EHS News

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
June SEOH News
Please read the SEOH June news for a reminder about summer courses, licensure procedures, as well as future term registration. And for anyone interested in receiving financial aid in 2018-2019, some helpful links are also provided.
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
05/21/2018
2018 EDP School Psychology Graduates
school-psychology-graduates.jpgCongratulations to the 2018 EDP school psychology graduates
05/18/2018
Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses visits Washington D.C. to present Campus Mentors program
leah-washington-dc180x120.jpgLeah Wasburn-Moses, Professor of special education recently traveled to Washington D.C. to present the Campus Mentors program to Venicia Richardson, the Director of Teacher Quality for the US Department of Education.
05/16/2018
Award-Winning Miami Course Illustrates African-American Experiences Through Childrens Literature
childrens-book-covers180x120.jpgIn a lot of ways, children’s literature has transcended many of the stereotypes that still define it. Today, it often channels deeper cultural signifiers that reflect and chronicle battles for equality, such as moments of tumultuous political change, the profound need for continual progress, and more. And throughout her recent class, which was made possible through a grant from the Center for Teaching Excellence, Dales and her students have explored texts and art that cover the history of the Civil Rights Movement, the Harlem Renaissance, slavery and emancipation, and modern racial identity construction, among others.