Miami University has been named one of the Best Colleges for Future Leaders in a recently released list from TIME magazine.
TIME teamed with Statista, a leading international provider of market and consumer data and rankings, to analyze the resumes of 2,000 top leaders in the United States – from politicians to CEOs, Nobel Prize winners, and more. From there, a list of the top 100 colleges shaping U.S. leaders was formed.
Miami is No. 35 overall on the list, No. 14 among public schools, and the top-ranked university in Ohio. Three Ohio institutions were named, with Ohio State University at No. 42 and Case Western Reserve University at No. 91.
"Miami continues to empower our students to become national and global leaders," Miami University President Gregory Crawford said. "To be recognized by TIME as a top institution in shaping future leaders is indicative of the excellence of our teacher-scholars and the value of a Miami education."
To determine this inaugural list, TIME and Statista analyzed data that spanned a broad range of industries and fields to identify organizations in the U.S. that excel in nurturing highly influential leaders.