EHS News

11/07/2018
Dean Michael E. Dantley Nominated for UCEA Hidden Figures Award
meet-the-dean-1-close-up-3x2.jpgMichael E. Dantley, Dean of the College of Education, Health and Society, was nominated for the Hidden Figures Award given by the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA).
11/06/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 43
katie-henry-two-robots3x2.pngBringing More Diversity to the World of Robotics
11/01/2018
November SEOH News
This month's news includes the availability of upcoming literacy courses necessary for licensure, spring student teaching registration, teacher education Center for Career Exploration & Success services, a local school district's on campus open house event, and finally, a reminder about signing up for Duo, Miami's new two-factor authentication tool.
11/01/2018
EHS Student has Op-Ed Piece Posted in Lima Daily Newspaper.
Avery Shirk is a sophomore studying Early Childhood Education at Miami University. Avery recently had an op-ed piece posted in the Lima Daily newspaper.
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.
10/29/2018
Miami University to Participate in Cincinnati's First Podcast Festival
podcast-festival-logo3x2.pngCincinnati's First Podcast Festival will take place on November 1 and 2. As part of the festival’s culture track, Miami University's College of Education, Health and Society (EHS) will present a session titled, “Accelerating Social Change Through Digital Storytelling,” which will feature the EHS podcast Reframe.
10/26/2018
Former School Teacher Brings Cross-Curricular Robotics to Students Everywhere
katie-henry-working-with-students-3x2.pngWhen Katie Henry began her career teaching second grade in a local Ohio school district, she never dreamed it would lead her to where she is today.
10/19/2018
Miami Student Teacher Inspires Spanish Students to Save the Planet
Spanish III students at Ross High School have been inspired by a unit on the environment, led by Miami University student teacher Emily Rees.
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.