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04/16/2021
Students learn about building their own sustainable microhabitat with Nature in Your Yard
On April 1, Nature in Your Yard, an online event sponsored by the Western Program and the Western Center for Social Impact and Innovation, offered students a discussion on how providing habitat for wildlife in our home landscapes can help us live in balance with nature.
04/13/2021
Major Insight Episode 27 Balancing Athletics, Academics, and AI: From Tennis Courts to Computer Code
Featured Majors: Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering
03/26/2021
Major Insight Episode 26 Connecting the Dots Between Nutrition and Sustainability
Featured Majors: Nutrition, Food Studies and Food Systems
02/18/2021
Major Insight Episode 25 Increasing Access for First-Gen Students and Citizens
Featured Majors: Emerging Technology in Business and Design, Political Science
02/04/2021
New professional communication course kickstarts student exposure to work in healthcare
Spring 2021 saw the introduction of a new pilot course constructed and taught by professor of English Heidi McKee, ENG 310B: Professional Writing for Healthcare. The course offers students a curriculum focused on practicing tasks healthcare professionals complete every day
12/11/2020
Alumni Spotlight: Megan Ashdown '16
Interview with Megan Ashdown, who graduated from Miami University in 2016 with a BA in professional writing. Now she works at Elsevier.
12/01/2020
Major Insight Episode 24 Manufacturing Innovation Between Engineering and Business
Featured Majors: Mechanical Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Supply Chain and Operations Management
11/20/2020
Major Insight Episode 23 Building Confidence Through Student Journalism
Featured Majors: Journalism, Sport Leadership and Management
11/09/2020
Miami and Talawanda High School alum Hannah Abigail Clarke celebrates indie best-selling novel, "The Scapegracers"
Hannah Abigail Clarke, a '19 Miami graduate, recently released the fantasy novel The Scapegracers, and was invited to speak to a group of eager writers and readers about the process. In a special online event hosted by The Western Center and the Department of English's creative writing program, Clarke read from their book and answered audience questions.