09/01/2016
Moments of awe: Students in Schola Cantorum reflect on opportunity of a lifetime
Miami's Schola Cantorum (Singing School), an ensemble of male student vocalists led by Jeremy Jones, had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity this summer to perform and record historical music with a professional ensemble in Sewden.
08/24/2016
Students describe their research on eye development
Students in the College of Arts and Science learn to solve real-world problems through undergraduate research experiences.
08/18/2016
Watch how chemistry research provides paths to professional careers
Students in the College of Arts and Science learn to solve real-world problems through undergraduate research experiences.
08/04/2016
Watch: Humanities research students study Panama's music, Bible-based theme parks and media portrayals of women in the Middle East
Humanities faculty and undergraduate students in Miami University's College of Arts and Science describe their research projects.
07/28/2016
Video tells the story of the common thread of independent research studies
Students in the College of Arts and Science learn to solve real-world problems through undergraduate research experiences.
06/30/2016
Teaching tops the menu for Jason Puckett
Jason Puckett credits his culinary success to people mentoring him in his earlier years. It's only fitting that now he teaches students his expertise in food service.
05/12/2016
Gerald Yearwood to receive Cincinnati's DiversityFIRST award
Gerald Yearwood, senior administrative director of the office of diversity affairs, has been selected as one of Cincinnati’s 2016 DiversityFIRST award winners.
04/28/2016
1971 rewind: John Hurd's 45-year-old "Tragedy" goes from vinyl to digital
Students know John Hurd makes the best sandwiches on campus, dubbing him the "Deli Lama."
03/23/2016
Holi festival
Miami University students celebrated Holi early this year (March 12) since March 23, the actual date, is during spring break.