Opening Minds through Art initiative expands to medical schools, allied health partnerships
A new contract with the Ohio Department of Medicaid will help Miami University's Opening Minds through Art (OMA) initiative link students at the state's medical schools and schools of allied health with older Ohioans living with dementia.
Theater alumnae find power in storytelling behind the curtain
Cara Hinh (Miami ’16) knew something special was happening. She was living in Baltimore as a fellow with Baltimore Center Stage when an opportunity came to spend two months in New York City, observing on a new-to-Broadway musical.
Realistic revitalization: Students help create a new vision for a historic Hamilton neighborhood
Standing at the corner of Fourth and Walnut streets, Radhames “Rady” De Leon surveys the old houses, small businesses and worn streets near the heart of Hamilton’s 2nd Ward. He leans against a crumbling ledge belonging to the former Neal’s Cafe.
Miami to award 1,375 degrees during fall commencement
Miami University will present 1,375 degrees during its fall commencement ceremony at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 13, in Millett Hall. President Gregory Crawford will preside at the ceremony.
Game design at Miami is the best in the U.S. per newest ranking
Miami's game design program is the best in the country, helping to feed one of the economy's fastest-growing job markets, according to a new ranking from Intelligent.com.
Sierra Club names Miami one of top 100 "Coolest Schools" in green colleges ranking
Miami University ranks 70th among the Sierra Club’s "Cool Schools" for 2019.
Jill Korach honored for global impact in environmental education
For her work in 16 countries, Miami University’s Jill Korach received the 2019 award for Outstanding Service to Environmental Education by the North American Association for Environmental Education.
Kimberly A. Hamlin is newest member of the Organization of American Historians
Miami University's Kimberly A. Hamlin is one of 21 new speakers appointed to the Organization of American Historians as a Distinguished Lecturer.
Moving off steam: Utility Master Plan provides a path toward carbon neutrality
Converting campus energy systems away from fossil-fuel-powered steam to systems that are powered by electricity increases the opportunities to purchase renewable electricity off the grid, such as wind or solar power.