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10/08/2018
Emily Wright, M.S. '17 Announced as Winner of the 2018 AASP Masters Thesis Award
emily-wright-headshot3x2-3.pngEmily Wright, M.S. '17 won the 2018 Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP) Master’s Thesis Award.
10/04/2018
Students Across Campus Collaborate to Role Play Evaluation Team Report Meeting
etr-1-3x2.pngStudents collaborate in an authentic simulation of an Evaluation Team Report (ETR). Their job is to share their collective insights and assessments to determine if a fictional 7th-grade student named “Ann” is eligible for special education.
10/01/2018
Reframe Podcast: Episode 41
richelle-lecture-2-3x2.pngBeing Open and Honest About Sexuality (Part 2)
10/01/2018
October SEOH News
Be sure to check out this month's news for information related to current and upcoming courses, application information for the master's program, student teaching and graduation, a job opportunity and more!
09/26/2018
Dr. Purushottama Bilimoria to Give Annual Gandhi Lecture on Monday, October 1
Dr. Purushottama Bilimoria will be on campus to give the annual Mahatma Gandhi birthday lecture on Monday, October 1, 2018 at 5:30-7:00pm in 318 Kreger Hall.
09/25/2018
An African Nation in Poverty Provides Important Perspectives on Public Health
student-highfive-gambia3x2.pngEmily Krile is a Miami University sophomore studying kinesiology and family science. She, along with a group of students, recently returned from studying abroad in The Gambia, where they learned how healthcare is delivered in a developing country.
09/25/2018
The Miami University Department of Teacher Education Launches Partnership with Middletown City Schools.
middletown-schools3x2.pngThe Miami University Teacher Education Department has launched a formal partnership with Middletown City Schools.
09/20/2018
Karleah Harris, Visiting Assistant FSW Professor, Announced as MUASSA Grant Winner
karleah-harris-edited3x2.pngKarleah Harris, Visiting Assistant FSW Professor, has been announced as a Miami University Academic Support and Advising Association (MUASSA) Grant Winner.
09/19/2018
Skilled Cross-Sector Collaborators Can Help Schools Succeed
joel-malin-3-3x2.pngHow cross-sector collaborators enabled one urban school district to create and maintain a sprawling and successful “college and career readiness” reform by building career academies that partnered a dozen high schools with the local business community, higher education entities, non-profits, and civic organizations.