05/23/2018
Graduate Student Lauren Forrest: Predicting Self-Injurious Behavior
Lauren Forrest is currently a graduate student in clinical psychology at Miami University and the recipient of the dissertation scholar award. She is researching suicidal and nonsuicidal self-injurious behaviors.
05/23/2018
Graduate Student Anne Kalomiris: Discovering a Solution to Decrease Children’s Anxiety
Anne Kalomiris is currently a clinical psychology graduate student at Miami University and the recipient of the NRSA award. She is researching how anxiety emerges in children, and is focusing on the parenting behaviors that might lead to an increased and decreased risk for anxiety.
05/23/2018
Psychology Faculty from India visiting Miami as a part of a Collaborative Effort
Miami University and Christ University psychology departments on collaborative efforts.
05/23/2018
For Notable School Psychologist, Mental Health Matters Now More than Ever
Jeff Lyman is a school psychologist who works with third, fourth, and fifth graders at Oak Hills Local Schools in Cincinnati. He is also a graduate of Miami University’s department of educational psychology, and he’s just been named among WCPO-TV’s Next 9: Top 9 Leaders in Education, which honors the “rising stars” who are changing the lives of students across the region.
05/22/2018
Brandon Brooks delivers Miami commencement speech
NBC Philadelphia.com, May 21 and The Eagles Wire.usatoday.com, May 22 (subscription may be required)
05/22/2018
Rachel Yoho on climate change and text books
Clean Technica.com, May 21 (subscription may be required)
05/22/2018
Norman Miller op-ed on import tariffs
China Daily.com, May 22 (subscription may be required)
05/22/2018
Administrative Deliberative Bodies
This policy defines the administrative and deliberative bodies of the University including the Cabinet, Council of Deans and the University Promotion and Tenure Committee.
05/22/2018
Faculty Assembly
This policy defines the role, membership and leadership of Faculty Assembly as approved by the Board of Trustees.