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Please read the SEOH November News for final requests of official transcripts, options for winter literacy courses, fall commencement and career services.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 22
The Way to Well-Being is Found Off the Beaten Path
jk180x120.jpg“The majority of work in exercise psychology has shown that if you exercise regularly, you will feel better,” Kimiecik says. “You will have enhanced self-esteem. You will have enhanced confidence. You will have heightened emotionality. So if you do that behavior, you will get these things. Okay. So why aren’t people doing that?”
Reframe Podcast: Episode 21
podcast-transgender-hands180x120.jpgTransgender Custody Battles
Custody battles over transgender children stress a need for more knowledge and awareness
kate180x120.jpgAs issues surrounding trans and gender non-conforming individuals gain more and more attention on a national stage, many cultural conversations are being sparked on numerous fronts. Most prominently, perhaps, has been the ongoing and divisive debate surrounding the right to use public restrooms.
Nine students receive Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award
Nine students received the 2017 Provost's Student Academic Achievement Award for their outstanding contributions to Miami University's intellectual environment.
Miami-Talawanda Math Club Puts the "Fun" in Fundamentals
Gloeckner180x120.jpgThere is one place, not far from here, where among the halls of a local school, math is actually becoming a fun and exciting subject.
Miami alumna is National History Teacher of the Year
saraziemnick99.jpgCalling her a "rock star among teachers," the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History has named Sara Ziemnik (Miami '99) National History Teacher of the Year.
Reframe Podcast: Episode 20
watt180x120.jpgMiami-Talawanda Math Club