04/06/2018
Bearded Lady Project comes to Miami to boost the image of women in science
The scarcity of women in science project teams led to Dr. Ellen Currano's project, "The Bearded Lady Project: Challenging the Face of Science"
04/05/2018
Geoffrion Fellowship creates networking opportunities for humanities students
An integral part of the Humanities Center’s Altman Fellows Program, the Geoffrion Family Undergraduate Fellows work with an interdisciplinary team of Miami University faculty members exploring a critical topic in the humanities
04/03/2018
Dr. Adekeye Adebajo speaks on Nigeria and South African relations for the spring Grayson Kirk Lecture
Adekeye Adebajo, director of the Institute for Pan-African Thought and Conversation (IPATC) at the University of Johannesburg, came to campus to present a lecture on the relationship between Nigeria and South Africa on Monday, March 12
04/03/2018
Chemistry chair Michael Crowder's research accepted to high impact national journal
Michael Crowder, professor and chair of chemistry, has recently had his research article, "The Continuing Challenge of Metallo-b-Lactamase Inhibition: Mechanism Matters," accepted by Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
03/26/2018
Miami University announces 2018 President's Distinguished Service Award recipients
PDSA2018_newsbanner.pngMiami University President Gregory Crawford will honor 17 students whose service through campus life, community service, intellectual and cultural leadership or student employment demonstrate the spirit of being a citizen leader of uncommon quality.
03/15/2018
New student trustee appointed to board
megan-creamansSophomore Megan Cremeans was newly appointed to Miami University's Board of Trustees by Ohio Gov. John Kasich.
03/15/2018
New student trustee appointed to board
Megan Cremeans, a sophomore, was newly appointed to Miami University's Board of Trustees by Ohio Gov. John Kasich to replace Alexandra Boster, whose term recently ended.
03/15/2018
Janus Forum poses the question: In the age of Trump, is the party over?
The Janus Forum, offered once each semester, held its 6th annual spring lecture on March 7, inviting students and faculty to discuss the American political parties and their changing roles and influences during the administration of Donald Trump
03/14/2018
Changing views through history: Japan's only female shogun and her significance to historical research
On Tuesday, March 6, Dr. Alan Lew from Northern Arizona University presented his lecture "Tourism and Global Consciousness" as part of the Critical Tourism course and public lecture series put on by the Department of Global and Intercultural Studies (GIC)