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CIQS Day invites area high school female students to discover STEM careers
Miami University will hold the second annual Careers Involving Quantitative Skills (CIQS, pronounced "kicks") event, a day designed to encourage female high school students to get involved in STEM fields
"Funnel Cakes Not Included" explores suicidal expression through a comedic lens
On October 14, playwright Deena Nyer Mendlowitz presented "Funnel Cakes Not Included," a comedic one-woman play about living with suicidal depression, to a large audience in Wilks Auditorium, as part of Suicide Prevention Week
Psychology students in the REDS Lab focus on suicide among college athletes
Assistant professor of psychology April Smith and psychology majors Katie Harris and Kala Allen are working together on a research project that combines their interest in athletics with the focus of the REDS (Research on Eating Disorders and Suicidality) Lab
12th Annual Neuroscience Day comes to Miami on May 29
The Ohio Miami Valley Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience will host its 12th Annual Neuroscience Day, the premier scientific neuroscience meeting in the region, on the Oxford campus of Miami University on Friday, May 29
Spreading the love of horses and Redhawks
The Miami University Equestrian Team (MUET) brings students together through their love of horses and the university. Students in MUET ride and show horses, and anyone is allowed to try out for the team regardless of their skill level and experience
New video about Winter 2015 India trip
Students reflect on their J-term experiences: "The people part and the religion part intertwined [to] help me with personal relations..."
Dr. Drew talks hookup culture, addictions at lecture
Dr. Drew Pinsky, a celebrity doctor known for his perspectives on sex, relationships, and addictions, spoke on Monday, February 16 at Hall Auditorium, as part of Miami University's Lecture Series.
Religion faculty take students to India, Oman, during J-term
Two new study abroad programs took students to south Asia and the Arabian peninsula for Winter Term 2015.
Scripps hosts interactive symposium on developing sustainable volunteer programs
oma-volunteer-symposium_banner-image_102914.pngSara Peller, LCSW, Associate Executive Director of Programs at DOROT will share the organization’s strategies for developing a sustainable volunteer base and the organizational culture and structure needed to support a successful volunteer initiative. For the last three decades, DOROT has been an innovative leader in the field of aging services and volunteerism. DOROT manages over 7,000 volunteers who help address issues of social isolation and loneliness among older adults living at home.
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    Department of Psychology

    The Department of Psychology blends a foundation in the major areas of psychology with other disciplines in the liberal arts to give you a broad range of skills, knowledge, and experiences. In our department, there are many opportunities to get involved with research, teaching, and community service. Both a BA and PhD are offered.

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