11/13/2017
Miami's President Crawford a founding member of Presidents' Circle of CEO Action for Diversity and Inclusion
Miami University President Gregory Crawford is participating in the full CEO Action for Diversity & Inclusion™ group and with a newly formed group for higher education presidents.
11/09/2017
Film about Appalachian life and music has Miami connections
Warren and Judy Waldron love performing traditional Appalachian folk music. The Oxford area couple is known throughout Butler County for their bands — Jericho Old Time Band, Rabbit Hash String Band and Full Moon. They bring locals to their feet during square dances at the Oxford Community Arts Center and entertain children at the Farmers Market uptown. Soon, they’ll have a wider audience for their old-time music when they appear in Dale Farmer’s “Mountain Minor,” a film the Preble County man wrote and directed based on his family’s migration from the hills of Eastern Kentucky to Southern Ohio.
10/27/2017
President Crawford’s State of the University address online
Miami President Gregory Crawford set out his vision during his state-of-the-university address Thursday, Oct. 26
10/19/2017
Miami nationally recognized for increasing student civic engagement
Miami University received a Champion Award for its Freedom Summer App at the first-ever ALL IN Challenge Awards Ceremony on Oct. 19. The awards recognize colleges and universities committed to increasing college student voting rates and civic participation.
10/19/2017
Miami professor begins with pad and pencil in video game design
When it comes to designing video games, for Matthew Board it's all about the process that begins with pad and pencil.
10/19/2017
Climate change could decrease sun's ability to disinfect lakes, coastal waters
One of the largely unanticipated impacts of a changing climate may be a decline in sunlight's ability to disinfect inland lakes, rivers, and coastal waters.
10/19/2017
Miami Tribe and university strengthen relationship with new agreement
Kara Strass always felt connected to her Native American ancestry because of her grandmother, who often shared stories about her experiences growing up. But it wasn’t until Strass came to Miami University that she discovered other aspects of her identity.
10/16/2017
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to give Anderson Lecture
Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, is the speaker for the 2017 Anderson Distinguished Lecture Series presented by Miami University's Farmer School of Business. He will speak at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 30, at Millett Hall. The lecture is free and open to the public.
10/16/2017
Janus Forum welcomes fiscal experts Alice Rivlin and David Walker to discuss the national debt
This October, two prominent experts on the topic will meet on the Janus Forum stage to address the question, "Is the National Debt the New Road to Serfdom?"