Trustees approve 35 faculty for promotion and/or tenure; new clinical health sciences and wellness building approved
Showcasing the research, scholarship and service excellence of faculty, Miami University's board of trustees Friday approved 12 faculty members for promotion to full professor and 23 for promotion to associate professor with tenure, effective July 1.
Promotion and tenure granted to 35
Miami University's board of trustees approved the promotion and/or tenure of 35 faculty members at its Feb. 21 meeting.
Michio Kaku, futurist, physicist and popularizer of science, to speak on "The Future of the Mind"
Michio Kaku, futurist, physicist and popularizer of science, to speak on "The Future of the Mind," part of the Miami University Lecture Series.
Sarah Watt receives Knox Distinguished Teaching Award
Sarah Watt, associate professor of educational psychology, is the recipient of the 2020 E. Phillip Knox Distinguished Teaching Award.
Miami University's academic programs earn national rankings
Miami University is listed four times on the 2020 Best Colleges national rankings by GradReports.com for bachelor's degree programs.
Refresh your recycling know-how during RecycleMania 2020
While Miami makes it easy to recycle on campus - just place your recyclables in the single-stream blue bins - non-recyclables sometimes end up mixed in. These contaminated loads are sent to the landfill.
Students place in the top 5 at MIT Reality Hack
Two Miami University students joined some of the world's leading high-tech developers and designers at an elite virtual reality competition in January and placed in the top five in their respective categories.
MUPD sergeant receives Butler County prosecutor's Meritorious Service Award
Sgt. Walter Schneider of the Miami University Police Department (MUPD) is the recipient of the 3rd annual Meritorious Service Award presented to him by the Butler County prosecutor’s office.
Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins to receive Freedom Summer of '64 Award
A career dedicated to protecting and expanding voting rights makes Carolyn Jefferson-Jenkins a natural choice for the Freedom Summer of ’64 Award from Miami University.