Not to be "eclipsed," Class of 2021 is strong in numbers, academics
orientation-crowd.jpgMiami University welcomes 3,864 members of the Class of 2021, the largest class in its history. More than half come from Ohio, with classmates enrolling from 43 other states and 18 countries.
First-year students to hear from mayor of "America's Best Community"
Hillbilly Elegy.jpgStephen T. Williams, mayor of Huntington, West Virginia, named "America's Best Community," is the keynote speaker for Miami University's Convocation Friday, Aug. 25.
Welcome Weekend and the First 50 Days provides steady merge into campus life for first-year students
megafair-balloon.jpgBuffy Stoll Turton admits it's a mouthful to say, but Welcome Weekend and the First 50 Days program for Miami University's incoming Class of 2021 is meant to be more than a taste.
New diversity and inclusion website to serve as virtual hub
d-i-big-banner.jpgA new diversity and inclusion website showcases Miami University community members working together to create an inclusive culture.
Honorary doctorates recognize lifetime achievements of two women
hooding-graduates.jpgIn addition to 22 doctoral degrees awarded during a special hooding ceremony Friday, Aug. 11, two accomplished women received honorary doctorates from Miami University.
Kimberly Hamlin receives NEH Public Scholar Award for Woman Citizen
Kimberly Hamlin, associate professor of history and global & intercultural studies, has been awarded with a prestigious Public Scholar Award from the National Endowment for the Humanities for her biography of suffragist Helen Hamilton Gardener, 'Woman Citizen'
Forbes places Miami among the Top 50 Public Colleges in America
walking.jpgMiami University is one of the Top 50 Public Colleges in America, according to Forbes' latest rankings.
Former Miami University coach Ara Parseghian dies at age 94
Ara-Parseghian-Miami-01.jpgLegendary coach and former alumnus Ara Parseghian, who guided the Miami University football program from 1951-55, died today, Aug. 2, at his home in Granger, Indiana. He was 94.
McGuffey's universally designed classroom provides inclusion and accessibility for all
studentinclusive180x120.jpgAt first glance, the classroom looks almost like any other. There are four walls, desks and chairs, a row of windows, and a white board up front.But look closer.And youÂ’ll see that this particular classroom involves so much more.