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Miami's Student Life among "Most Promising Places to Work"
Miami University has again been named as one of the top 27 Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.
2023 President's Distinguished Service Award Recipients
Meet the 18 outstanding student recipients of the President's Distinguished Service Award.
Student Employee Recognition Week Kicks Off April 24
Miami University is set to honor its student employees through its first Student Employee Recognition Week. The campus-wide celebration will recognize the invaluable contributions made by the university's 3,400 student employees.
HCWE Announces 2023 Howe Award Recipients
Each spring semester, the Howe Center for Writing Excellence presents the Roger and Joyce Howe Award for Excellence in Disciplinary Writing Instruction. This award recognizes individual faculty members and teams of faculty who have made significant and continuous efforts toward innovation in writing instruction within their disciplines.
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Aidan McGaughy
February's Love and Honor Story Project recipient, Aidan McGaughy, spent the majority of his time at Miami giving back to his fellow students.
7,000th Art After Dark Participant Recognized
When Miriam Woodward walked into the Art After Dark event on Feb. 18 with a friend, she was looking forward to an evening of art, crafting, and hanging out. When she checked into the event, she learned she was the 7,000th participant at Art After Dark.
Love and Honor Story Project Honors Wes Payne
Active in ASG, Soul2Soul A Cappella, and the Governor's Scholars Program in Kentucky, Wes Payne shows genuine care and empathy for everyone.
Associate Professor of Piano Lian Tan receives 2023 MTNA American Music Teacher Article of the Year Award
Associate Professor of Piano Lian Tan receives 2023 MTNA American Music Teacher Article of the Year Award
Miami Rates Highly on Campus Pride Index
Miami University recently earned 4.5 out of 5 stars on the overall campus pride index through the national nonprofit organization Campus Pride. Campus Pride publishes a tool to help prospective students and families find LGBTQ-friendly colleges and universities.