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08/18/2021
The American Academy of Health Behavior (AAHB) announced that Paul Branscum has been selected as the next Editor-in-Chief of Health Behavior Research.
Dr. Branscum was selected after a rigorous review of his application materials as a talented and well-qualified candidate. His scholarly achievements, experience in research and publications and long-standing service to AAHB support his forthcoming work as EIC of AAHB official journal.
08/13/2021
Sara Acevedo (EDP) Receives Ray of Light Award
This award recognizes members of the Miami University community who have demonstrated, advanced, or promoted activities, programs, or actions that have supported campus efforts to help enrich the experiences for faculty, staff, and students at the University.
08/10/2021
Creative Nutrition Works
Empowering our community to be creative with food and nutrition.
08/10/2021
Phil Smith of Miami University: In Light Of The Pandemic, Here Are The 5 Things We Need To Do To Improve The US Healthcare System
The COVID-19 Pandemic taught all of us many things. One of the sectors that the pandemic put a spotlight on was the healthcare industry. The pandemic showed the resilience of the US healthcare system, but it also pointed out some important areas in need of improvement.
08/06/2021
History of College Towns Podcast
A 13 minute podcast about Kate Rousmaniere's research on the history of college towns.
08/06/2021
EDP 556 Summer Tutoring
For eight weeks, EDP 556 tutored local youth twice weekly at the Family Resource Center in Oxford. This is a specialist-level school psychology course.
08/06/2021
Brody Ruihley was interviewed by SportsDegreesOnline.org
Brody Ruihley, associate professor of sport leadership and management, was interviewed by SportsDegreesOnline.org about fantasy sports, the job market post-COVID and careers in sports management.
08/02/2021
Freedom Summer Scholars host Aiken High School students to help diversify teaching
This summer, a group of Aiken High School students -- each an aspiring educator -- participated in the Freedom Summer Scholars program. For two weeks, they focused on Black history and Black education as a way to help diversify the teaching profession.