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#MoveInMiami features an array efforts from the College of Education, Health, and Society

A complete list of 2023 #MoveInMiami activities that will help support EHS

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#MoveInMiami features an array efforts from the College of Education, Health, and Society

#MoveInMiami is Miami Universities annual day of giving. It is a way Miamians collectively make a difference for students and the university. This year, the goal is to honor the incoming Class of 2027 with 2,027 gifts in 20 hours and 27 minutes on Thursday, August 24.

Here’s a list of 2023 #MoveInMiami activities that will help support the College of Education, Health, and Society (EHS).

Breaking Down Barriers: Social Work Licensure/Certification
Funds raised will be used to support our family science and social work students and programs. We want to break down the financial barriers to becoming a licensed social worker (LSW), a certified family life educator (CFLE), and a certified chemical dependency counselor assistant (CDCA)

Child Life Specialist Student Support
Funds will be used to support our undergraduate and graduate child life specialist certificate students and programs by:

• Helping to cover living expenses during internships
• Maintaining course pre-approval (awarded by the Association of Child Life Professionals)
• Building community and providing professional development opportunities for child life students
• Fostering mentoring relationships with child life specialists working in the field

Internal Condoms for Sexual Wellness Support at Miami
This project is a collaborative effort between the Dennis L. Carlson Sexuality Education Studies Center (SESC) and University Libraries DEI Committee. Funding to continue and expand upon our work through SESC of providing menstrual and sexual wellness supplies for the Miami community.

Miami University Council for Teachers of Mathematics (MUCTM)
Annually, MUCTM aims to send members to the Ohio & National Council of Teachers of Mathematics professional conferences. Donations allow us as an organization to send students to these conferences, which provide us with great networking opportunities with classroom teachers, administrators, educational coaches and other preservice teachers. With your investment, Miami students have the opportunity to learn from other professionals as we grow into future math teachers.

Nutrition and Dietetics
Funds raised will be used to update the Food Science Lab and nutrition education supplies, including cookware and equipment that are more sustainable. They will also be used for text resources and RD exam study materials for dietetic interns in the combined masters and dietetic internship program.

SLAM Study Abroad Scholarships
Help increase opportunities and study abroad experiences for underserved and underrepresented SLAM students by helping them attend the annual New Zealand study abroad program. Funds will be used to assist need-based and/or underrepresented students to attend the study abroad program. 

TEACh Cincinnati
Great opportunities require great schools. Great schools demand great teachers. TEACh Cincinnati is a new and diverse teacher pipeline in response to the widening teacher shortage. The fund will be a resource to support the needs of the pipeline that are not yet fully realized or already supported through other financial commitments. This would include transportation costs, experiential learning opportunities, research, and more. 

Urban Cohort
Urban Cohort students committed to working alongside community members are in need of transportation to be IN the community. Being immersed within the community is a critical component of the program. Seeking funds to ensure our students have the means to be back IN community by gaining transportation to and from Cincinnati and having access to support for hosting community dialogue and engagement. Miami Urban Cohort students gain a greater awareness of how to do the work of justice.