: Pay Schedules; Compensation; Salary Increments; and Supplemental and Summer Pay for Grants and Contracts.
Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses visits Washington D.C. to present Campus Mentors program
leah-washington-dc180x120.jpgLeah Wasburn-Moses, Professor of special education recently traveled to Washington D.C. to present the Campus Mentors program to Venicia Richardson, the Director of Teacher Quality for the US Department of Education.
Two Miami teams place in DOE's Race to Zero Competition
team-optimize.jpgThey combine sustainability, accessibility, and cost-effectiveness into homes
ASG Outstanding Professor promotes power electronics with practical passion
mark-scott.jpgMark Scott pushes his students to build and understand the impact of their design choices
Meet Department of Psychology Staff Member Pam Turner
pam-turner-2018.jpgArticle on Mrs. Pamela Turner, Administrative Research Assistant, Miami University Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs
Miami anticipates welcoming largest incoming class
Ohio Ag Connection.com, May 16 (subscription may be required)