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Senate News, March 22, 2021
Senate welcomed and heard from Dr. Jason Lane, Incoming Dean, College of Education, Health & Society. Senate heard a proposed Sense of the Senate resolution from Dr. Zevi Miller, Chair, Faculty Rights and Responsibilities regarding revising Miami’s Statement on Professional Ethics and Responsibilities. Additionally, Dr. Dana Cox and Senator Troy Travis presented Covid Ad-Hoc Committee Reports and lead a discussion that will continue at the April 5, 2021, meeting.
ETA Sigma Gamma Outstanding Undergraduate Major of the Year Award
Kyndal Fletcher (KNH) has been selected as a 2021 recipient of the Eta Sigma Gamma NCHEC Outstanding Undergraduate Major of the Year Award.
New dual license program available for teacher education majors
Obtain licenses in general and special education.
Inactivity of Mice and Men: Permanence and Plasticity
Friday March 19, 2021 3:00 - 3:45 PM on zoom
A roundtable discussion with incoming EHS Dean Jason Lane
Tuesday, March 30, 2021 from 3:00pm-4:pm on Zoom
Dayton Public Schools hosted a welcome event to orient 28 inclusive special education field students to the district
DPS reached out to Molly Sawyer in the Fall to build this new partnership, and Ashley Johnson and Molly Kelly are participating in the partnership and attended the event.
Advisor Evaluations
Mid-March 2021
Helping veterans overcome the invisible wounds of war: How a military career led to a new calling in social work
After 20 years in the Air Force, 10 different deployments, and innumerable boot prints all across the Middle East, Mike Balsley was about to retire from the military. During his last deployment, he was over 7,000 miles and nine time zones away when he received a call that would crystalize his next plan to pursue social work at Miami University
Senate News, March 8, 2021
Senators heard from Jaime Hunt, the newly appointed Vice President of UCM. An update from the Benefits Committee was given by the Chair, John Bowblis. Senators discussed two proposals from the Graduate School. Finally, Senator Tracy Haynes, Senate Liaison for the Council of Undergraduate Curriculum presented an overview of the curriculum approval process for new majors and degrees.