RecycleMania 2020 results
Results will serve as a baseline for our sustainability office as we channel efforts to areas needed to improve waste management here at Miami, Cecil Okotah said.
A true "Miami Family" will celebrate a 100-year tradition during commencement
When Maddie Brown graduates from Miami University this weekend, she will become a fourth-generation Miamian, continuing a family tradition started 100 years ago.
Ten years later, music major Aimee James returns to earn her Miami degree
Aimee James knows about overcoming challenges. Ten years ago, medical issues forced her to shelve her dream of earning a music degree from Miami University.  This weekend, she'll participate in Miami's virtual commencement ceremony.
Miami making hundreds of face shields to help health care workers
"I am so proud to be part of this team of talented engineers who came forward with ways to manufacture a large number of face shields that can be used by first responders, health care workers, front line staff members or the general public,” Oris said.
Students, staff from Miami University's public health program help Butler County during pandemic
Students and staff in Miami University's public health program are helping Butler County during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Miami University's Center for Chemistry Education helps create Coronavirus Learning Companion
Miami University's Center for Chemistry Education was part of a collaboration that created the Coronavirus Learning Companion.
Miami University's 2020 Virtual Commencement: An online, one-of-a-kind celebration
Miami University will celebrate its 2020 graduating class the weekend of May 16 and 17 with a multi-platform, virtual commencement experience. Ohio Governor and Alumnus Mike DeWine will be a featured speaker, just as he was scheduled for the postponed in-person May ceremony.
Miami receives 10 Fulbright grant offers: a new record
Ten of Miami University’s Fulbright semifinalists have been offered 2020-2021 grants and two have been named alternates.
Miami research team helps search for possible treatments for antibiotic-resistant secondary infections common with COVID-19
Three Miami University professors are leading a research team to find potential drug compounds to fight antibiotic-resistant secondary infections common with COVID-19. One of their key tools? Machine learning, an application of artificial intelligence.