Valerie Ubbes is persistent in helping others share health education
Valerie Ubbes has made it her mission to improve health literacy, a passion that began in 1995.
Distinguished Scholar and Junior Faculty Scholar awards announced
Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards and Junior Faculty Scholar Awards for 2019 have been announced.
Distinguished Scholar Award recipients for 2019: Brudzinski, Bush and Norris
Miami University Distinguished Scholar Awards for 2019 have been presented to Mike Brudzinski, Kevin Bush and Stephen Norris.
Junior Faculty Scholar Award recipients for 2019: Hernandez, Magee and Ye
Miami University Junior Faculty Scholar Awards have been presented to assistant professors Daisy Hernandez, English; Joshua Magee, psychology; and Zhijian (Justin) Ye, mechanical and manufacturing engineering.
Groundbreaking art course lets students purchase artwork for the Miami University Art Museum
It took a mere $450 million dollars to purchase Leonardo da Vinci’s painting of “Salvator Mundi” from a New York auction house in 2017.
Kristen Budd receives Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
Kristen Budd, assistant professor of sociology and gerontology, is the recipient of the 2019 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award.
Lisa Ellram and Gary Lorigan each named University Distinguished Professor
Lisa Ellram, professor of supply chain management, and Gary Lorigan, professor of chemistry and biochemistry, have been awarded the title of University Distinguished Professor.
Are mobile mental health apps helpful or harmful? Miami team reveals new research, privacy concerns
As more consumers turn to mobile apps for healthcare support, researchers at Miami University are studying whether the tools are helping or hurting patients.
Diversity in the workforce includes generations, Miami professor says
Megan Gerhardt coined the term "gentelligence" — "the ability to appreciate and leverage the insights of other generations to solve problems and create opportunities."