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Paul Branscum conducts research study on available online nutrition information for children and, May 6 (and other media sources)
Paul Branscum Interviewed by the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior
Congratulations to Paul Branscum for being interviewed and featured in an article by the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior.
Major Insight Episode 20 Creating Chemistry Between the Arts and Sciences
Featured Majors: Chemistry, Biochemistry, Physics, English Literature
Five Hawk Tank Winners in EHS
Five EHS projects are receiving funding from the Women's Giving Circle. Congratulation to Dr. Elise Radina, Dr. Sheri Leafgren, Kim Wachenheim, Dr. Tammy Schwartz, Richelle Frabotta, Dr. Kimberly Moore, Devin Morgan, Kate Kuvalanka, and Hannah Thompson.
May SEOH News
May is a busy month for students in the Special Education Online Hybrid program. Our spring courses wrap up on May 16, and the summer semester begins 3 days later on May 19! Read the news to get the details about student teaching registration, an autism certificate option and more.
EHS Student and Alumni Receive 2020-2021 Fulbright Grants
EDT majors, Elizabeth Martin and Camila Rodriguez '19 have been offered Fulbright grants for the 2020-2021 academic year.
EDL Doctoral Student Madiha Syeda has been awarded a P.E.O. International Peace Scholarship
Members of P.E.O. believe that education is fundamental to world peace and understanding.
Meet the new AERA Division B Leadership Team!
Congratulations that Ganiva Reyes and Racheal Rothrock for being named to the AERA Division B leadership team as program section chairs of Section 5. The Places and Praxis of Curriculum.
A Career in Sport Leads Miami Alum to Find Purpose In Unexpected Places
Many people dream of working in the sport industry. Sometimes the dream comes true as planned. Other times the original dream becomes a stepping stone that eventually leads to our true place and purpose.