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04/08/2019
SLAM Students Take 2nd Place in their First DataFest Competition
Pictured (L to R): Ty Jablonsky, Jackson Polish, Alex Erisley, Lauren Anderson. Missing from photo: Rory TekulveSport Leadership and Management (SLAM) students took part in DataFest 2019 hosted by the Miami Center for Analytics and Data Science (CADS).
04/04/2019
Miami University ranks among nation's top 50 public schools
Miami has made the top 50 list of U.S. public universities each of the five years Business First has conducted its survey.Miami University ranks among the nation’s top 50 public schools in the nation in a ranking by Business First.
04/02/2019
How Frederick Douglass Elementary is Changing the Way School Works
Not long ago, Frederick Douglass Elementary, part of Cincinnati Public Schools, was ranked as a failing school by the Ohio Department of Education. Today, however, the school has risen from an F to a B in Closing the Gap. It's no longer being targeted by Ohio as a warning school.
04/01/2019
April SEOH News
Our April News includes information for students considering the mild-moderate licensing procedure, students who may be graduating this semester, a summer registration reminder as well as a deadline to meet for current license-only students who may be considering an application to the master's degree program in special education.
03/26/2019
Reframe Podcast: Episode 53
Brukel: Explore the life of a World War II Survivor
03/21/2019
Valerie Ubbes is persistent in helping others share health education
Valerie Ubbes has made it her mission to improve health literacy, a passion that began in 1995.
03/19/2019
Educator of the Year Helps Students with Disabilities Gain Unmatched Experiences
Evan Theobald, Special Education teacher and alum as well as member of the Miami Tribe, was named Educator of the Year by the Jackson, Missouri Chamber of Commerce
03/18/2019
Brian Schultz on Hamilton City tour for Miami students and faculty
Journal-News.com and WHIO.com, March 16 (subscription may be required)
03/13/2019
Hate math? Professors tackle arithmophobia with innovation
Professors like Dana Cox are changing the way math is taught to improve students' relationship with the subject. Photo by Scott KissellAt the Southeastern Correctional Institution in Lancaster, Ohio, inmates lined up eagerly at the door. It was 1992 and the students arrived before their instructor, Todd Edwards, to fractions class.