Winners named in 2019 Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 Yeck Award
Alex Heilbron of Los Angeles, California, is the winner of the 2019 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award.
“It’s time to talk”: Upcoming faculty-led seminar tackles #MeToo at Miami
Sexual violence survivors often stay silent, but recently, their stories are deafening. They've been coming forward in waves, unearthing trauma and inspiring others to speak out and get involved.
Recycled laptops take burden off of financially strapped students
While scholarships and other aid programs may help with tuition and fees, prices for books, materials and the latest technology rack up, and for many students and their families, it can be overwhelming.
Fourteen Miami students, alumni named semifinalists in Fulbright competition
Fourteen Miami University students and alumni are semifinalists in the 2019-2020 Fulbright U.S. Student competition.
Celebrate Black History Month with these February events
Miami University hosts several events in celebration of Black History Month.
Guest speakers bring big, bold concepts to spring lectures
Miami University welcomes big names and big topics to campus during spring semester. The following is a list of some events that are free and open to the public.
Think spring inside The Conservatory at Miami Hamilton
From taking a Botanical Studies course to following the Conservatory on social media, Miami's Conservatory at the Hamilton campus offers many ways for the community to "think spring."
Designing a future for female entrepreneurs
At 20 years old, Summer Crenshaw (Miami ’03) was on a clear-cut path to her career. She was already working in public relations as an undergraduate at Miami University, touring with chart-topping bands and running national marketing campaigns in the entertainment industry.
Miami a "Best Value" per The Princeton Review
Miami is among just 200 universities and colleges recognized as one of the nation’s "Best Value Colleges," according to The Princeton Review.