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Three EHS students were selected for the 2021 provost student academic achievement award
Congratulations to Audrey Bailey, Elizabeth Hudelson, and Emory Perlman!
Major Insight Podcast Welcomes New Miami University Student Host for Season 3
Major Insight, Miami University’s official student-centered podcast, returns with a new host and a new season.
Congratulations 2021 EHS Graduates
Congratulations 2021 College of Education, Health and Society Graduates
Kinesiology Faculty Complete the Butler County Donut Trail on Bike
Kinesiology faculty members Kyle Timmerman, Paul Reidy, and Kevin Ballard recently rode the 85 mile Butler County Donut Trail in a single day (all 12 shops visited) to support local businesses and promote physical activity.
Kate Rousmaniere to host a series of lectures at Beijing Normal University
Kate Rousmaniere, Miami University Department of Educational Leadership, to host a series of lectures at Beijing Normal University
KNH eBike Research Study Featured in New York Times
A new study published by Dr. Helaine Alessio, Dr. Kyle Timmerman, and several students was written up for an article in the New York Times.
Four Miami Students, Alumni to Embark on Fulbright Grants, Two Others Alternates
Left to right, top: Johanna Alexander, Nicole Anselmo, Elena Arduin, Sarah Frick and Madeline Marshall.  Bottom: Elizabeth Martin, Camila Rodriguez, Katherine Rogers, Hanna Vera and Julia Zorc.Congratulations to Cecilia Burtis, Inaara Ladha, Nicole Anselmo, Hanna Vera, Hannah Andersen, Hailey Kingsbury on their Fulbright accomplishments!
Two SLAM students and Dr. Anthony James spoke at the Wayne Embry Day events
SLAM students, Payton Scott & Myja White, spoke & assisted Mr. Embry in the unveiling of the statue. Dr. Anthony James was also a presenter during the day's events.
Back in School: Addressing the Wellbeing of Students in the Wake of COVID19
The Forum for Children’s Well-Being will host a virtual public workshop over the course of three days -- May 20, 25, and 27th -- focusing on the effects of COVID-19 on the intersection of students’ learning and mental health.