04/10/2017
University Libraries recognize distinguished service
Bryan Partner, senior library technician within King Library’s Center for Information Management, was honored Thursday as the Miami University Libraries’ 2017 Distinguished Service Award winner.
04/10/2017
Silvoor Biological Sanctuary celebration planned for April 23
A celebration will be held at Silvoor Biological Sanctuary from noon-3 p.m. Sunday, April 23, to thank those who have devoted time and energy to local conservation efforts, especially in the Silvoor preserve.
04/07/2017
Symposium: Agricultural Legacies/Rural Opportunities in Southwest Ohio, April 14
A food and farm symposium, "Agricultural Legacies/Rural Opportunities in Southwest Ohio," offers presentations and panel discussions on agricultural history, local food systems and rural communities,1-5:30 p.m. Friday, April 14.
04/07/2017
Former Boston police commissioner to give Wilks Leadership Lecture
Edward Davis will present "Policing in America: The Changing Landscape of Our Cities and Law Enforcement's Role in Protecting Our Communities" from 7-8:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 12, in Wilks Theater at the Armstrong Student Center.
04/07/2017
Miami Regionals' nursing students host community health fairs
Miami University Regionals' nursing department is hosting two community health fairs.
04/07/2017
Miami to no longer hold public auction, plans for surplus items coming soon
Effective for 2017, Miami will no longer hold a public auction at Millett Hall.
04/06/2017
FSB Dean Matt Myers accepts dean role at Southern Methodist University
fsb-spring-shot.jpgMatt Myers, dean of Miami University’s Farmer School of Business and Mitchell P. Rales Chair of Business Leadership, will leave Miami June 30 to become dean of the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University.
04/06/2017
It’s On Us Week April 9-15
onus-logo.jpgMiami University’s It’s On Us Week is April 9-15 to coincide with Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
04/06/2017
Ray Mock to retire as alumni director July 31
ray-mock.jpgThe most poignant event for Ray Mock during his 31-year career in Miami’s alumni office wouldn’t have happened if he hadn’t listened to his staff.