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07/05/2018
Emily Krile, a KNH and FSW Student Produced a Video Featuring Study Abroad Experiences in The Gambia
emily-krile-the-gambia-thumbnail-3x2.jpgEmily Krile, a double major in kinesiology and family science and member of the class of 2021 produced a video of Miami students studying abroad in The Gambia. They studied the social and cultural factors that affect education and health. They also learned the significance of historical events that impact the health of 1.7 million Gambians.
06/29/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 35
reframe-episode-35-graphic-3x2.pngA Pivotal Time for School Psychologists
06/26/2018
Dr. Callie Batts Maddox, Assistant SLAM Professor wins 2018 Doug Pappas Award
callie-maddox-sabr-3x2.jpgCallie Batts Maddox, Assistant SLAM Professor won the 2018 Doug Pappas Award for the best oral research presentation at the Society for American Baseball Research (SABR) annual convention
06/19/2018
Creative Class Project Leads to Publication for Math Education
edwards-math-award-2-3x2.jpgAs part of a mathematics history and technology course, EHS students authored and helped illustrate original children’s picture books featuring the biographies of important mathematicians.
06/14/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 34
dean-smith-aca-award-1-300x200.jpgChiropractic Research Today
06/06/2018
Putting Old Ideas Out to Pasture. Dietitians Embrace Change in an Ever-evolving Industry.
southern-womens-show-nashville-3x2.jpgKarman Meyer, registered dietitian and a graduate of Miami University’s dietetics program explains some of the misunderstandings about beef.
06/01/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 33
art-exhibit-2-180x120.jpgIllustrating African American Experiences
05/23/2018
For Notable School Psychologist, Mental Health Matters Now More than Ever
next-9-education-leaders1080x720.jpgJeff Lyman is a school psychologist who works with third, fourth, and fifth graders at Oak Hills Local Schools in Cincinnati. He is also a graduate of Miami University’s department of educational psychology, and he’s just been named among WCPO-TV’s Next 9: Top 9 Leaders in Education, which honors the “rising stars” who are changing the lives of students across the region.
05/22/2018
Sport Leadership Program alum, Dr. Aimee Kimball MS '01, featured on AASP website
Aimee Kimball, an alum of the Sport Leadership and Management Masters program shares some lessons learned working with professional hockey players in an article on the Association for Applied Sport Psychology website