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Congratulations Jenn Walter on receiving the Prodesse Quam Conspici Award
The Prodesse Quam Conspici Award is inspired by Miami's motto that is found on our seal. It means "to accomplish without being conspicuous." The award honors those who embody servant leadership with great humility.
Amity Noltemeyer of Miami University on the 5 things parents can do to help their children thrive and excel in school
Amity Noltemeyer, professor of Educational Psychology is interviewed on things parents can do to help their children thrive and excel in school.
In memory of Jim Swartz: Celebrating the dynamic life of a devoted educator and accomplished researcher
Jim Swartz loved being a teacher and he respected his colleagues. His thoughts were often on his students, and throughout his nearly 20 years at Miami University he spread friendliness and warmth among everyone he knew.
EHS awarded $65,000 grant from Cincinnati Public Schools
This grant was awarded to Sharon Custer (FSW) and Tammy Schwartz (EDT) for their project, "Resource Coordinator for the Fairview-Clifton German Language School".
A free workshop on addressing health equity
Nov. 5 | 10-12 AM Upham Hall 275
Ann Haley MacKenzie, EDT, has been named Extraordinary Professor for the Self-Directed Learning Research Center at North West University in South Africa.
MacKenzie will be collaborating and conducting research within the Self-Directed Learning research unit. Her research agenda will focus on the intersection of indigenous knowledge and social justice.
Unemployment, Hunger, and Housing Crisis: COVID-19 and the Pillars of Insecurity
Virtual panel discussion event. So many individuals and families were already living on the edge of hunger and homelessness, and the global pandemic tipped many over the brink. We will talk with local organizations that address these basic needs about how the pandemic has changed the calculus of where the next meal is coming from.