09/12/2019
Constitution Day, Citizenship and Democracy Week celebrated Sept. 16-20
Miami will host a number of events on its campuses for Constitution Day and the Miami Regionals’ Citizenship and Democracy Week.
09/12/2019
Wil Haygood finalist for Dayton Literary Peace Prize
Miami University's Wil Haygood is a finalist for the 2019 Dayton Literary Peace Prize for best nonfiction work, for Tigerland.
09/11/2019
Bahamas Mapathon volunteers aid in Hurricane Dorian relief
Students, faculty connect with Ancilleno "Leno" Davis (Miami Ph.D. '18) via Skype
09/09/2019
Miami University ranked a top 50 national public university
In the just-released U.S. News & World Report "Best Colleges 2020" guidebook, Miami University is ranked in the top 50 of best national public universities, moving up three slots to No. 39.
09/06/2019
Miami and Ohio's IP Promise: Connecting research and industry
Miami University's practice of collaborating with cities, agencies and businesses is a good fit for the Ohio IP Promise initiative announced Sept. 6 in Columbus.
09/05/2019
Celebrating 50 years: Before there was an EPA, there was Miami's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability
Miami University's Institute for the Environment and Sustainability (IES) celebrates the 50th anniversary of its founding this year.
09/05/2019
Miami student group raising funds to build service dog park on campus
Paws for a Cause Miami, a student organization, has raised more than $33,300 for a proposed Miami University Service Dog Park for the puppies in training and working service dogs on campus. They hope to raise $40,000 to $65,000.
09/04/2019
New $1.9M NSF grant will help teachers stimulate students' imaginations to improve learning of chemistry
With a new $1.9 million grant from the National Science Foundation, Miami University’s Ellen Yezierski aims to help high school chemistry teachers prepare students to become more scientifically literate.
08/29/2019
Miami's Ohio Writing Project celebrates 40 years
Narwhals. Pufferfish. Toothpaste. Avocados. Ugly. Jump. When you give middle school students six words and five minutes to write a story, you never know what they're going to come up with.