Ohioans value public universities; higher ed benefits abound
forwad-oho-graphic.jpgEighty-nine percent of Ohioans want their children or grandchildren to go to college.
University trustees affirm dean appointments, approve operating budget
Miami University trustees in their May 18 meeting affirmed the appointments of professor of computer and information technology and interim dean Cathy Bishop Clark as dean of Miami Regionals as of July 1 and affirmed professor of accountancy Marc A. Rubin as dean of the Farmer School of Business and Mitchell P. Rales Chair in Business Leadership as of March 1.
Miami receives first-ever Honorary Business Award from Luxembourg-American Chamber of Commerce
luxembourg.jpgTo celebrate Miami University’s 50th anniversary of its presence in Luxembourg and its engagement with the country, the Luxembourg-American Chamber of Commerce has presented Miami with an Honorary Business Award.
ASG Outstanding Professor promotes power electronics with practical passion
mark-scott.jpgFor electrical engineer Mark Scott, the pathway to teaching began with a feeling, nothing logical, but a strong passion for sharing the practical potential of power electronics.
Miami's ROI No. 1 in the state for public universities
payscale-logo.jpgMiami University is the No. 1 public university in Ohio for return on investment, according to a just-released report by PayScale Inc.
Commencement 2018 includes NFL’s Brandon Brooks and more than 4,000 graduates
brandonbrooks1-alumni.jpgMiami University celebrates its 2018 graduates during its 179th commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m., Saturday, May 19, at Yager Stadium. Alumnus and Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl champion Brandon Brooks will give the commencement address.
Nursing is a “people profession” and more men are signing up
nursing-story-banner.jpgTwenty years ago, Mark Ball considered going into nursing but ended up changing his mind because of what he perceived as a gender stereotype. Instead, he got a job driving heavy equipment. “I was good at it, it was good money, but I hated it,” said Ball, 42, of Oxford. “There were no people interactions.” With his kids now teenagers, Ball is back in school, pursuing what he always wanted to do — become a nurse.
Miami's incoming class reaches new heights
incoming-banner.jpgFollowing May 1 confirmations, Miami University anticipates welcoming its largest incoming class ever this fall, exceeding 3,900 first-year students. It will be the most diverse cohort to ever enroll on the Oxford campus.
Miami receives nine Fulbright grant offers, the most ever
fulbright_2018_update1.pngNine of Miami University’s Fulbright semifinalists have been offered 2018-2019 grants, while three others have been selected as alternates. This is Miami’s largest cohort of Fulbright offers to date.