Miami's home page upgrades to a new look
Longtimers at Miami University might remember when the Miami home page was a nondescript shade of brown and, really, who needed photography?
Miami's Pi Sigma Epsilon chapter wins Top Marketing/Sales-Client Award
Miami University’s chapter of Pi Sigma Epsilon (PSE), a professional marketing and sales fraternity, won Top Marketing/Sales-Client at the 2017 National Convention.
New pedestrian island to offer safe crossing at Western Drive
The elimination of a marked crosswalk from the southeast side of Shriver Center across Patterson Avenue (U.S. 27) to Western Drive did not stop students and others from crossing that busy stretch of road.
Power down during campuswide electric outage planned test
Testing of the Oxford campus electric system will take place between 10 p.m. Thursday, May 18, and 4 a.m. Friday, May 19, causing multiple power outages.
In Memoriam: Cyril Daddieh
Cyril Daddieh, professor of political science, died on April 8 in Cincinnati at the age of 62.
East wing of Armstrong Student Center opens soon
ascew-walkway.jpgThe east wing of Armstrong Student Center nears completion with the Center for Career Exploration and Success moving into the lower level soon after commencement.
Miami employees find Options Travel "responsive" and "helpful"
options-travel.jpgResponsive and helpful are two words Miami employees use in describing Options Travel when scheduling their flights.
Brian Kirkmeyer and Norm Krumpe recognized for excellence in academic advising
brian-kirkmeyer.jpgBrian Kirkmeyer and Norm Krumpe received the 2017 Provost’s Excellence in Academic Advising Award.
Honors history major Jacob Bruggeman wins national History Scholar Award
Jacob Bruggeman, an honors sophomore double major in history and political science, was one of 15 students nationwide to receive a 2017 Gilder Lehrman History Scholar Award