Student athletes contribute to community
Twenty-eight incoming freshmen on the football, men's basketball and women's basketball teams participated in a community service project with the Oxford Family Resource Center this month.
Josh Fenton named commissioner of NCHC
The National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) Board of Directors named longtime Miami University administrator Josh Fenton conference commissioner. Fenton will begin his appointment as commissioner on July 15.
Miami's "Maintenance 7" more like Miami's Prevention 80
When pipes burst or electricity fails, the Maintenance 7 is Miami University's first-responder team - a team of about five, but backed by all 80 members of Miami's building maintenance department. Their weapon against disaster: Prevention.
Research makes science fiction reality
In the decades since Gene Roddenberry’s original Star Trek television series aired, every show of the science fiction entertainment franchise has featured a handheld portable scanning device known as the medical tricorder.  Used to diagnose medical conditions within seconds and take basic vital measurements, this non-invasive techno
Miami University Regionals' Artist Series returns this fall
Miami University Regionals' Artist Series returns this year with an outstanding lineup of performances that includes bluegrass, American roots music, blues and jazz at the Hamilton and Middletown campuses.
Miami University cited as "rising star" in Fiske Guide to Colleges 2014
Miami University, called "the honors public university in one of the nation's largest states," is included in the Fiske Guide to Colleges' list of the "best and most interesting colleges and universities" in the country for 2014. The guide also recognizes Miami's architecture, business and music programs as being strong. Colleges featured in the g
Miami Nation historical collection now online
A new digital collection from the Miami University Libraries will highlight the history of the Miami people. The Myaamia Collection Online will showcase digital versions of significant resources held in the Walter Havighurst Special Collections that document the history and culture of the Miami (Myaamia) people. The result of an agreement between
Tuition and budget set; new names for several university areas
Miami University trustees today (June 21) voted to raise tuition 1.5 percent, or $199, for the 2013-2014 school year for undergraduates at the Oxford campus. In-state students will pay $13,266 in tuition; out-of-state students will pay $29,056, also a 1.5 percent increase. The state legislature had approved increases of up to 2 percent but, throug
Two national trustees appointed to Miami board
New national trustees were appointed to Miami's board of trustees at the June meeting: Terry Hershey (Miami '69) and John Altman (Miami '60). Hershey, of Denver, taught journalism at Northern Illinois University and then managed a chain of newspapers in suburban Chicago. She joined Time Warner Inc. in 1981 and spent more than 25 years with the com