What tombstones can tell us
Try tracking your ancestors without the help of technology. Miami University professor Steven Tuck used 2,000-year-old records and found survival and prosperity in 79 AD.
Armstrongs establish AIMS Scholars at Miami
A $6 million donation from Mike and Anne Gossett Armstrong (both Miami '61) will establish the Mike and Anne Armstrong Interactive Media Studies (AIMS) Scholars.
New university events calendar reflects the pulse of Miami
Comprehensive calendar displays events from all Miami campuses and groups.
Wil Haygood receives Ohioana Award for "Tigerland"
Miami University's Wil Haygood will receive the 2019 Ohioana Award for best book about Ohio or an Ohioan this fall.
Miami University named among The Princeton Review’s best colleges
Miami University is one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education, The Princeton Review reports.
Miami University to host 2020 National Civil Rights Conference
The 10th annual National Civil Rights Conference will be at Miami University June 22-23, 2020.
Miami students receive national scholarships to support study abroad programs
Several Miami University students have received national scholarships to support their study abroad programs this summer and fall.
Cybersecurity pros convene at Miami University
Cybersecurity and information professionals from the worlds of banking, insurance, pharmaceuticals, IT and others are meeting for a Cybersecurity Summit at Miami University, Monday, July 29.
Alumnus Bo Bridges is action photography's "Indiana Jones"
Bo Bridges (Miami ’96) majored in art with a focus on photography because he wanted a career that would keep him outdoors.