2019 President's Distinguished Service Award recipients = exceptional seniors
Miami University President Gregory Crawford honored 18 students whose service through campus life, community service, intellectual and cultural leadership or student employment demonstrate the spirit of being a citizen leader of uncommon quality.
25 years of showcasing student research: Undergraduate Research Forum April 23-24
Celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Miami University Undergraduate Research Forum April 23-24.
Miami students soon to pay 60% less for books
In joining the higher education consortium Unizin, Miami University ramps up digital learning and teaching while saving students an average of 60% versus hardcover textbooks.
Eight Miamians (students, a faculty member and alumni) offered Fulbright awards to conduct research or teach overseas
Eight Miamians (students, a faculty member and alumni) have been offered Fulbright awards to conduct research or teach overseas
Miami students receive EPA funding for research
Two Miami University student research teams have been selected to receive funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to continue research in their desired fields. The funding is provided through the EPA’s People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) grants program.
Miami honors those who promote diversity and inclusion
Faculty and staff members who embrace diversity and inclusion in their positions and across campus were honored with the inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Award at a ceremony this spring.
Bergeron named Miami hockey head coach
Miami University Director of Athletics David Sayler has chosen Chris Bergeron to be the sixth head coach in Miami hockey history.
Miami University ranks among nation's top 50 public schools
Miami University ranks among the nation’s top 50 public schools in the nation in a ranking by Business First.
On the move: $5.2 million funds four microbiologists' research from Acton Lake to Antarctica
A group of four microbiology researchers are working on five projects funded by more than $5.2 million in grants from three national agencies. Study sites range from nearby Acton Lake to Antarctica.