Avnika Bali, Jana Cable named Astronaut Scholars
astro-combo.jpgAvnika Bali, a senior biochemistry and biological physics double major from Oxford, and Jana Cable, a senior microbiology major from Bowling Green, have been awarded Astronaut Scholarships from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation (ASF).
Trio surpasses $7,000 fundraising goal, expects to finish river journey Thursday
They've been counting down the number of days until they reach their destination, where the Ohio River joins the Mississippi.
Miami trustees set tuition for 2017-2018
Miami University trustees have approved tuition rates for the 2017-2018 academic year following Ohio’s legislature passing its budget for the fiscal year starting July 1.
Snow leopard begins a new legacy at Miami University
olga-headshot.jpgWith few museums in the world having snow leopards on display. it’s even more rare to find one on a university campus. But Olga the snow leopard has joined a growing zoological resource for students at Miami University.
Dedication of Ohio historical marker for Percy MacKaye and "The Poet's Shack"
Percy MacKaye shack.pngAn Ohio historical marker for Percy MacKaye — Miami's and America's first writer-in-residence — and "The Poet's Shack" will be dedicated at Miami University at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 21.
National Civil Rights Conference honors Miami
Miami University's Western College Alumnae Association and Ann Elizabeth Armstrong will receive 2017 Civil Rights and Social Justice awards from the National Civil Rights Conference.
Got game? Miami's esports teams do - at a national level
Miami University's esports teams have made a name for themselves at the national level in their first year as a varsity sport.
Musicians listen to their bodies to play without pain
You won't find pulling a hamstring on the list of common injuries facing violin and viola players. But the refined movements of playing these instruments can lead to long-term and potentially career-ending injury.
Gov. John Kasich addresses student leaders at Buckeye Boys State
Ohio Gov. John Kasich was at Millett Hall Monday morning to address about 1,200 male high school leaders on campus for the eight-day American Legion Buckeye Boys State program.