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. 
Miami humanities faculty create new minor that puts the “care” in health care
Do you ever feel like just a number when visiting the doctor’s office?
New History Channel series produced by Miami alumni
Three Miami University alumni are behind a new docuseries, The American Farm, which will premiere at 10 p.m. Thursday, April 4, on the History Channel.
Business fraternity chapter wins big at Nationals again
For the 14th time in 21 years, PSE Miami is the top sales and marketing fraternity chapter in the nation.
After an overdose: Miami researchers study opioid overdose effects on the brain in ongoing drug crisis
More than 130 people per day die from an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control. At the current rate, you’re at greater risk of dying from an opioid overdose than you are from dying in a car accident.
Miami students take alternatives to spring break and volunteer
Service learning projects take Miami University students across the country during spring break 2019.
Valerie Ubbes is persistent in helping others share health education
Valerie Ubbes has made it her mission to improve health literacy, a passion that began in 1995.
Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced
Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards for 2019 have been announced.
Distinguished Scholar Award recipients for 2019: Brudzinski, Bush and Norris
Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2019 have been presented to Mike Brudzinski, Kevin Bush and Stephen Norris.