01/15/2021
2020 election and recent social unrest focus of virtual town hall at Miami University
Miami University will host a virtual public town hall discussion entitled "Democracy Under Pressure: A Discussion of Recent Events" at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, January 27.
01/15/2021
Call for Papers | Sport, Animals, & Ethics
We are inviting papers focused on ethical issues related to the involvement of animals in the context of sport, recreation, or leisure. We welcome a wide spectrum of submissions; e.g., from direct use such as hunting animals to indirect involvement; e.g., the environmental/animal impact on golf courses. 
01/14/2021
Looking ahead into 2021: What's on the horizon at Miami?
As Miami University prepares for the start of spring semester on Jan. 25, here’s a look at headlines that highlight some of the efforts already underway or on the horizon in 2021.
01/14/2021
Message on the political unrest across the nation
From Anthony James, Interim Vice President of Institutional Diversity and Inclusion
01/14/2021
Myaamia Center's National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages receives NEH grant
The Myaamia Center's National Breath of Life Archival Institute for Indigenous Languages was recently awarded a $349,442 National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) grant.
01/14/2021
Miami to erect statue in honor of basketball icon Wayne Embry (Miami '58)
"The pride I have as a Miami of Ohio alumnus is deep and I am genuinely grateful and touched to have the enduring honor," said Embry, A statue capturing his likeness and signature hook shot will become the first honoring an African American alumnus at Miami University.
01/14/2021
Reframe: Episode 80
In this episode, we discuss Dr. Leah Wasburn-Moses’ new book, Student Teaching: Past, Present, and Future, and the implications it has for education reform.
01/14/2021
Kinshuk Tella Internship Award
Junior geology major recipient of 2021 internship with General Atomics Aeronautical Systems
01/14/2021
New article by Dr. Jason E. Lane
If You Want to be a Creative Leader, Cultivating Curiosity is a Good Start