03/11/2020
Yvette Harris receives Distinguished Woman of Color Award
Yvette Harris, professor of psychology at Miami University, is the recipient of the Jennie Elder Suel Distinguished Woman of Color Award for 2020.
03/10/2020
Miami developing bachelor's degree in robotics engineering
Miami's department of electrical and computer engineering is in the process of developing a bachelor’s degree in robotics engineering.
03/05/2020
Marijuana legalization is the debate for this spring's Janus Forum
Julián Castro, former Democratic candidate for president, and Bertha Madras, Harvard psychobiology professor, will take the stage for the Spring 2020 Janus Forum on Wednesday, March 11, to discuss the topic, "Let's Be Blunt: Should Marijuana Be Legalized?"
03/05/2020
Stacey Lowery Bretz and Tim Melley awarded Benjamin Harrison Medallion
Finding a clearer understanding of the world around us – how molecules interact or the societal forces that shape our democracy – is at the heart of the teaching, research and service of Stacey Lowery Bretz and Tim Melley.
03/02/2020
Deborah A. Feldman appointed newest Miami University trustee member
Deborah A. Feldman, president and chief executive officer of Dayton Children’s Hospital, was appointed by Gov. Mike DeWine to Miami University’s board of trustees.
03/02/2020
New student trustee appointed to board
Gov. Mike DeWine appointed Amitoj Kaur, a first-year student, to Miami University’s Board of Trustees to replace Megan Cremeans, whose term recently ended.
02/27/2020
Joe Madison to receive Freedom Summer of '64 Award
Joe Madison has spent a lifetime advocating for the right to vote, from the NAACP to his worldwide platform on SiriusXM radio.
02/27/2020
Join the Institute for Food farm CSA: Support your health, sustainability and innovative education
If you want to decrease your carbon footprint, and increase your dietary health, consider joining the Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program offered by Miami's Institute for Food farm.
02/27/2020
John Rakovan receives 2019 Carnegie Mineralogical Award
Miami University mineralogist John Rakovan received the 2019 Carnegie Mineralogical Award in recognition of outstanding contributions in mineralogical preservation, conservation and education.