Miami University to host annual Ohio professional and student conference on aging
On April 4-5, 2019 the Ohio Association of Gerontology and Education (OAGE), in conjunction with Miami University, is hosting the 43rd Annual Ohio Professional and Student Conference on Aging.
Opening Minds through Art (OMA) for medical school and health sciences students
As our population ages, an increasing majority of physicians’ clients are older adults. Developing person-centered values and skills to communicate with older adults will benefit physicians of all specialties and their patients.
Miami Students Selected to Attend Inaugural Diversity and Inclusion Event for Major League Baseball
Recently, a group of Miami University kinesiology and health students took part in MLB’s inaugural Take the Field event – a pioneering initiative designed to increase opportunities for women to work in baseball
RedHawk Launch Accelerator announces new class of student-created businesses
A program that helps students with business ideas get them off the ground has announced its latest cohort.
Student Spotlight: Abigail Karr
Junior Abigail Karr aims to break down the structural barriers that separate art from the people, making the arts accessible to a wide audience and building platforms to elevate marginalized voices.
A tribute to a visionary leader
The world lost a pioneer in social gerontology when Bob Atchley, professor emeritus of sociology and anthropology and former director of Miami University’s Scripps Gerontology Center, passed away this past November. Colleagues and former students around the country will miss him, and will always remember him for his impact on the field of social gerontology in general and at Miami University in particular.
Preferences for Everyday Living Inventory (PELI) project partners with Ohio nursing homes to improve residents' quality of life
Preferences for Activity and Leisure (PAL) Cards improve quality of care by communicating nursing home resident important preferences with care team members.
The Confucius Institute hosts Lunar New Year Gala
The Confucius Institute hosted its annual Lunar New Year Gala with three famous Chinese musicians and performances from student clubs.
A look back at Miami over 210 years
Dayton Daily News.com, Feb. 15 (subscription may be required)