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01/24/2018
Athletic Training Students Win OATA Quiz Bowl
oata-students180x120.jpgA team of three athletic training students recently won the Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association (OATA) Quiz Bowl.
01/23/2018
Why Educational Policy is Broken. And the Voices of those Who Can Help.
licking-valley-elementary-2-180x120.jpgScenarios that are indicative of the growing disconnect between the policy makers who design the laws and the educators who must follow them. An EHS professor and 3 local superintendents, who are also EDL doctoral students, explain why educational policy is broken and discusses ways to improve the system.
01/18/2018
Miami among nation's best for return on investment, career prep
springice2017.jpgMiami University is among the nation's best colleges for academics, career preparation and affordability/financial aid, according to The Princeton Review.
01/17/2018
Raymond H. Witte named College of Education Dean at the University of Toledo
Raymond H. Witte is a professor and chair of Educational Psychology at Miami University. He has recently been named Dean of the College of Education at Toledo University
01/16/2018
CIQS Day and Miami faculty empower young women to prepare for STEM fields
On Tuesday, January 9, the College of Arts and Science and the College of Education, Health and Society hosted the fourth annual CIQS (Careers Involving Quantitative Skills) Day for 72 young women from five regional high schools
01/11/2018
Miami community helps those in need during the holidays
The Miami University community’s participation in service projects during the holiday season helped supply gifts to foster children and food to two local pantries.
01/10/2018
Miami University Students Identify Solutions to End Campus Racism
misco-action-teaching-1-180x120.jpgEHS students learn the difference between debate and deliberation and discuss solutions to end campus racism.
01/01/2018
January SEOH News
January's news clarifies sprint terms and corresponding dates, stresses the importance of registering for spring early to avoid financial aid issues, references the elective literacy course options offered this spring, lists the January live session schedule and reminds readers of our attendance policy.
12/07/2017
Oppression Still Persists in Schools. But Social Justice Teaching Can Help Break the Cycle
aronson-social-teaching1-180x120.jpgIt’s a basic cultural assumption in our society, that schools are intended to help students thrive, and that they function with students’ best interests at heart. But this assumption, especially in light of the challenges that so many schools face today, might not always hold true