TriHealth Nurses Reflect on the Past Year
Over a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, Becky Stephenson, L.P.N., Karla McClain, N.P. and Beth Tonyan, N.P. are starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. 
MJF students win 19 awards in SPJ Mark of Excellence
Miami University students today picked up a record 10 first-place and nine finalist awards for 2020 journalism work entered in the prestigious Mark of Excellence competition. A total of 22 Miami students won recognition. The awards – presented by the Society of Professional Journalists during a Saturday virtual conference – put Miami at No. 2 in SPJ’s Region 4 for 2020 MOEs.
Miami to hold vaccination clinics for students in April and May
Journal-News.com and WDTN Ch. 2, April 7
Jessica McCarty on the hazard of biomass burning
WJCT – Jacksonville and WUWF.org, April 7
CPB senior wins National Science Foundation award for future graduate research
Lexie Adams, a senior chemical engineering major, plans to attend Stanford University to continue studying chemical engineering. Her decision to attend Stanford comes just after finding out she is a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program award winner.
Nursing students stand ready as part of Miami's vaccination effort
As Miamians roll up their sleeves for COVID-19 vaccines, nearly 167 nursing students stand ready to help.
Miami names Ande Durojaiye dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science at the Regionals
Ande Durojaiye has been named dean of Miami University Regionals, College of Liberal Arts and Applied Science (CLAAS). He will start July 1. Durojaiye is the interim provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at Northern Kentucky University (NKU).
FSB entrepreneur-in-residence takes C-suite role in $1B startup
A Cincinnati lawyer will take on a new role, but will remain an Entrepreneur-in-Residence