Jayne Brownell named vice president for student affairs
Jayne Brownell, assistant vice president for student affairs at Hofstra University, has accepted the offer to become Miami University's vice president for student affairs beginning March 1.
Chuck Martin named head football coach at Miami
Miami University Athletics Director David Sayler has tapped Chuck Martin as the 36th head coach in the history of Miami football.
Students develop the Charge the World Change the World campaign
Nine Miami University students developed a campaign for a global company with the goal of spreading light around the world.
Miami professor, former grad student earn patent for cell conversion process
Imagine if scientists could find a way to convert any type of cells into energy-burning brown fat cells that could metabolize blood sugar to generate heat.
Interdisciplinary collaboration fuels creativity
When Donna Scarborough joined the faculty at Miami University 10 years ago, she never expected to patent an invention.
Miami researchers turn ideas into inventions
Miami University this year added two more patents to its portfolio, bringing to 18 the number of active patents and 27 altogether.
Theatre production "Gruesome Playground Injuries" by Rajiv Joseph (Miami '96) opens Nov. 20
The department of theatre presents "Gruesome Playground Injuries" by Rajiv Joseph (Miami '96) Nov. 20-24 in Studio 88 Theatre, Center for Performing Arts.
Miami University ranks 7th in U.S. News rankings of Best National Universities for Veterans
Miami University is ranked 7th among national universities in the inaugural U.S. News Best Colleges for Veterans rankings. Top-ranked schools in the Best Colleges rankings participate in federal initiatives helping veterans and active service members apply, pay for and complete their degrees.
Lecture Series presents Jonathan Kozol "Public Education Still Separate, Still Unequal" Nov. 18
Jonathan Kozol, best-selling author and early educator and social justice advocate, will present "The Shame of a Nation: Public Education Still Separate, Still Unequal" at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 18.