Opportunities for Alumni Engagement
Alums on Facebook
If you are a Facebook user, please consider joining our SAHE/CSP of Miami University Facebook Group. Another great way to stay connected and update to date with the latest happenings of our SAHE program.
We regularly call upon our strong alumni base to help identify and recruit potential
Give to SAHE
We try to provide opportunities for our alumni community to connect at the annual ACPA and NASPA conferences. See conference programs for details.
What Our Alumni Say
SAHE was truly a transformative experience. Both personally and professionally, I grew in understanding, character, confidence, and overall ability to serve collegiate students and the world we all inhabit. My time in SAHE certainly was not always smooth with challenging course work, a high-touch assistantship, and an intensive exploration of the self, however, I know that the time and energy that my faculty, my cohort, and my students invested in me, accompanied with my desire for personal growth, have resulted in me being a more prepared, cognizant, and active educator in the field of student affairs. From serving the students of Ellingson and Collins
Residential College Director
Washington University in St. Louis
Being a part of the SAHE program at Miami challenged me in ways that I never knew were possible. The professors in the program invested in me as a student and as a professional. Not only was I able to learn about and critique the various developmental theories that are currently being talked about across the nation, but I was also able to conduct research and apply some of the knowledge that I was getting in the classroom to the research I was conducting. In addition to the academic guidance, I received a lot of support from the professors which led to self-empowerment and a stronger sense of my identity as a Latina in higher education. I can truly say that I came out as a better, stronger, more confident person and professional thanks to the support of the faculty and the friends that I made along the way.
Academic Advisor TRIO Student Support Services and Travelers EDGE
Inver Hills Community College (SAHE M.S. Class of 2015)
My time as a member of the SAHE Ph.D. program was nothing short of excellent. I was pushed intellectually, supported in my educational pursuits, and encouraged to find ways to align my values with my current and future practice as a critical educator. The SAHE program also set me up well to be a tenure-track faculty member, which has eased my transition to my new role. I would highly recommend this program to anyone seeking an intellectually rigorous and educationally supportive environment that prepares you for whatever future path you may choose.
Assistant Professor, Trans* Studies in Education Center for the Study of Higher Education, University of Arizona (SAHE Ph.D. Class of 2015)
My time in SAHE helped me to develop into the professional I am today. It challenged me to think in new ways and focus on my role as not only a supervisor and educator but as a potential mentor to my students. SAHE taught me what it means to show up for my students and to be present in their challenges and successes. It taught me the value of self-care because the program made me dig up memories and experiences that I had buried to heal from them. These things have helped me in my current role as a Residence Director at Ithaca College. I show up for my students. I see my
My graduate career in the SAHE program at Miami University was life-changing. My classroom and practical experiences and my interactions with faculty
Student Development Specialist
Coordinator of Career Development in the Educational Opportunity Fund
Ramapo College of New Jersey (SAHE M.S. Class of 2014)