Athletic Training Students Win OATA Quiz Bowl
oata-students180x120.jpgA team of three athletic training students recently won the Ohio Athletic Trainers' Association (OATA) Quiz Bowl.
Melissa Thomasson on mental health coverage
NBC News.com, Jan. 22
Why Educational Policy is Broken. And the Voices of those Who Can Help.
licking-valley-elementary-2-180x120.jpgScenarios that are indicative of the growing disconnect between the policy makers who design the laws and the educators who must follow them. An EHS professor and 3 local superintendents, who are also EDL doctoral students, explain why educational policy is broken and discusses ways to improve the system.
CAS Dean Chris Makaroff selected to participate in prestigious Department of Defense program
Chris Makaroff, dean of the College of Arts and Science and professor of chemistry, was chosen among a select group from around the country to engage with senior military officials and private sector business and community executives for the Secretary of Defense's Joint Civilian Orientation Conference (JCOC) this April
Alumni Spotlight: Josh Hodges '11
josh-hodges-200x200.jpgJosh Hodges had a long path to owning a law firm, and Miami Regionals has played a big part in his journey ever since he applied in 2005.
Tech Resolutions for the New Year
newyear-thumb.jpgResolutions can be difficult. We simplified yours.
Melissa Thomasson on patient population decline and hospital costs
4-traders.com, Jan. 21 (subscription may be required)
Cathy Bishop-Clark on Hamilton community
Journal-News.com, Jan. 20 (subscription may be required)