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03/07/2019
Joel Malin to receive alumni award from UI College of Education
The News-Gazette.com, March 6 (subscription may be required)
02/20/2019
New EHS Student Senator Aligns Interest in Education with Policy, Advocacy, and Action
Only a few weeks into her second semester on campus, Kelsey Bittel was recently confirmed as an academic senator in Miami’s Associated Student Government (ASG), where she will represent the College of Education, Health and Society (EHS).
02/04/2019
Miami rated among Best Value Colleges by Princeton Review
Biz Journals.com, Jan. 1 and One News Page.com, Feb. 1 (subscription may be required)
01/29/2019
Reframe Podcast: Episode 49
school_1200x628.pngSchool Decline
01/09/2019
In Memoriam: Peter M. Magolda
Peter M. Magolda, professor emeritus of student affairs in higher education, died Wednesday, Jan. 2. He joined Miami University’s faculty in 1994.
11/13/2018
Demoralized Teachers, Schools that Fail, and the Epidemic Influence of Ed Policy
meredith-dc-graphic-3x2.pngAs a visiting assistant professor of educational leadership at Miami University, Meredith Wronowski studies the intersection of educational policy, school decline, and teacher turnover. And as a former school administrator, she is also concerned with the growing disconnect between policy and practice that continues to alienate educators.
10/31/2018
Connie Strehle, Miami Alum, Named as a 2018 Women of Excellence Award Winner by the YWCA
connie-strehle-headshot-3x2.jpgConnie Strehle, who received her Ph.D in Educational Leadership and Administration from Miami University, was named one of the 2018 Women of Excellence Award winners by the YWCA.
10/15/2018
Ignite 1.0 Inspires Regional Educators to Embrace the Power of 'What if' . . .
ignite-speakers3x2.pngRobyn Jordan and Ashley Warren are doctoral/graduate students in the Department of Educational Leadership at Miami University. On October 3rd, they were two of the twelve educators who presented at an event called “Ignite 1.0” hosted by Middletown City School District.
09/19/2018
Skilled Cross-Sector Collaborators Can Help Schools Succeed
joel-malin-3-3x2.pngHow cross-sector collaborators enabled one urban school district to create and maintain a sprawling and successful “college and career readiness” reform by building career academies that partnered a dozen high schools with the local business community, higher education entities, non-profits, and civic organizations.