Coles to be inducted into MAC Hall of Fame
Former Miami University men's basketball head coach and 1965 alumnus Charlie Coles is one of seven individuals who will be inducted into the Mid-American Conference Hall of Fame on Tuesday, May 13, during the MAC Honor's Dinner in Cleveland.
Jonah Goldberg and Eugene Robinson headline Miami's third JANUS Forum
Miami University's JANUS Forum, a public platform for political thought leaders from all perspectives to discuss important and timely topics, welcomes Jonah Goldberg and Eugene Robinson at this year's event. The third JANUS Forum, "The Proper Role of Government in a Free Society," begins at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 19, in the Wilks Theater at the Armstrong Student Center.
State approves new bachelor's degrees at Miami's regional campuses
Miami University's regional campuses in Hamilton and Middletown will launch two new four-year degree programs in the department of justice and community studies beginning this fall.
Money not the only reason students work their way through college
Thousands of Miami students work their way through college, honing their time management skills and earning other valuable experience along the way.
Harry T. Wilks, Miami trustee, patron, alumnus, has died
Harry T. Wilks, a retired attorney, visionary and friend to Miami University, died, March 11, his 89th birthday.
Several Miami grad programs rank among best in the U.S.
Several of Miami University's graduate programs place in the top 100 of U.S. News and World Report's 2015 edition of Best Graduate School Rankings, released March 11. Miami's speech-language pathology and part-time MBA programs ranked 52 and 57 respectively.
Lecture Series: Jose Antonio Vargas, "Define American," March 17
Journalist Jose Antonio Vargas will present “Define American: Let's Talk About Immigration” at 8 p.m. Monday, March 17, in Hall Auditorium. The lecture concludes the Miami University 2013-2014 Lecture Series.
March Mozart Madness: Celebrating the music of Mozart
"March Mozart Madness," a weeklong celebration of the music of Mozart, will culminate in a performance of Mozart's "Requiem" on Saturday, March 15
Two Miami computer science courses recognized as "exemplars"
Two courses in Miami's College of Engineering and Computing are recognized as "exemplar" in the "CS2013" — computer science curriculum guidelines that form the basis for most computer science curricula worldwide.