Nominations for Distinguished Woman of Color awards due Feb. 16
The Celebrating Global Sisterhood Committee is accepting nominations of faculty, staff, students and community members for the 2015 Jennie Elder Suel Distinguished Woman of Color Awards.
Alpha Phi sorority adds to AEDs on campus
A new automated external defibrillator (AED) is installed at Cook Field thanks to the Miami University chapter of Alpha Phi (Gamma Nu) sorority.
Oxford police investigate two deaths by gunshot: One victim is a Miami student
The Oxford Police Department notified Miami University officials this morning of the death of two young adults who appeared to die of gunshot wounds at an off-campus apartment complex. The university later learned the female victim is a Miami student.
All students invited: Start the Trend Challenge Feb. 21 to brainstorm culture changes in engineering
It doesn't matter your major, your age or your campus: Students in Miami University's Lockheed Martin Leadership Institute want any interested Miami student to join them Saturday, Feb. 21, for the Start the Trend Challenge, a day of creative thinking to tackle two engineering industry issues.
Miami Middletown celebrates 50th anniversary of groundbreaking
Fifty years ago this week, Miami broke ground on its Middletown campus. It was Ohio's first regional campus.
University Senate holds first meeting of spring semester
University Senate opened spring semester with a regular meeting Monday, Jan. 26.
Young Painters Competition: Awards ceremony and reception Jan. 30
The winner of the 2015 Miami University Young Painters Competition will be announced in an awards ceremony at 5:30 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30, in the Hiestand North Gallery.
Learn more about civil service reforms at open forums
Since the passage of House Bill 187, Ohio universities and colleges have had the opportunity to adopt their own civil service employment rules to better meet their employment needs. Miami University invites employees to open forums to learn more.
A renaissance in the making: Miami regional campuses in midst of transformative mission upgrade
President David Hodge wrote a guest column about the evolving structure of the regional campuses. An edited version of the column was published in the Monday, Jan. 26, issue of the Journal-News. Read the complete version online.