11/12/2019
Alumnus and NBC executive Rick Ludwin dies
Rick Ludwin ’70, a longtime NBC executive credited for getting “Seinfeld” on the air, died Sunday, Nov. 10, after a brief illness. He was 71.
11/12/2019
Miami’s Institute for Entrepreneurship 5th among U.S. public universities
The John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship at Miami University's Farmer School of Business is ranked 5th among public undergraduate colleges and universities in the 2020 Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine rankings.
11/05/2019
What's in a number? Let's start with 10
For Miami's statistics department's 10th year, a Nov. 7-8 anniversary program includes workshops, networking for students and alumni, and a live broadcast of the Stats + Stories podcast.
11/05/2019
Miami teams win Ohio esports battle; academic program grows
Esports at Miami are growing in the classroom and in collegiate competition.
11/01/2019
New book looks at ISIS and its savvy use of media
Miami University's Rosemary Pennington warns that savvy use of media by the Islamic State group ISIS could sustain its terrorist network despite the recent reported killing of its leader.
10/29/2019
Graduate Research Forum Nov. 1: 140 presentations, posters and art displays
Graduate students from all divisions will present more than 140 oral sessions, poster presentations and art displays at the Graduate Research Forum Nov. 1.
10/24/2019
State support helps Miami serve more students with disabilities
College2Careers supports vocational rehabilitation counselor position.
10/24/2019
Museums Miami Center brings entities under one umbrella
Miami's seven museums and museum-like entities have joined forces under one umbrella organization, the Museums Miami Center. The Council of Academic Deans approved the request to establish the interdisciplinary university center.
10/24/2019
Participate in Miami First-Generation College Celebration Nov. 8
Miami University will celebrate the 3,144 first-generation students on its campuses during a First-Generation College Celebration on Friday, Nov. 8. The event, held as part of the National First-Generation College Celebration, recognizes those who are first in their families to go to college.