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.
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.
Spring Career Fair to feature more than 210 employers
Miami University students seeking an internship or full-time job have an opportunity to interact with employers attending the Spring Career Fair from 1–5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21, at Millett Hall.
Art museum’s '40 at 40' celebration highlights unique pieces, donors and diversity
Art evokes emotion, both raw and thoughtful. In the same work that an artist finds peaceful expression, an audience can find grief and joy, activism and inspiration.
Opening Minds Through Art touts statewide expansion plans and available grant money among new updates
At a table set up with watercolors and bits of colored tissue paper, Myrna glides a paintbrush across a colored palette and creates new blends of colors on her paper.
Join Miami Feb. 23 for Love.Honor.Care
Love.Honor.Care is an initiative of Miami athletics spearheaded by Miami women's basketball to raise funds for Luna Cares, which benefits local cancer patients.
Grateful faculty member spearheads camp for kids impacted by a parent's cancer
Miami University is among five universities that recently received enough online voting to proceed with developing a Camp Kesem chapter to help children impacted by a parent's cancer.
Winners named in 2019 Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 Yeck Award
Alex Heilbron of Los Angeles, California, is the winner of the 2019 Miami University Young Painters Competition for the $10,000 William (Miami '36) and Dorothy Yeck Award.
“It’s time to talk”: Upcoming faculty-led seminar tackles #MeToo at Miami
Sexual violence survivors often stay silent, but recently, their stories are deafening. They've been coming forward in waves, unearthing trauma and inspiring others to speak out and get involved.