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Miami Students Lead Multicultural English-language Learning Camp in Luxembourg
Not often do you find yourself teaching the daughter of the Minister of Education for an entire European nation. But in Luxembourg this summer, that happened for Cara Severson, a Miami University senior studying early childhood education (ECE).
Reframe: Episode 63
On this episode of the Reframe Podcast, Dr. Sam Morris tells the story behind the how Talawanda School District decided to drop its Native American mascot.
2019 Noyce Scholars Welcome Reception
Welcome to the 2019-2020 Noyce Scholars – Caitlin Leach (integrated science education and biology) and Anna Page (Life Science/Chemistry Education and Chemistry double major)!
First Noyce Scholar Presents at the 2019 Noyce Summit in D.C.
Cassie Campbell, the first recipient of the prestigious Miami University Robert Noyce Teacher Scholarship, made a poster presentation at the 2019 Noyce Summit in Washington, DC.
Why Public Health is About Far More than Diet and Exercise
When we talk about health and wellness, we often talk about what people eat, how they move, and the personal choices they make. These factors are certainly part of the story. But they are not the whole story.
Missy Biddinger - 2019 Educator of Excellence Award Winner
Mrs. Missy Biddinger, Grade 5, was honored as a recipient of the Harry T. Wilks Hamilton Celebrates Education Educator of Excellence Award.
October SEOH News
Be sure to check out this month's news for information related to upcoming courses, student teaching and degree-seeking applications, as well as an immediate job opening in Hamilton.
Major Insight: Cracking the Code on a Career in Genetics
Featured Majors: Biology, Bioinformatics
Students Create Nutritious Recipes for Food Pantry
Starting next week, Ali vonErden, a junior dietetics major at Miami University, will create nutritious recipes for the customers of the Talawanda Oxford Pantry and Social Services (TOPSS).