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04/18/2018
Phi Epsilon Kappa (PEK) Health Fair
pek-health-fair-1-180x120.jpgThe Phi Epsilon Kappa (PEK) Health Fair was held on Wednesday, March 14, 2018. PEK is the professional fraternity representing students interested in sport, exercise, and health and is housed in the Kinesiology and Health department. The faculty advisor is Dr. Val Freysinger.
04/16/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 30
trans-kids-logo180x120.jpg How to Help Transgender Children Thrive
04/12/2018
15th Semi-Annual Nutrition Conference and Expo
This year’s theme is Nutrition Assessment: an overview of how Registered Dietitian Nutritionists evaluate their patients in a clinical setting. Attached is the flyer including information about our keynote speaker, sunrise yoga, breakfast, panel speakers, and expo.
04/12/2018
Dr. Martha Castañeda, Associate Professor of Teacher Education Receives the 2018 Publication Award From OFLA
martha-award180x120.jpgMartha Castañeda, Associate Professor of Foreign Language/ ESOL education, received the 2018 publication award from OFLA (Ohio Foreign Language Association).
04/10/2018
Studying Abroad in New Zealand Shows the Social, Cultural, and Political Sides of Sport
nz-boat-miami180x120.jpgMiami's New Zealand study abroad program focuses on the management, culture, and global enterprise of sport.
04/10/2018
Kate Kuvalanka, professor of family science, quoted in azcentral article
kuvalanka130x170.jpegKate Kuvalanka, professor of family science, was quoted in an article titled "Why parents are losing custody of trans and gender non-conforming kids" written for azcentral
04/05/2018
Exploring the Language of Life Through the Wonder of Math
todd-edwards-2-180x120.jpgTodd Edwards strives to make math meaningful to students by connecting it to their lives in ways that matter.
04/04/2018
Kate Welling Disability Studies Event
On April 5th Miami is hosting DJ Savarese for a screening of his documentary Deej with a question and answer session to follow. The documentary is about DJ, a young man with autism and his journey to college. The film advocates for inclusion and calls that inclusion shouldn't be a lottery.
04/03/2018
Book authored by Dr. Brian Schultz wins a 2018 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award
Brian Schultz' book, "Teaching in the Cracks, Openings and Opportunities for Student-Centered, Action-Focused Curriculum," is receiving a 2018 Society of Professors of Education Outstanding Book Award