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Rankings just one measure of entrepreneurship program's success story
The John W. Altman Institute for Entrepreneurship is again one of the top-10 programs among public universities in the U.S.
Beyond High Street: Whitt Butler
How an accountancy graduate used that knowledge to springboard into an information systems career.
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.
Miami Honored with 8 GLACUHO Awards
Miami University's office of residence life (ORL) sent a large delegation of professional staff to the great lakes association of college and university housing officers (GLACUHO) conference in late October. During the conference, Miami professionals received several awards and recognitions.
FSB students sweep top spots in Launch It: Cincy pitch competition
Six founders were in the finals of the Main Street Ventures event, and half of them were from Miami University
Dr. Elizabeth "Like" Lokon awarded OAEA 2021 Distinguished Citizen for Art Education
The Scripps Gerontology Center is proud to announce Dr. Elizabeth "Like" Lokon as the winner of the Ohio Art Education Association's (OAEA) 2021 Distinguished Citizen for Art Education award.
Lab in focus: CEC graduate students publish in software engineering conferences
Miami CEC grad students participate in research conferences.
FSB alums receive Alumni Association Advancement Awards
A pair of Farmer School alumni will be honored for their advancement work later this month.
Political scientist Rob Reich shows Miami students that philanthropy isn't always what it seems
Rob Reich, a professor of political science at Stanford University and the author of Just Giving: Why Philanthropy is Failing Democracy and How It Can Do Better, spoke to Miami University students virtually October 19 about philanthropy and how it could better serve the public.