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05/01/2019
May SEOH News
May is a busy month for students in the Special Education Online Hybrid program. Our spring courses wrap up on May 18, and the summer semester begins 3 days later on May 21! Read the news to get the details about student teaching registration, master's program course offerings and more.
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.
03/01/2019
March SEOH News
Check out this month's news for notes about March's live session, information regarding an upcoming campus lecture event, an exciting announcement of a brand new student teaching scholarship, preparation for the spring teacher job fair and gaining assurances for completing literacy coursework.
02/04/2019
Miami rated among Best Value Colleges by Princeton Review
Biz Journals.com, Jan. 1 and One News Page.com, Feb. 1 (subscription may be required)
02/01/2019
February SEOH News
This month's news includes dates for upcoming teacher education career workshops as well as info for spring financial aid. And for those students intending to graduate this spring, don't forget to submit your applications. We look forward to February 23 when we'll see students enrolled in our final winter term this month!
01/09/2019
In Memoriam: Peter M. Magolda
Peter M. Magolda, professor emeritus of student affairs in higher education, died Wednesday, Jan. 2. He joined Miami University’s faculty in 1994.
01/01/2019
January SEOH News
Happy New Year! January's news include information about spring registration, our attendance policy and a required workshop to participate in this spring's Teacher Education Job Fair.
11/30/2018
December SEOH News
The December news includes information regarding winter and spring registration, winter graduation and 2019-2020 student teaching.