03/07/2019
Center for Career Exploration and Success grows, focusing on first-year students, diversity
“Early and often.” That’s the saying in Miami’s Center for Career Exploration & Success.
03/07/2019
Miami’s Goldman Prize awarded to students Blake Burrell and Megan Cremeans
Two Miami University students — juniors Blake Burrell and Megan Cremeans — are recipients of the 2019-2020 Joanna Jackson Goldman Memorial Prize. Burrell of New Philadelphia is an anthropology and psychology double major and physics minor. Cremeans of New Lexington is a political science and integrated social studies education double major.
03/07/2019
Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis receives Distinguished Woman of Color Award
Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis, a professor in English and global and intercultural studies at Miami University, is the recipient of the Jennie Elder Suel Distinguished Woman of Color Award for 2019.
02/27/2019
CBS News Chief Justice and Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues ('92) is Miami's 2019 spring commencement speaker
Three-time Emmy Award winner and CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues (Miami '92) will address graduates and families at Miami University's 180th spring commencement ceremony 1:30 p.m., Saturday, May 18, at Yager Stadium.
02/26/2019
"Tigerland, 50 years later": Hear from author Wil Haygood and a coach and players of the 1969 East High state championship teams
Southwest Ohio has an opportunity to hear from Wil Haygood, (Miami ’76), award-winning author, and some of the subjects of his critically acclaimed book, Tigerland, March 6.
02/22/2019
Promotion and tenure granted to 42
Miami University's board of trustees approved the promotion and/or tenure of 41 faculty members and one librarian at its Feb. 22 meeting.
02/22/2019
Miami's board of trustees approves long-term budget plan
The Miami University Board of Trustees voted today (Feb. 22) to approve a long-term budget plan to invest in growth and secure Miami's future.
02/21/2019
In Memoriam: Gerald "Jerry" Miller
Gerald “Jerry” Miller, who taught economics at Miami University for 40 years, died Feb. 16 after a brief battle with cancer. He was 73. Miller joined Miami’s department of economics as an instructor in 1971. He served as senior instructor and assistant chair from 1977 until 2007.
02/21/2019
Mineralogist John Rakovan: Solving the mysteries of the world's finest gold specimen with Los Alamos Neutron Science Center
With the help of one of the world’s most powerful linear accelerators, team of scientists have for the first time “looked” inside one of the most unique examples of wire gold.