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FSW student candidates successfully earned a 96% first-time pass rate after taking their ASWB exams
Department of Family Science and Social Work student candidates for social work licensure successfully earned a 96% first-time pass rate after taking the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) exams.
Farm program invites families to join produce share
Miami University’s Institute for Food invites students, faculty and other members of the Oxford Community to join in its fifth season of the Community Supported Agriculture Program (CSA), and to sign-up for shares of the produce.
Emily Statzer received the Charles F. & Claudia E. Cornett Creative Teaching Scholarship
Emily becomes the first student recipient of the Cornett Creative Teaching Scholarship.
2021 Outstanding Women of Achievement
Etta Caver, domestic violence advocate and EHS PhD student, will be honored as a 2021 Outstanding Women of Achievement,
Stanford study lists Dr. Helaine Alessio among the world's top 2% of scientists for research citations
The database was created to provide updated analyses and a publicly available database of top scientists.
How Elementary School Students Found Their Voice and Became Changemakers
A group of McGuffey Montessori Elementary students stand proudly beneath their posters. These 1st - 3rd graders are here as part of a gallery walk, and they are eager to speak as changemakers about the problems they wish to solve.
Senate News, April 26, 2021
Senators continued discussions regarding proposed composition and function changes for three Senate Committees: Liberal Education Council; Honors Program Advisory Council; and, Academic Policy Committee. Discussion also continued regarding the proposed Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship degree/major. Jannie Kamara, ASG Student Body President, presented the ASG Year in Review. Senator Dawn Fehner led a discussion regarding returning to campus.
3 keys to assessing your districts mental health needs
EDP Professor & Chair, Dr. Amity Noltemeyer and assistant professor, Dr. Kristy Brann were quoted in an article from District Administration.