11/04/2019
Brukel Released on Steam
Bob De Schutter, Miami University C. Michael Armstrong professor of applied game design, is the lead designer on an award-winning new digital game called Brukel, which explores the life of a World War II survivor. Brukel is now available on Steam.
11/04/2019
International student referees water polo match
Leilei Wang came to the United States in May, stepping off the plane into an unknown place where he has trouble communicating. At Miami University, though, he’s found comfort in the familiar — water polo.
11/01/2019
New book looks at ISIS and its savvy use of media
Miami University's Rosemary Pennington warns that savvy use of media by the Islamic State group ISIS could sustain its terrorist network despite the recent reported killing of its leader.
11/01/2019
Miami to offer portfolio review in Detroit area this weekend
Miami University will have representatives at the National Portfolio Day event in Detroit Michigan this Sunday, November 3rd.
11/01/2019
November SEOH News
Our November news includes information regarding spring course registration, career services including a current Intervention Specialist opening, December graduation deadlines, and information about a campus guest speaker.
11/01/2019
Janus Forum excites with lively debate between Barbara Boxer and Scott Walker
On October 16, former senator Barbara Boxer (D-California) and former governor Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) debated on the Armstrong Student Center’s Wilks Theater stage about "The Trump Presidency: Successes and Failures."
11/01/2019
Campus Series Hits 100,000 Mark
In October 2000 Miami University Middletown introduced a new series of arts events aimed at young audiences -Fantastic Free Fridays.
11/01/2019
Travel brings history to life for MUDEC student
Heidi Hetterscheidt loved her time at MUDEC because it allowed her to experience her studies firsthand. She had such a good experience that she knew she had to find a way back to Europe someday.
11/01/2019
Miami Podcasts Featured at the 2019 PoD Discovery(s) Event
Reframe and Major Insight Featured at the 2019 PoD Discovery(s) Event