Stacey Lowery Bretz elected chair of the American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Education
Stacey Lowery Bretz, University Distinguished Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has been elected Chair of the Division of Chemical Education in the American Chemical Society for 2021. The American Chemical Society (ACS) is one of the world’s largest scientific organizations.
Looking ahead into 2021: What's on the horizon at Miami?
As Miami University prepares for the start of spring semester on Jan. 25, here’s a look at headlines that highlight some of the efforts already underway or on the horizon in 2021.
Myaamia Center's National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages receives NEH grant
The Myaamia Center's National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages was recently awarded a $349,442 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant.
Miami to erect statue in honor of basketball icon Wayne Embry (Miami '58)
"The pride I have as a Miami of Ohio alumnus is deep and I am genuinely grateful and touched to have the enduring honor," said Embry, A statue capturing his likeness and signature hook shot will become the first honoring an African American alumnus at Miami University.
Miami University-based initiative receives $6 million to aid mental wellness for Ohio's K-12 students and staff
$6 million from the Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) fund will support the Ohio School Wellness Initiative to aid mental health and substance use supports for Ohio’s K-12 students and staff. The project team is led by Cricket Meehan, director of Miami's Center for School-Based Mental Health Programs.
Editors' picks: 10 Miami media highlights of 2020
Our 10 editors' picks for 2020 provide a reflection of this past year.
Ten Miami news highlights for 2020
As the Miami University community prepares for winter break and the new year, here’s a look back at 10 headlines that captured the innovation, recognition and collaborations in 2020.
Miami community helps make 2020 holiday season a little brighter: Food drives, meals swipe donations and more
Although many holiday season donation campaigns were cancelled on campus this year due to the pandemic, Miami community members came together to help those in need. Some of the projects this year were modified or scaled back from previous years, but they made an impact.
Memories of the Arecibo Telescope: A Q-and-A with Miami space physicist Qihou Zhou
Puerto Rico’s famed Arecibo Observatory telescope collapsed last week, ending an era of world-class research. Miami space physicist Qihou Zhou has likely logged more time than anyone else using the facility. Read our Q-and-A with him about his years at Arecibo.