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Theatre Professor and Chair Matt Omasta publishes "Data-Based Analysis of Diversity and Equity in Theatre for Young Audience Companies"
Professor and Chair of Theatre Matt Omasta, with colleague Aubrey Felty, draw on data from a comprehensive survey of artistic, business, and education leaders in the field to consider how it might inform the important discussions (and hopefully actions) taking place in the field regarding equity and inclusion, especially those exploring race and anti-racism.
Response, Not Review: Impressions from Facilitating Effective Peer Response
How do faculty in disciplines outside of writing build peer response into their curriculum and course design? This was the key question at hand during “Facilitating Effective Peer Response,” the first workshop of the Fall 2022 semester hosted by the Roger & Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence.
Howe Center Receives Three National Awards for Outstanding Writing Scholarship and Program Development
The Roger & Joyce Howe Center for Writing Excellence has earned three national awards in 2022 for outstanding writing scholarship and program development.
Harada's New Book Published
Japanese Associate Professor Kazue Harada publishes new book, titled Sexuality, Maternity, and (Re)productive Futures.
Professor Jason Boock receives $200,000 grant from National Science Foundation
Professor Jason Boock recently received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation for his project proposal titled, "ERI: Development of Non-native Sigma Factors for Metabolic Engineering."
Miami professor awarded Fulbright Scholar to study structural integrity of alloy metals
Miami University's Carter Hamilton received a Fulbright Scholar award to teach and research in Poland. He will study the material behavior of metals and their properties as they relate to welding techniques. 
Ran Zhang receives NSF grant to study ways to improve wireless network connections
Ran Zhang, an assistant professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, recently received a grant from the National Science Foundation for a project that will start on July 1.
Ransomware main topic at first EY Cybersecurity Symposium
Two Miami alumni talked about the ongoing struggle with ransomware in the business world.
FSB professor's 'Big Idea' featured in Harvard Business Review
Megan Gerhardt and her co-authors have a new outlet for their work on Gentelligence.