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Miami student teams among those awarded nearly $75,000 in EPA grant
Public and EPA.Gov, March 18 (subscription may be required)
Grassland response to global change to be the topic of the Department of Biology's Roger Wilson Lecture in Botany
On Wednesday, March 6, Dr. Eric Seabloom, Professor of Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior at the University of Minnesota, will give a presentation entitled "Grassland Ecosystems and Global Change: Insights from NutNet, a Globally-Replicated Experiment"
Miami's Institute for Food: Fostering healthy food, healthy eating, healthy communities, and a healthy planet
Friday, February 22 was National CSA Day—a celebration of community supported agriculture, a direct farm-to-consumer market model where people pay for a share of a farmer's harvest in advance. Each week during the harvest season subscribers receive a share of what the farmer grows
Institute for the Environment & Sustainability's annual Willeke Lecture dives deep into ocean deoxygenation
On February 7, Miami's Institute for the Environment & Sustainability (IES) presented a lecture by Denise Breitburg, senior scientist with the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center
Zero Waste Oxford to host Miami's first pop-up thrift shop on February 10-16
Zero Waste Oxford, Miami'[s newest student organization, is focused on both reducing waste on Miami's campus and around the greater Oxford area
AlChE and EWB worked together to win Chemical Engineering for Good Challenge
Miami University’s AlChE student chapter wins 1st place
Julia Robinson wants children to fall in love with nature
With more than 54,000 specimens in the museum, Julia Robinson has much to share.Julia Robinson is the director of the Cecilia Berg Center for Environmental Education and the senior project manager and museum educator at the Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History.
Lean Fair 2019 is Jan. 16
Miami employees are invited to attend the LEAN Fair 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 16, at the Armstrong Student Center.
Michael Vanni research study on ag change and stream water quality, and, Jan. 2 (and other media sources) (subscriptions may be required)